Norman Rockwell Painting Disappears From Storage
Norman Rockwell’s “Sport” bought for over $1 million at Sotheby’s, NYC, auction earlier this year has gone missing. The work had been placed in storage at Welpak Art Moving and Storage in Queens, NY. The storage facility claims to have … More…
Painting of the Day (SOLD archives) – Edouard Cortes’s “Place de Clichy”
Place de Clichy. This one is now winging its way to a new home … a really nice painting by Edouard Cortes (1882-1969).
Chinese Buying Frenzy Results in $540 Mln Auction Record
Chinese Buying Frenzy Helps Sotheby’s to $540 Mln Record – it appears that the Chinese market is in full swing and the action is as hot as ever. Some of the prices paid are just mind boggling. $30.5M for a … More…
Jewish Dealers’ Heirs Claim Treasure Bought by Goering
Jewish Dealers’ Heirs Claim Treasure Bought by Goering – this will be an interesting case to follow as it is one of the more valuable restitution cases so far … more than $200M.
More From The Show — A Few EXTRA Walls
The jeweler across from us – Hollis Reh (no relation) – offered their walls … so we have a number of works in prime locations along the isles and inside their booth — Tony South, James N. Hollingsworth, Julie Bell, … More…
Our Booth — Almost Finished
Here are some photos of our booth at the Avenue Show just before we left for the day.
The Avenue Show — Setting Up
Here are few photos at the beginning of the set-up.
Painting of the Day (just hitting the SOLD archives) – Justin Wood’s “Beer and Peanuts”
Beer and Peanuts. Here is one that found a new home at the Affordable Art Fair … a great Justin Wood!
Miró found at art handlers
Miro’s 1975 “Guadí XIX” has finally been discovered after disappearing three years ago from the Kubo-Kuto Gallery exhibition. The missing work was not reported to police until August 2013 and was quickly recovered. The Miro was found in the office of Balears Art … More…