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Call for events listings: ARTFIXdaily's fall calendar debuts Sept.  1.

Full-swing into Fall Events: Promote your news on ARTFIXDaily

Posted: August 20, 2009 16:32 Last Updated: | ArtfixDaily Staff

ARTFIXdaily is compiling a comprehensive Fall 2009-Winter 2010 Events Calendar of international exhibitions, auctions, and shows. Museums, galleries, auction houses, historic sites, art fairs, artists, and art institutions are invited to send calendar listings for inclusion. Simply send us the event title, date, location, contact name, phone number or e-mail, an image, and URL. E-mail your Arts Event to info@artfixdaily.com. Art world professionals may also contribute press releases to our ArtWire marketing service. E-mail the press release as a Word doc along with up to three images...


Copley Fine Art Auctions' press release, event, and blog ranked among the most popular content with ARTIFXdaily readers.

Summer Hit List: What's Popular on ARTFIXdaily

Posted: August 14, 2009 16:06 Last Updated: | ArtfixDaily Staff

The most viewed blogs, events, and news releases running on the BETA version of ARTFIXdaily, from June 1 to August 15, 2009, featured intruiging lawsuits, exciting decoy auctions, and noteworthy contemporary artists. Top three blog posts: 1. Brooke Astor's Favorite Painting at Heart of Trial 2. Elmer Crowell Decoys Star on Cable News 3. Shock 'n' Awe; Chris Jordan's Green Theme Mega-Art Most popular events: 1. Susan Van Campen: Watercolors exhibition at Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York 2. Copley Fine Art Auctions' The Sporting Sale 2009 3. Art-40-Basel, the i...


Canvasback Pair by John “Daddy” Holly (1819-1892) or James T.  Holly (1855-1935), Havre de Grace, MD, c.  1885 ($155,250)

Records tumble at Copley’s 2009 $4.16 million Sporting Sale

Posted: August 07, 2009 09:41 Last Updated: | Stephen B. O'Brien Jr.

On July 15 and 16, Copley Fine Art Auctions held its annual sporting sale in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The 2009 auction shot over its $3.5 million low estimate settling in at $4.16 million, making it the most successful in the company’s history. In this landmark sale, 23 of the 25 highest estimated lots sold. Commenting on the auction, Copley Chairman Stephen B. O’Brien Jr. said, “To be up thirty percent from last year’s totals in this economy is a testament to the hard work of our entire staff, and the trust that our clients place in us. We make every effort to deliver a pleasurable experi...


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