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Beautiful 1830s Greek Revival Home & Contents Numbering 1,000 Antiques to be Sold (6/1/10)
The Historic Trowbridge-Thoms House in Litchfield, Conn., plus hundreds of antiques, will be sold June 5, 2010. LITCHFIELD, Conn. – The beautiful circa 1830 Greek Revival-style home known locally as the Historic Trowbridge-Thoms House belonging … More >>

Frida Kahlo’s ‘Survivor’ Astonishes, Realizes 10 Times Estimate at $1.2 Million (5/27/10)
Survivor,” by Frida Kahlo, earned 10 times it low estimate, making it the star of the Latin American Art Sales hosted by Christie’s on May 26-27. 2010. Having not been exhibited since 1938, when it was the Julien Levy Gallery in Kahlo’s very first solo show, it sold for $1,178,500.NEW YORK – A small painting measuring just 6 5/8 by 4¾ inches—a work by Frida Kahlo titled “Survivor”—earned 10 times it … More >>

Auction Report: Korean Artist Kim Heung Sou Paintings Pace Litchfield County Auction (5/25/10)
This oil on canvas painting by Korean artist Kim Heung Sou was the top-selling item at the Apr. 14-28 Internet and catalog auction held by Litchfield County Auctions. The piece, titled “Head of a Young Girl Amid Triangular Shapes,” sold for $43,200.LITCHFIELD, Conn. – A pair of oil on canvas paintings by the prolific and gifted Korean artist Kim Heung Sou … More >>

20th Century Fine & Contemporary Art Up for Bid at Baterbys Orlando (5/25/10)
Original oil on canvas by the artist known simply as Ferjo, titled “PicassoORLANDO, Fla. – More than 300 original and reprographic works of art by some of the most prominent names in … More >>

Powell & Stutenroth ‘Favorite Bitters’ to Lead Week-Long American Bottle Auctions Sale (5/24/10)
The expected top lot of American Bottle Auctions’ Internet and catalog online sale, to be held from May 24 to June 1, 2010, is this “Favorite Bitters” Powell & Stutenroth bottle, 9.7. the bottle has a minimum bid of $10,000.SACRAMENTO, Calif. – A little more than 300 rare and vintage bottles, most of them dating to the mid to … More >>

Rare Roman Marble Relief of Emperor Tiberius to Lead Christie’s Auction of Antiquities (5/24/10)
This rare Roman marble relief depicting the Emperor Tiberius will be offered at auction on June 10, 2010 during Christie’s Antiquities Sale.NEW YORK – A selection of more than 150 lots of Roman marbles, Greek helmets and vases, and Egyptian art—including … More >>

Auction Report: Jasper Johns’ ‘Flag’ Flies to Record $28.6 Million (5/19/10)
Jasper Johns’ “Flag,” sold for $28,642,500 million—a record for the artist at auction—in a sale of the late author Michael Crichton’s collection, facilitated by Christie’s on May 11, 2010.NEW YORK – The quality, scope and innovative vision of the late author Michael Crichton’s collection of contemporary art compelled … More >>

Auction Report: Rare 1782 American Bible has the Last Word, Earning $79,000 (5/19/10)
The cover of “The Holy Bible” printed by Robert Aitken was detached, but its condition did not deter a rare book dealer from buying the 1782 volume for $78,975 at the April 13, 2010 sale facilitated by William Bunch Auctions.CHADDS FORD, Pa. – A Bible printed in Philadelphia by Robert Aitken during the American Revolution—with its cover detached—looked much … More >>

Weekly News Roundup: May 17-May 21 (5/18/10)
In art, antiques and collectibles news is a slinky number worn by Marilyn, some high-priced jade and Old Masters drawings. From … More >>

Auction Report: Monumental P. Mallard Rosewood Plantation Bed Brings $40,000 (5/17/10)
This Rosewood rococo three-quarter plantation bed by P. Mallard highlighted the sale of contents from the Bella Vida mansion in Aberdeen, Miss., garnering $40,320.ABERDEEN, Miss. – A massive and beautiful rosewood rococo three-quarter tester plantation bed, crafted around 1850 by P. Mallard, soared … More >>

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