Thousands of patriotic World War I posters will cross the auction block at Guernsey’s July 8-9. The extensive collection of posters, thought to be the largest of its kind, was amassed by the late Col. Edward H. McCrahon.
Several pieces of Southern Contemporary and British Post-War art amassed by a respected New Orleans collector headed to market Oct. 10-12.
In the latest Ten Things You Didn't Know column we explore the life of the late Ansel Adams, considered by many to be the pioneer of modern nature photography. April 22, 2014 marks the 30th anniversary of his death.
If you own any piece of artwork that means something to you, you know how challenging, potentially costly and possibly frightening it is to tackle the task of packing, shipping or even storing your art. The team at Art-Guard offers their solution to this age-old dilemma with its impact resistant and airtight system, for...
Highlighting Bonhams $2.1 million Oct. 22 fine art prints auction was Andy Warhol’s Sandro Botticelli, Birth of Venus, 1482, from Details of Renaissance Paintings, 1984.
On November 22-24, Guernsey Auctioneers will conduct the second of three vintage poster auctions of the legendary Dr. Hans Sachs poster collection.
Garth’s Auctioneers & Appraisers of Delaware, Ohio, has announced the addition of specialist Shane David Hall. Formerly of The Historic Charleston Foundation, Hall’s immersion in the world of art, architecture and decorative arts brought him to Garth’s in October 2012.
The prosperous World War II postwar era created a veritable "poster boom" that had two new and distinct Modern styles, one consumer and one corporate.
1stdibs (www.1stdibs.com), an online global marketplace for rare and desirable objects, announces its purchase of Online Galleries, the prestigious U.K.-owned online services provider to the arts and antiques trade.
Think about the 1980s and among the first images that will come to mind for many of us are the illustrations of Patrick Nagel. The hard-edged geometry of his female subjects practically shout “Duran Duran!”