Mary Manion, Arts Market columnist for Antique Trader, examines the subject of fine art prints, including definition of types of prints and current state of the market. A market that some say is driven by collectors.
A 12th century Chinese fresco featuring a Bodhisattva is among the headliners of Gianguan Auctions' Dec. 9 sale.
Finishing at five times its high estimate, a carved wooden figure of a bodhisattva in the lotus position dating to 17th century China, rose to $60,000 to lead all lots in A.B. Levy's recent Jewelry, Art, Antiques & Asian Works of Art Auction.
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Turner Auctions + Appraisals is presenting more than 240 lots of fine Japanese woodblock prints and Asian decorative arts at auction. The Sunday, Oct. 8, sale begins at 10:30 a.m. PDT. Eclectic Representation of Woodblock Prints The online auction features works from the 1800s and 1900s....
The art of ukiyo-e (Asian woodblock prints) is generating fascination within the auction market. The positive response to the unique work of one master of this genre, Paul Jacoulet, during a recent auction is reflective.
An Asian jade belt hook undercut with a kui dragon and a set of Tibetan prayer beads are two of more than 200 lots featured in Turner Auctions + Appraisals' July 8 Arts of Asia online auction.
Don Presley Auctions is paying tribute to late founder, Don Presley, with a May 21 "Mighty Fine May Antique, Art Deco & Porcelain" auction.
A 48-inch tall Chinese temple vase, once owned by noted American philanthropist Morris Ketchum Jesup, may rise to top lot status at auction April 23.
72 pieces of Copeland Spode China represents one of 550 lots in the online-only auction Thomaston Place Auction Galleries is presenting March 29.