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Christie’s Announces Expansion of Fine Art Storage Services to New York, Singapore (5/5/10)
Ask A WorthologistNEW YORK – Leading global art business Christie’s has announced the opening of two new highly-secure storage facilities in New … More >>

Mid-Century Modern Sculpted Bronze Paul Evans Dining Suite Leads Austin Auction (5/5/10)
This Paul Evans (American, 1931-1987) 10-piece sculpted bronze dining suite, made in 1970 featuring Stalagmite glass-top dining table, set of eight dining chairs with purple micro-suede seats and backrest; sideboard with two slate tablets and bi-fold doors concealing interior shelves. Signed “PE 70.” Offered as three lots, total selling price: $59,225. Image courtesy of Austin Auction.AUSTIN, Texas – Austin Auction Gallery chalked up a solid $260,000 total with its April 18, 2010 Important Spring Estates … More >>

Pieces from Two Prestigious Folk Art Collections to Go on the Block (4/27/10)
This oil on canvas by Mattie Lou OBUFORD, Ga. – A two-day sale featuring more than 1,000 lots by self-taught artists featuring Southern folk pottery, outsider art, … More >>

Weekly News Roundup: April 26-30 (4/26/10)
Art, antiques and collectibles headlines include a profitable Earth Day auction, a very profitable Victoria Cross auction and a treasure … More >>

WorthPoint Teams with Colnect to Help Members Catalogue Their Collections (4/26/10)
WorthPoint—the place to help you discover your hidden wealth—has teamed up with, the place to help you organize, catalogue … More >>

Auction Report: Handel Leaded & Reverse Painted Lamp Illuminates Woody Auction (4/26/10)
This 25-inch marked Handel lamp with Egyptian design was the top-selling item in the single-owner lifetime collection of Dale Gabel, held Apr. 9-10, 2010, at the St. Charles Convention Center in St. Charles, Mo., gaveling down for $16,000.ST. CHARLES, Mo. – An outstanding marked, 25-inch Handel leaded and reverse painted lamp with an Egyptian design and large … More >>

Auction Report: Circa 1860 Firefighters’ Handtub & Pumper Brings $99,000 (4/26/10)
Hunnemann haThis FiremenANN ARBOR, Mich. – A firemen’s Hunnemann hand-drawn handtub with pumper, built in 1860 and beautifully restored after a barn … More >>

Rare 1890 Munch Masterpiece to Highlight Christie’s Impressionist and Modern Art Sale (4/25/10)
 “Fertility,” one of the most important works by Edvard Munch remaining in private hands is the cover lot for Evening Sale of Impressionist and Modern Art, slated for May 4, 2010 and expected to bring between $25 and $35 million.NEW YORK – One of the most important works by Edvard Munch remaining in private hands—“Fertility”—is the cover lot for … More >>

Weekly News Roundup: April 19-23 (4/22/10)
In art, antiques and collectibles news, we find a pair of pricey jade elephants, the 1790 census and fakes, fakes … More >>

Christie’s Russian Art Sale Offers Pieces from 18th to 21st Centuries (4/20/10)
This silver and enameled Imperial presentation charger by Sazikov, presented by the Nobility of Smolensk to Emperor Alexander III and Empress Maria Feodorovna in their coronation year of 1883, is expected to sell for between $400,000 and $600,000 at a sale of Russan art hosted by Christie’s on April 23, 2010.NEW YORK – Christie’s Russian Art sale, slated for April 23, 2010 in Manhattan comprises an extensive representation of the … More >>

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