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OpenSkies flies From New York to Paris Non-Stop

Non-stop OpenSkies flight from NY to Paris

Fly in style with OpenSkies. From 31 March 2013 OpenSkies started a new daily route between JFK New York and Orly Paris. You can choose between three cabins: Biz Bed offers a completely flat bed for a good night’s sleep, Prem Plus which offers leather seats in a 2 x 2 configuration and Eco, an […]

Unique Gelatin Silver Prints Highlight at Christie’s London Sale of Photographs

PETER BEARD (B. 1938) - Marsabit's last remaining large Tusker

Group of 14 unique gelatin silver prints, including oversized works by Peter Beard, largely commissioned by and for photography collector Anne Igou in 1997, owner of the Hotel Nord Pinus in Arles will be highlight at Christie’s London sale of Photographs on 15 May, 2013. Elephant reaching for the last branch on a tree ‘End- […]

Maserati Lounge Chair By Zanotta

The only thing cooler than a Maserati seat is a Maserati seat in your house

Maserati and Zanotta presented the Maserati Lounge Chair by Zanotta. It is a unique, exclusive design shown at the fair in Milan, as a result of cooperation of the two best designers in the world. The chair was designed by Marco Tencon in the Centro Stile Maserati, and limited edition created Ludovica and Roberto Palomba. […]

$30 Million Bay Psalm Book Could be World’s Most Expensive

The Bay Psalm Book

A copy of the Bay Psalm Book from 1640 believed to be the first book ever printed in the U.S. goes under the hammer at a Sotheby’s auction on Nov. 26 in New York, where expected to fetch $30 million and become world’s most expensive book. “It’s going to be far and away the most […]

Gustave Courbet’s Nu Couche Leading at Sotheby’s 19th Century European Art Sale

Jean Beraud's Leaving Montmartre Cemetery

Some of the rare masterworks by Gustave Courbet, Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida, Jean Beraud, William Bouguereau, Jean-Leon Gerome will be offered at Sotheby’s bi-annual 19th Century European Art sale on 9 May 2013. Highlights of the sale will be Gustave Courbet’s Nu Couche, a previously unrecorded nude from 1866 (the same year he painted the […]

Paintings of Jackson Pollock and Roy Lichtenstein at Christie’s

Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) Number 19, 1948 Oil and enamel on paper laid down on canvas

On 15 May 2013, Christie’s will offer two masterpieces, Roy Lichtenstein’s Woman with Flowered Hat and Jackson Pollock’s masterwork Number 19, at the Evening Sale of Post-War & Contemporary Art. Jackson Pollock’s Number 19, 1948 (estimate: $25,000,000-$35,000,000), was created during the artist’s most important period, 1947-1950. Using silver, black, and white, accented by vibrant notes of red […]

$250,000 For Life on the Private Caribbean Island

Ian Usher's Caribbean Island for Sale

In 2008, after his marriage fell apart, a heartbroken Ian Usher auctioned off his whole life on eBay. For £192,000, he sold his car, his motorbike and his house, with everything in it. Last year, he has found a new one life, complete with a new love and his very own Caribbean island. Now, this […]