Created in 1986 and stashed away for decades by an owner who didn't know what she had, a Keith Haring original emerges at auction at EJ’s Auction & Appraisal. The whimsical and vibrant work could be worth nearly $1 million.
Sculptor Edmonia Lewis beat odds and shattered expectations.
With its dreamy images and diverse cast of anthropomorphic characters, Grandville created a world like no others and his work was a major precursor to the Surrealist movement.
Monet’s impact on modern art is tremendous and the artist continues to define both the public’s appreciation of it and the perception of beauty in its purest form.
Various pieces of early and seldom-seen jewelry by master jewelry designer Georg Jensen changed hands at auction June 9-11, through Rago Arts & Auction Center.
Set on 36 acres of picturesque rolling countryside, the Norman Rockwell Museum houses the largest collection of original Rockwell art in the world.
Complimentary antique appraisals (for entertainment purposes only) from the Antique Trader staff of appraisers is a service reserved exclusively for Antique Trader magazine subscribers. But that doesn't mean you can't learn from recent appraisals.
Two rediscovered marble busts by the 18th century French sculptor Jean-Antoine Houdon sold for a combined $1.475 million at the Fine Art & Antiques Auction held March 23 by Cottone Auctions.
Heritage Auctions will make its expansive offerings of fine & decorative art more accessible than ever before when the firm launches monthly Fine Art auctions in the summer of 2019.
One Ruby Lane shop I come back to time and again is Allie's Antiques. The seldom-found items are usually in excellent condition and give me a serious case of "the wants."
Complimentary antique appraisals from the Antique Trader staff of appraisers is a service reserved exclusively for Antique Trader magazine subscribers. In this installment: "Lady" lamps and cut glass candy dishes.
The runaway top lot of a December auction was Across the Continent, a Currier & Ives (New York, 1868) lithograph print depicting the changing landscape of the mid nineteenth-century American frontier.
Now through Wednesday, May 8, Thomaston Place Auction Galleries presents “Collectors’ Choice,” an online only auction offering rare and collectible objects.
In his latest round of antiques appraisals for Antique Trader magazine subscribers, Dr. George Marchelos evaluates a brass footed vase and a group of silver hallmarked flatware.
Andrew Jones Auctions' Jan. 20 sale featured over 500 lots of furnishings and decor, including fine art, antiques, modern design, Asian works of art, estate jewelry, fine silver and Greek, Etruscan and Roman antiquities.