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ARTFIXdaily News Feed - Monday, September 8, 2014
Picasso's Le Sauvetage sold for $31.5 million, double the price achieved for it a decade ago, at Sotheby's on May 7, 2014.
Getting a Read on Art Indices
With big chunks of data missing, can buyers rely on artist price structures from art indices to inform purchases?
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Tiffany Studios Bronze and Favrile Glass Twelve-Light Pond Lily Lamp, First quarter of the 20th century, height 21 inches.  From the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.  Estimate: $20,000-30,000
Doyle New York to Auction Objects by Louis Comfort Tiffany Deaccessioned from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
A collection of objects by Louis Comfort Tiffany deaccessioned from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston will highlight Doyle New York’s Belle Epoque auction on September 23 at 10am. The ...
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Glassmaker Lino Tagliapietra Celebrates 80 Years: A Legend Attends SOFA Chicago Art Fair
Celebrating his 80th birthday this August, Lino Tagliapietra is perhaps the foremost artist in the world presently working with glass, exhibiting in the most prestigious museums ...
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Lino Tagliapietra, Fenice Installation, 2014.
Page from Henry David Throeau's Walden, 1854.
Thoreau and Walden Pond re-imagined in 'Walden, revisited' exhibition at deCordova Museum
DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, in Lincoln, Mass., will present Walden, revisited, an exhibition highlighting works by contemporary artists who explore the deep influences of author ...
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Ed Ruscha, Rusty Signs, Cash For Tools I, 2014
Mixografia Workshop Debuts Ed Ruscha “RUSTY SIGNS” Print Series at The International Fine Print Dealers Association Print Fair November 6-9, 2014
The Mixografia Workshop, the renowned downtown Los-Angeles based print workshop, will debut RUSTY SIGNS, Ed Ruscha’s new series of prints at the IFPDA Print Fair, which opens to the ...
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Penelope Gottlieb at Heather James
Penelope Gottlieb Paintings on View at Heather James Fine Art in Jackson, WY
Penelope Gottlieb’s paintings use John James Audobon’s nature prints as a discourse on the commoditization of the natural world in the 19th century. Painting over preexisting Audubon ...
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The Palace of the Queen of Voluptuousness by Maurice Denis (1870-1943)
Thousands upon thousands of people saw how magnificent the outside of Harewood House (near Leeds, UK)  looked at Le Grand Départ of the Tour de France in July. Now people have the chance ...
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