Tag Archives: Milton Esterow

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Features

The Top 10 Photo Collectors

David Dechman New York WEALTH MANAGEMENT 20th century Randi and Bob Fisher San Francisco APPAREL (GAP, INC.) 20th century; contemporary Sondra Gilman and Celso Gonzalez-Falla New York INHERITANCE; REAL-ESTATE DEVELOPMENT 20th century; contemporary Daniel Greenberg and Susan Steinhauser Los Angeles … Read More

The Finding of Moses, 1904, was sold last November for $35.9 million. At one time the painting was considered less valuable than its frame.
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From ‘Riches to Rags to Riches’

Victorian painter Lawrence Alma-Tadema is back in style. Read More

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New Orleans Holds Off on Degas Show

The New Orleans Museum of Art has decided to postpone an exhibition of 74 controversial bronze sculptures cast from “recently discovered” plasters said to have been made by Edgar Degas. The show was scheduled to open at the museum in … Read More

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Features

Rebounding

The top ten collectors on our list. Read More

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Archived Reviews Books

How to Catch an Art Thief

A former FBI agent takes readers along on the hunt for stolen masterpieces. Read More

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Archived Reviews Books

What Made Castelli Run

A new biography paints a well-rounded portrait of legendary dealer Leo Castelli. Read More

Investigations

A Crime Waiting to Happen

Two of the world's top art-theft sleuths discuss the heist from the Museum of Modern Art in Paris. Read More

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Investigations

Why It’s a Michelangelo

A painting in the Metropolitan long attributed to the circle of Francesco Granacci is really by Michelangelo— according to experts who cite underdrawings, imagery, and aspects of the artist's own biography as clues. Read More

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Canary Sings about Caravaggio

A Mafia informer says a stolen painting can never be recovered—but not everyone believes him. Read More

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Investigations

The Real Thing?

A fingerprint has intensified the debate about the origin of a mysterious drawing sold at auction for $21,850. Experts don't agree whether it's a 19th–century German work or a genuine Leonardo worth $150 million. Read More

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The Many Faces of George Washington

Chinese copies of Gilbert Stuart’s portrait of America’s first president were denounced by the artist, desired by collectors—and ended up in some important museums. Read More

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The 2009 ARTnews 200 Top Collectors

Our 2009 list of the world’s top collectors Read More

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Features

‘A Different Ball Game’

The top ten collectors on our list. Read More

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Investigations

Inside the Gardner Case

After two decades of tips, leads, hunches, forensic tests, psychic visions, and jailhouse confessions, the biggest art heist in history is still unsolved. Read More