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A stunning, intimate portrait by Baroque master Peter Paul Rubens is set to make waves at auction this week.
Sotheby’s new approach to live auctions in the age of coronavirus was a success last week, offering hope to investors across the art market.
A rare personal correspondence written by Post-Impressionist greats Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin is shedding light on their friendship and lives.
Rembrandt van Rijn is one of history's most prolific painters of self-portraits, and as a result, we have an uncommonly intimate window into his life.
While art sales have been taking place online for years, for auction houses, closing in-person sales and viewings is still a leap into the unknown. Sotheby’s London tested the waters this week with their Contemporary Curated auction, and hopefully, the success of their sale is an indication of a still vital market.
In New York on March 5, Sotheby’s will offer Georgia O'Keeffe's diminutive painting, estimated at $300,000-500,000, alongside more than one hundred works of art and personal effects from the collection of artist Juan Hamilton.

Setting a new world record for the artist, one of Art Deco’s most prominent artists, Tamara de Lempicka, lead Christie’s recent Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale on February 5. Portrait de Marjorie Ferry sold for $21,164,000, marking the first time a female artist has lead an Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale.

Other notable sales include George Grosz’s Gefährliche Straße (Dangerous Road) of 1918, a frightening vision of Berlin at the outbreak of World War I, which set a record for the artist at $12,662,325. 

January brings Americana Week to New York, including a slate of auctions that focus on a range of all-American antiques. Three strong results at Sotheby’s stand out.
A work from a titan of American self-taught art could set a new auction record for the artist.
An elderly Frenchwoman had the surprise of her life when she recently found out that a humble religious icon hanging in her kitchen was worth millions of dollars.