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The 2014 French budget, passed few days ago, made no concessions to art and the art market.
Here is an overview of taxation that awaits you whether it is sales, capital gains or inheritance.» Read more
Auctions of October were a great success in old masters and modern paintings. Low estimates that have been sprayed or realistic estimates in the light of market have been exceeded.
Back on two sales one in St. Cloud and the other in Orléans that are perfect examples of this trend.» Read more
After 40 years of absence, Georges Braque is finally celebrated in Paris
To mark the 50th anniversary of his death and for four months, the
Grand Palais ambitious retrospective of the artist who transformed
painting of the twentieth century with its innovative vision of landscape
and still life.» Read more
Saturday 12th October, SVV Philocale, assisted by the Cabinet
d’expertise Authenticité for fine furniture and works of art, will auction
antique paintings, modern and contemporary furniture and objets d'art
from the 17th, 18th and 19th century and books and ancient weapons.» Read more
On 5 December, the auction house Bonhams in London will sell a unique fantasy portrait executed by Jean-Honore Fragonard for the benefit of UNICEF.» Read more
Zao Wou-Ki, one of the greatest French-Chinese painters of the second half of the twentieth century, died a few weeks ago at the age of 92.» Read more
King of the auctions, Felix Ziem remains a relatively unknown artist to
the public. He knew a quick notoriety and unusual fact: one of his
paintings enters in the Louvre during his lifetime.» Read more
For just over a month, all the specialists and curators in old masters
questioned the paternity of a painting sold by Sotheby's Olympia
(London) in December 2006. The debate focuses on the author of the
painting and therefore its value: £50,000 or £10 million.» Read more
Whether to sell, or insure your old or modern paintings, objects or furniture it is necessary to know the value at a given time to avoid disappointment.» Read more
Painter recognized by fans and collectors of paintings, but unknown to the general public, Eugène Boudin (1824-1898) captivates and enchants with his seaside skies.
Let’s focus in this artist and his influence on some big names of Impressionism.» Read more