Paddle8 and Artnet
An interesting article on how an online auction house and an online auction data provider may come together to build a greater company. Paddle8 and Artnet.
Painting of the Day (SOLD archives) – William H. Yorke’s “The Duchess of Breyle”
The Duchess of Breyle. Here is a beautiful ship portrait by the 19th century British marine artist William H. Yorke that was painted in 1875. We sold this painting back in 1990.
Philadelphia Museum of Art – The Art of Golf
Philadelphia Museum of Art – The Art of Golf runs through July 7 and is centered around Scottish artist Charles Lees’ The Golfers (painted in 1847). This is the shows last stop of its tour.
Ron Wilson Museum Drawings: Artist And Professor Wows Us With Amazing Sketches
Ron Wilson Museum Drawings: Artist And Professor Wows Us With Amazing Sketches – here is one from the Academic side of the contemporary art world. Ron Wilson, a professor at Case Western Reserve University, is one talented artist — Enjoy!
Andy Warhol and His Foundation: The Questions by Richard Dorment
In 1994, 7 years after the death of Andy Warhol, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts initiated work on a multi-volume catalogue raisonne of Warhol’s art. This was thought to help “contribute to the stabilization of the market … More…
Painting of the Day (AVAILABLE) Erik Koeppel’s “Three Palms at the Ft. Pierce Inlet”
A NEW Florida landscape, Three Palms at the Ft. Pierce Inlet.
Never Seen Dali’s Head To Auction
Prominent Spanish surrealist painter, Salvador Dali, is best known for his bizarre and striking images. Over 4 decades ago, Dali was commissioned to paint a series of 14 watercolors of his famous “psychedelic plant life” works. Kept in secrecy, these works have finally surfaced and are … More…
Painting of the Day (AVAILABLE) – Antoine Blanchard’s “Notre Dame, Paris”
Notre Dame, Paris. Here is a great, early, painting by Antoine Blanchard that we currently have for sale.
Anish Kapoor in Berlin: ‘in short, Britain’s …
Anish Kapoor in Berlin: ‘in short, Britain’s … more from the amazing Contemporary art market. It is truly sad what is considered “art” today.