Art & Collectibles
A Rare Collection of Shakespeare Folios Is on Sale for $10.5 Million
The 17th-century works will be accompanied by a first collected edition of Shakespeare’s Poems.
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Phillips Plans to ‘Shake Up the Sale Calendar’ With More Auctions in Hong Kong
The auctioneer will begin staging more events at its new headquarters in West Kowloon.
Aboriginal Art Is Booming in Australia. Inside the Galleries and Museums Spotlighting First Nation Works.
Sydney Modern Project’s Yiribana Gallery is part of the surge spotlighting talents like Daniel Walbidi and Daniel Boyd.
Katsushika Hokusai’s Iconic ‘Great Wave’ Print Fetches a Record $2.8 Million at Auction
The woodblock print, circa 1831, was expected to fetch between $500,000 and $700,000.
This Ultra-Rare Ancient Gold Coin, Made to Mark Julius Caesar’s Death, Was Just Returned to Greece
The Eid Mar was repatriated this week along with 28 other ancient artifacts looted from the country.
A Closer Look at the Tiffany & Co. Trophy Japan Won at the World Baseball Classic
Originally forged in 2005, the grail was recently updated with a 24-karat gold overlay.
Ai Weiwei Used 650,000 Legos to Create a Massive Ode to Monet’s Most Famous Painting
Comprising 650,000 toy bricks, ‘Water Lillies #1’ is the largest Lego artwork he has ever created.
A Jackson Pollock Painting Discovered During a Police Raid in Bulgaria May Be Worth $54 Million
A preliminary examination suggests it is an original uncatalogued work by the American artist from 1949.
More Than 1,000 Artifacts in the Met’s Collection Are Linked to Art Trafficking, a New Report Finds
Of the 1,109 relics in question, 309 are currently on display.