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    October 16, 2017

    The Berkshire Museum’s decision to sell some of its most valuable assets (40 works of art) is still a hot topic.  Since the sales are scheduled to be held in November, there isn’t much time for the Attorney General to … More…

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    COMMENTS ON THE ART MARKET

    The Art Market In the old days, the art market would cool down for the summer ... take a well needed rest; not anymore. The auction action continued through the month of June (though it was nice to see that one of the Big Boys decided to scale down their calendar ... no London Co
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    What If?

    October 13, 2017

    I do love these “what if” stories that compare the art market and stock market.  Here are some of my – what ifs? What if I bought an Andy Warhol in the early 60s for $1,000?  What if I bought … More…

    Next month the Rybolovlev saga will continue … now he is going to sell his Leonardo da Vinci … a painting be bought just a few years ago for $127.5M.  This time around, the auction room has pegged the price at … More…

    Christie’s had high hopes for their Francis Bacon Study of Red Pope (1962), expecting it to make at least £60M/$78M.  Well, nobody wanted to take the plunge and create a new record price for a single piece by the artist — … More…

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