Articles in Art & Collectibles

Few art galleries can claim a continuous history under the same name for nearly two centuries. Yet...
Ceramics and calligraphy—considered Japan’s most significant art mediums—traditionally have been...
Courtesy Mitchell-Innes & Nash
Anthony Caro’s Pearl wasn’t plucked from an oyster. He sculpted it from brass and bronze in 2011,...
On June 8 and 9, Beverly Hills–based celebrity and entertainment auction house Julien’s Auctions,...
Perry Rubenstein is inaugurating his Los Angeles gallery with a spectacular presentation—Helmut...
From May 4 to June 16, Paul Kasmin Gallery in Manhattan will showcase more than 30 inventive,...
Photo by Christie’s Images LTD.
Each May in New York, the art world holds its equivalent of the World Series: The Impressionist and...
Andrew Jackson demonstrated that he was indeed "a man of the people"—and not another member of the...
A 1920 New York Yankees Babe Ruth road jersey—said to be the earliest existing Ruth game top—is...
When an exceptionally rare camera commands a record-setting sum, the sale usually takes place...
Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images
An unshakable desire to possess what divine providence or the dictates of overzealous lawmakers...
The late Theodore J. Forstmann’s art collection—featuring 56 major works by the most influential...
The Hong Kong International Art Fair started strong in 2008 and never lost momentum. Its fifth...
Photo by Cathy Carver © 2012 Stephen Flavin/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; courtesy of David Zwirner, New York.
Blue-chip contemporary art galleries often choose to sit out the debut edition of a new art fair,...
Photo courtesy of Sotheby's
Two important pieces of artwork that were thought to have been missing for decades have suddenly...
From April 13 to 15, more than 200 book dealers from around the world will flock to the New York...
With a modest two-paned window display framed by a dark blue facade, the Map House (www.themaphouse...
Photo by Stephen Coan
First-time patrons of Bauman Rare Books (www.baumanrarebooks.com) in New York City will discover...
Photo by Jean-Pierre Lescourret/Corbis
Ideally, a home—whether modest or magnificent—not only shelters the human body from the elements,...
Swiss watchmaker Ulysse Nardin, which first found success in the mid-1800s manufacturing marine...

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