Author Archives: Alyssa Rehs
February 25, 2018
They say you learn something new every day … well, today I learned that Mr. Chow was an influential figure in the art world. Even artists need to eat! Source: How Mr Chow became an art world mecca – CNN … More…
February 19, 2018
It is great to see how science can help further research in the art world. Nicola Davis’s recent article in The Guardian covers the non-invasive imaging techniques used to uncover a landscape painting underneath Pablo Picasso’s La Misereuse Accroupie (The Crouching Beggar) … More…
February 17, 2018
Kevin Lewis’ article for WJLA states that: A man [Roy Shyreef Garrett] hired to help with an estate sale at a $5 million Potomac residence is accused of walking off with two Frederic Remington sculptures valued at $138,500. So here … More…
February 16, 2018
It is February, and Sotheby’s presented it second edition of Erotic: Passion & Desire – last year’s sale did fairly well and we knew they would try to capitalize on the success. Of course, they were kind enough to included … More…
February 15, 2018
One of the world’s leading researchers and investigators of the illegal ivory trade was found dead in his Nairobi home. Originally believed to be a failed burglary, Esmond Bradley Martin’s involvement with the ban of ivory trades has raised questions … More…
February 14, 2018
Back in 2016 (after a long running battle), the Austrian Supreme Court ordered the city of Linz to pay €8.24 million ($8.96 million) plus interest to the heirs of a local collector for losing a drawing by Gustav Klimt and three … More…
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