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Dutch golden age painting worth up to $5m discovered at Blue Mountains property
A 400-year-old “one in a million” Dutch painting worth up to $5m was found at a property in the New South Wales Blue Mountains in Australia.
After decades in private hands, a Monet painting heads under the hammer at Christie's
Nearly a century after his death, Claude Monet continues to captivate the art market, his paintings often fetching staggering sums at auction. Christie's no doubt hopes that ‘La Mare, effet de neige’ will be no exception when it goes under the hammer in New York in May.
Iranian children shine at Japan painting contest
Three Iranians from the Institute for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults were awarded at the Kao Int’l Environment Painting Contest for Children in Japan.
A rare Picasso exhibition underway in Senegal’s capital
An unprecedented Picasso exhibition is underway in Senegal’s capital Dakar, where about a dozen of the Spanish master’s works are displayed alongside African art, from which he drew inspiration.
Painting credited to Rembrandt pupil confirmed as work of Dutch master himself
A landscape painting considered to have been the work of a Rembrandt pupil was confirmed as having been executed by the Dutch master himself.
Warhol, Picasso for sale after billionaire couple's divorce
Artworks by Pablo Picasso, Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol and other modern masters are going up for auction in a sale ordered by a US court as part of a billionaire couple’s acrimonious divorce.
Picasso painting that Jaime Botín tried to smuggle out of Spain heads to Reina Sofía in Madrid
A $27 million Picasso painting that landed collector Jaime Botín in legal trouble is now on view at the Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid. Titled, ‘Head of a Young Woman’ (1906), the painting became the subject of scrutiny when Botín, the scion of the family that founded the Santander Bank, attempted to smuggle it out of Spain.
Art historian discovers that £65 painting on his wall is work of Flemish master
As a leading art historian, Christopher Wright has uncovered several old master paintings in public and private collections over five decades. Now he has discovered that a copy of a painting by Sir Anthony van Dyck, which he bought for himself for £65 in 1970, may actually be an original by the 17th-century Flemish court painter to King Charles I.
Crypto tycoons help drive global art market to record levels in 2021
The global art market performed at record levels in 2021, with billions of dollars being paid for works by impressionist, postwar and contemporary artists, and much of it bought by people whose wealth comes from cryptocurrencies or other technologies.
Rare Jean-Michel Basquiat painting sells for $40m at auction
A massive Jean-Michel Basquiat painting sold for $40 million at auction including fees, ranking among the priciest pieces by the late artist.

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