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.
A late 19th century natural Burmese spinel necklace is among the headliners of a two-session jewelry auction set for Dec. 5.
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.
A hand-decorated dowry chest dating to the 18th century, hailing from Pennsylvania, is expected to lead the variety of furniture lots in Thomaston Place Auction Galleries' Nov. 17-19 auction.
Oct. 25 marks the day pioneering artist Pablo Picasso was born. Antoinette Rahn takes a look at five instances of Picasso's influence on present day art.
Examples of American West sculptures and art by revered artisans including Charles Russell and Eanger Irving Couse, as well Native American art and pottery, including examples by Margaret Tafoya will come to auction Nov. 5-6.
Turner Auction + Appraisal will bring to auction Oct. 22 a unique collection of academic artwork representing various mediums.
Bidders participating in Heritage Auctions' Nov. 3 American Art auction will have the opportunity to own an early work by Norman Rockwell, which possesses a unique history.