25 min ago | Wall Street Journal
New York financier Leon Black is the mystery buyer of a $47.9 million Raphael drawing auctioned by Sotheby's London last December, but British authorities are blocking his attempts to export the drawing to keep it in the country.
1 hr ago | The Huffington Post
The experimental crooner is part of an upcoming Bonhams auction where a painting he collaborated on with the artist Stanley Donwood is set to be sold for a good cause.
5 hrs ago | Bloomberg
"Le Palais Contarini," a 1908 oil-on-canvas by Claude Monet. Painted by the French Impressionist artist during a three-month visit to Venice in 1908, it sold in a 71-lot auction of Impressionist and modern artworks at Sotheby's in London on June 19. The price was 19.7 million pounds .
7 hrs ago | 6 ABC
In this undated photo released by Sotheby's and Julien's, Cher poses for a photograph.
8 hrs ago | Barron's
Last Monday, the team over at InsiderScore updated us on the state of the world of insider transactions and the news was pretty status quo: insiders are still selling more than they are buying right now.
13 hrs ago | MainStreetNews.com
Two fast-food chains are about to begin construction of new restaurants in Winder.
17 hrs ago | New York Post
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Zurich's auction houses are attracting a growing number of international buyers for Swiss art, reflected in higher prices for artists including Ferdinand Hodler, Albert Anker and the Giacometti family.
Paintings and sculptures of what may be the most iconic scene in the history of art - the crucifixion of Jesus - are no longer commanding the auction prices they once did.
Initiated in 1990 and revisited throughout Gursky's career, this seminal series is not just iconic, but represents a technical and conceptual watershed.
Collection, sold by the artist to fund his Aids Charity, was originally believed to consist of 50,000 items.
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Shares of Copart traded up 1.77% during mid-day trading on Monday, hitting $31.64.
New York construction magnate Frank J. Sciame Jr., whose plans for an upscale subdivision on Foxboro Point here a year ago drew controversy, has put the Dutch-style windmill on the market for $1,925,000.
Leading international auctioneers Christie's and Sotheby's were once again vying with each other to offer the works of Indian contemporary masters this summer.