Tag Archives: Christie’s


Features The 200 Top Collectors
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The 2007 Top 10 Collectors

‘The Offer-You-Can’t-Refuse Market’ Read More


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Are You Looking at Prices or Art?

Experts discuss how market appreciation is affecting art appreciation. Read More


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Gold Rush

Until a few decades ago, Gustav Klimt was relatively ignored by the art establishment. Now his paintings are among the most expensive ever sold. How did the Viennese painter’s prices rise so high so fast?. Read More


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Christie’s and Sotheby’s: On the Champagne Trail

In their competition for clients, the top auction houses resort to wining, dining, hand-holding, house calls, appraisals, loans, guarantees, single-work catalogues, and providing employment for consignors’ children. Read More


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Smaller Houses Can Win Big

Although Christie’s and Sotheby’s dominate the international auction market, smaller auction houses around the world also vie aggressively to win property for their sales, going after primarily lower-end and middle-market material that sells for under $1 million, and often for considerably less. Read More


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Marilynmania

From photographs and Warhol paintings to the dress she wore to serenade JFK, objects associated with Marilyn Monroe are in high demand. Read More


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Collecting in Cyberspace

The online art market is growing as auction houses and dealers rush to establish a presence on the Web. How have their investments paid off so far—and what do they hope to achieve in the future? Read More