Authenticity Doubts Still Linger Over The Most Expensive Painting Ever Sold At Auction
February 20, 2019
There are still many who doubt the authenticity of Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi. Matthew Landrus, a research fellow at Oxford University’s Wolfson College, believes it was painted by Bernardino Luini, one of da Vinci’s studio assistants. Now we have conflicting … More…
COMMENTS ON THE ART MARKET
Palm Beach & Naples Shows February is here, and it is time for us to head for some sunny (and hopefully warm) weather. The Palm Beach Show opens on February 14th and will run through February 21st. We will then transition over to the west coast of Florida for the Naples ShoRead More...
February 18, 2019
Don Bacigalupi is stepping down as president of the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art. While the museum searches for his replacement, John W. McCarter, Jr. will assume the role. Lucas’s museum, a $1 billion project, is scheduled to open in … More…
February 15, 2019
New York art dealer Mary Boone, was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison for filing false tax returns. According to The NY Times article, “…Ms. Boone had reported false business losses, used business funds to pay for more than … More…
February 7, 2019
Natasha Gural’s coverage, on Forbes.com, of our discovery of a rare winter skating scene by the 19th-century Dutch artist Hendrik van de Sande Bakhuyzen (1795 – 1860). Included is a brief biography of the artist that discusses the Bakhyzen and Van … More…
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