Painting of the Day (NEW & AVAILABLE) Erika Baez’s “Jax”
A new piece by Erika Baez hitting the market, Jax.
Only in America, or maybe not? By Howard Rehs
Only in America, or maybe not? By Howard Rehs – I was recently asked if I would contribute to the Art, Antiques and Luxury Design Blog … so here is my first post: some of my favorite questions and comments we … More…
Painting of the Day (SOLD archives) – Herbert W. Weekes’ “Backyard Gossip”
Backyard Gossip. Here is a cute little British Victorian painting by Herbert W. Weekes that the gallery sold back in the 1980s.
Swatch’s Harry Winston Buys Diamond for $26.7 Million
Swatch’s Harry Winston Buys Diamond for $26.7 Million -and it isn’t just art that is attracting ‘the money’.
Basquiat, Pollock Lead Christie’s $495 Million Record
Basquiat, Pollock Lead Christie’s $495 Million Record – here is a little more on last night’s record breaking auction … the results were off the charts.
More on Tonight’s Sale – Holy Moly!
It was an amazing display of people spending money — and a lot different from last night’s session at Sotheby’s. Here, Christie’s blew the doors off the competition. By lot 50 they were up to $377M — and I will … More…
AND Tonight’s Contemporary Sale
The madness continues .. Basquiat makes $43.5M ($25-$35M); Pollock make $52M (est. $25-$35M); Guston make $23M (est. $8-$12M); de Kooning hits $17M (est. $12-$16M); Lichtenstein hits $50M (est. on request). Of the first 39 lots 2 were bought in and … More…
Why Can’t We Take Pictures in Art Museums?
Everyone, smile on 3…1 ,2… “Uhh, excuse me, no pictures please.” I think we are all sick of hearing that when we want to document our adventures through the most epic collections of art as we visit world renowned museums. … More…
Painting of the Day (AVAILABLE) John Stobart’s “San Francisco, The Gold Rush Harbor by Moonlight in 1851”
A very impressive work by the incredibly talented John Stobart entitled “San Francisco, The Gold Rush Harbor by Moonlight in 1851.”
Painting of the Day (SOLD archives) – Leon Perrault’s “Fairy Tales”
Fairy Tales. And one more gem by Leon Perrault that the gallery sold many years ago. This one, titled Fairy Tales, we painted in 1866.