Art & Collectibles
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.
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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.
Art Collector Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Buying a Private Island, Costume Jewelry and Making Her Own Rosé
The Turin, Italy native is one of today’s top collectors of high-end jewelry, art, and 20,000 books.
A 500-Year-Old English Farmhouse With a Banksy Mural Has Been Demolished
The dilapidated home had a mural titled ‘Morning is Broken’ on its side, featuring a young boy and his cat.
A Rare David Hockney Painting Worth Over $36,000 Was Just Discovered on ‘Antiques Roadshow’
The owner brought the unique piece on the BBC hit series in hopes that the show’s host would uncover some hidden value.
A Pair of Michael Jordan’s ‘Last Dance’ Sneakers Could Sell for a Record $4 Million Next Month
The signed shoes were worn by MJ in the 1998 Finals.
Queen Elizabeth Once Dined on These Rare Dessert Dishes. Now They Could Fetch Over $500,000 at Auction.
The porcelain plates were originally commissioned by France’s King Louis-Philippe I.
One of the World’s Most Expensive Coins Ever Sold Is a Fake
The “Eid Mar” (Ides of March) coin sold for $4.2 million in 2020 by Roma Numismatics director, Richard Beale.