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Really? This is a Leonardo?  I need to go back for some more art history lessons.  I cannot wait to see how many more people claim to have a Leonardo!  I am digging through our inventory bins right now!! Source: A … More…

After 50 years, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will be changing its admission policy.  Their current pay what you like policy does not seem to be working out, so now they will charge $25 for visitors who do not live … More…

It was just announced that the trustees of La Salle University have decided to sell off 46 works of art from their collection to help fund “teaching and learning initiatives”.  As you can guess, this has set off a firestorm … More…

I really do not know what to say about this.  It was recently reported that a teacher in Utah took a set of postcards, featuring works of art, from the school library and passed them around their elementary school classroom.  … More…

It appears that the Chinese are now becoming one of the largest acquirers of art and certain antiques (Chinese antiques that is).  There are paying record prices and spending billions upon billions.  If they keep up the current pace, 2018 … More…

Stephanie Baker and Hugo Miller give us more insight into the ongoing legal battle between Rybolovlev & Bouvier.  Now, according to Rybolovlev’s lawyers, there was another big player involved — Sotheby’s vice chairman of private sales — Samuel Valette.  It … More…

Will They Cash In?

December 21, 2017

Even though Christie’s claimed that Salvator Mundi was the last da Vinci in private hands, it appears that there are at least two, and maybe three, more: The Madonna of the Yarnwinder, which is on view at the National Galleries of Scotland; The … More…

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