Art and Auction Magazine
by Judd Tully

After a Gambling Indictment, Is It Business As Usual? In April, 34 people were charged with illegal gambling activity in Read more…

Blouin Artinfo
by Judd Tully

NEW YORK — In a dud of an evening sale and that was especially disappointing in its role as a Read more…

The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

Fed by a trove of art-rich estates, Christie’s and Sotheby’s start the auction season stuffed with high-priced offerings. Over the Read more…

The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

In a stinging blow to art market expectations for a recovery, Sotheby’s tonight registered its highest rate of unsold works Read more…

The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

For 60 years, its whereabouts were unknown, its very existence in doubt. But last November, “The Marriage of Pierrette,” Pablo Read more…

The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

Self-Portrait From 1905 to Be Auctioned A spectacular Picasso bistro painting from 1905, showing the brooding 25-year-old artist in a Read more…

The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

Pablo Picasso’s haunting double portrait in watercolor, “Acrobat and Young Harlequin,” sold at Christie’s London showroom last night for a Read more…

The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

NEW YORK— During his life-time, Pablo Picasso filled 175 sketchbooks, recording in meticulous detail a vast encyclopedia of images and Read more…