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  1. Robert Hatfield Ellsworth predicted that after he died his possessions would be disbursed in a “consecutive seven-day sale.” Ellsworth, who passed away in August at age 85, was a leading dealer and...
  2. On May 11 the auction house Christie’s hopes to brush past its previous world record for art sold at auction when Pablo Picasso’s Les Femmes d’Alger (Version “O”) goes on the block, with bidding...
  3. During his short life, the German artist Franz Marc (1880–1916) was at the cutting edge of modern art. The painter and printmaker, who died in combat during World War I, started out painting...
  4. A massive painting by the late Jean-Michel Basquiat earned a massive price at Christie’s New York on May 10, setting a new record for the artist. Untitled , a 1982 work, sold for $57.2 million,...
  5. Abstract expressionism will be a clear winner when Willem de Kooning’s Untitled XXV highlights Christie’s Evening Sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art on November 15 in New York City. The event will...
  6. As a teenager, Claude Monet picked up a paintbrush after being inspired by landscape artist Eugène Boudin. “It was as if a veil was torn from my eyes,” wrote the artist who would later become the...
  7. On December 15, Christie’s will be auctioning art pieces provided by the Edward James Foundation as part of Christie’s Classic Week in London. The evening, titled A Surreal Legacy , will comprise 200...
  8. When the Broad museum opened its doors last year in downtown Los Angeles, aesthetes from across the globe flocked to the contemporary art mecca to see a remarkable collection of more than 2,000 art...
  9. Los Angeles’s biggest and brightest new gallery proves that the day of the sterile, white-box art space is over. A visit to the 116,000-square-foot Hauser Wirth & Schimmel is like a trip to a...
  10. Home to painters, screenwriters, music producers, and thespians, Los Angeles has long been known as a city of artists—so it is fitting that global auction company Christie’s chose the City of Angels...

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