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by Judd Tully

Ed Dolman, without doubt, the most seasoned and successful auction executive in the business, is stepping down from his high Read more…

The Art Newspaper
by Judd Tully

– Half of it was pre-sold through guarantees The sale was led by a classic 1932 Picasso of Marie-Thérèse at Read more…

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by Judd Tully

The art market showed off considerable strength on Tuesday (March 23) during Christie’s marathon, 3 ½ hour live-streamed auction in Read more…

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by Judd Tully

Powered in part by a ravishing Vincent van Gogh portrait on paper and a Sir Winston Churchill Moroccan cityscape, Christie’s Read more…

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by Judd Tully

In a mighty wind-up of the fall live-stream auction calendar, Phillips New York turned in a stellar performance on December Read more…

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by Judd Tully

The so-called hybrid digital live stream model of art auctions invented out of necessity from the Covid pandemic, soldiers on Read more…

Artnews
by Judd Tully

Collectors’ Reversals of Fortune Can Mean a Payday for Auction Houses—or Spell Disaster Forced sales of fine art resulting from Read more…

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by Judd Tully

Led by an elegiac Cy Twombly abstraction from the 1960’s and a custom-framed Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton from circa 67 million Read more…

Robb Report
by Judd Tully

Revenue figures from the major houses show an uptick in earnings in 2017. Against a sullen February backdrop of sinking Read more…

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by Judd Tully

Powered by a trio of paintings that each fetched in excess of £20 million, Christie’s Impressionist and Modern evening sale Read more…