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    Three Picasso’s Paintings First Time In The Same Place Since 1932

    At the exhibitions in Paris and London, will be Pablo Picasso’s three acts painted in 1932 within a few days, but which have not been shown together for almost a hundred years. “Nude, Green Leaves and Bust,” ”Nude in a Black Armchair” and “The Mirror” depict the artist’s lover Marie-Therese Walter. The paintings are held […] More

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    New World Auction Record – Picasso’s Canvas Sold for $179 Million

    Pablo Picasso’s canvas from 1955 was recently sold at Christie’s auction in New York for a record $179,365,000. “Les femmes d’Alger (Version “O”)” painting by abstract artist thus sets a new bar for the contemporary art market. The seller, who bought the painting privately for an undisclosed amount, remains anonymous. The painting was last sold […] More

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    $290 Million Pablo Picasso’s Artwork on Sale

    Marina Picasso, the granddaughter of Pablo Picasso, has decided to sell her grandfather’s artworks from her personal collection, with total worth of $290 million. The offering includes at least seven of Picasso’s work, as well as her grandfather’s villa in Cannes. Pablo lived in the villa, called “La Californie,” with his second wife Jacqueline Roque, […] More

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    Historic work by Robert Delaunay Leading at Sotheby’s Modern Art Sale in Paris

    This fall’s calendar is packed with interesting contemporary art auctions. Sotheby’s Modern Art sale in Paris on December 4 is replete with major works by leading 20th century masters. A rare, masterly painting by Robert Delaunay, with explosive colours and monumental format, is appearing at auction for the first time and promises to be the […] More

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    Monet’s “Water Lilies” Sold for $27 Million at Christie’s

    Claude Monet painting depicting water lilies that belonged to the late reclusive philanthropist Huguette Clark sold for $27 million at Christie’s auction in New York on Tuesday. The 1907 painting, titled “Nympheas,” was sold to an unidentified private buyer from Asia in the season-opening auction of impressionist and modern art. The painting, part of Clark’s […] More

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    Pablo Picasso’s Important Ceramics on Sale at Sotheby’s London

    Sotheby’s London is offering “Important Ceramics by Pablo Picasso” on May 7, featuring 170 lots of Picasso ceramics ranging in estimates from £400 ($670) to £60,000 ($100,000). The sale includes plates, vases, jugs, bowls and tiles designed by Picasso, depicting a range of classical and mythical forms alongside portraits of animals and people, as well […] More

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    Win a $1 Million Picasso for €100 in First-ever Tombola

    If you’re lucky enough, you could win Pablo Picasso masterpiece valued $1 million for just €100 ($135). The artist’s “L’homme au Gubus” (The Man with the Opera Hat), will be offered at the first-of-its-kind tombola on December 18 at Sotheby’s in Paris. The UNESCO-registered charity has issued 50,000 tickets at €100 hoping to raise $5 […] More

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    Rare Works by German Expressionists at Christie’s sale of Modern and Contemporary Prints

    Rare and unique works by some of the most fascinating printmakers will be offered at Christie’s sale of Modern and Contemporary Prints, at King Street on Wednesday, 18 September 2013. Among 203 lots at auction, collectors could find prints by Erich Heckel, Edvard Munch, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol and Giorgio Morandi. Christie’s expected to realise […] More

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    Rare Works by Monet, Mondrian and Picasso Leading at Sotheby’s London Summer Auction Season

    Exceptionally rare and important works by Monet, Mondrian and Picasso will be the highlight of upcoming Sotheby’s Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale. Unique view of Venice by Claude Monet, Le Palais Contarini from 1908, is the top lot of the London summer auction season. Estimated to fetch a £15-20 million ($23-31 million), this artwork […] More

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    Wassily Kandinsky’s Studie zu Improvisation 3,1909 Highlight Christie’s Sale in London

    Wassily Kandinsky’s expressionist masterpiece “Studie zu Improvisation 3, 1909” will be the highlight at the London Impressionist and Modern art sale held by Christie’s next month. Russian painter’s artwork which vibrantly depicts a knight on horseback is expected to fetch as much as £16 million ($24.19 million). This painting provides international collectors with a very […] More

  • Pablo Picasso’s ‘Golden Muse’ Sold for $45 Million at Sotheby’s

    Pablo Picasso’s Marie-Thérèse Walter, Femme assise près d’une fenêtre Sold for $45 Million at Sotheby’s

    Nearly as expected, Pablo Picasso’s ‘Golden Muse’ has been sold for £28.6 million ($45 million) at an Impressionist and Modern Art auction at Sotheby’s London on February 5. The estimated price was $56.2 million. Despite this, one of Picasso’s most iconic portraits, originally created on 30th October 1932, devoted to his lover Marie-Therese Walter was […] More

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    Pablo Picasso’s ‘Golden Muse’ at Sotheby’s for $56 Million

    One of Picasso’s most iconic portraits, originally created on 30th October 1932, which is actually part of a series that first introduced his loving mistress and golden muse, Marie-Thérèse Walter, will be offered at Sotheby’s as part of an Impressionist and Modern Art sale next month in London. With a price estimate of whopping $56.2 […] More

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