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Christmas in New York City
New York City reaches an intensity during the holiday season that can be felt by visitors and locals alike. Holiday decorations adorn office building lobbies and facades, while department stores ...
December 16, 2018
Piece of Eiffel Tower Staircase Sells for 169,000 Euros in Paris Auction
PARIS—A piece of the original spiral staircase from the Eiffel Tower, Paris’s most famous attraction, was sold for ...
November 28, 2018
Marie Antoinette Pearl Pendant Sells for Record $32 Million
GENEVA—A large, drop-shaped natural pearl pendant sold for a hammer price of $32 million at an auction of ...
November 14, 2018
The Associated Press
Portraits for Purpose: An Artist in New York Gives Back
NEW YORK—As the saying goes, "If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere." For visual ...
November 14, 2018
Artist Mario A. Robinson’s Love of Real Life
NEW YORK—How could it be possible to convey the poetry, the depth, the sweat, the soulful interpretation of life ...
September 25, 2018
Paris Painters Threaten to Fold Up Easels Over Creeping Cafes
For decades the artists of Montmartre have dazzled sightseers with their rapidly delivered portraits, paintings of Parisian scenes, ...
August 13, 2018
Witnessing ‘The Magic of Handwriting’
NEW YORK—We might form certain notions in our minds about famous people from the way they have been ...
July 4, 2018
High-Value Artwork ‘On Paper’
NEW YORK—Drawings communicate the inner world of the artist perhaps more intimately than any other medium. From the ...
May 8, 2018
French Museum Discovers Disturbing Truth About Its Collection
A museum in the South of France that is dedicated to the work of Etienne Terrus, a close ...
May 1, 2018
The Allegory of ‘Folly Driving the Chariot of Love’
NEW YORK—All we need is love, the saying goes, but what happens when the reins of love are ...
January 18, 2018
Art Nouveau Decorative Arts Dealer Macklowe Gallery Moves to Midtown
NEW YORK—For collectors, the thrill of finding an item that completes their collection or makes it even more ...
January 7, 2018
Discussion: ‘Traditional Versus Contemporary Perspectives in the Art World’
NEW YORK—Three high-profile artists, each with their distinct style and approach to painting representationally—Jacob Collins, Alex Kanevsky, and ...
December 21, 2017
The Historic Reappearance and Disappearance of Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Salvator Mundi’
NEW YORK—In the realm of the art market, the discovery and sale of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi” ...
December 1, 2017
Man Sold Da Vinci Painting for $60—It Just Sold for $450 Million at Auction
When Sir Francis Cook sold the painting in 1958, he thought he was selling a work by a ...
November 17, 2017
Nostalgia Not Enough to Save Vinyl
Each year on April 22, Record Store Day gives us a chance to momentarily celebrate the once-mighty king ...
May 5, 2017
‘Riverdale’ oversteps boundaries better left alone
Archie Andrews is sleeping with Miss Grundy. For those familiar with the original comic, this may take a moment ...
March 15, 2017
Preserving the Legacy of the Luthiers
NEW YORK—Thinking about investing in a Stradivarius or a Guarneri del Gesù? Well, sound is the very last ...
February 23, 2017
Porcelain’s Origins: Arita’s 400-Year Legacy
Porcelain has a long history. The earliest wares—not quite in the form we know today—date back to 1600 B.C., ...
February 9, 2017
Christie’s, Patek Philippe Celebrate 40 Years of Nautilus
This year will mark 40 years of Patek Philippe's Nautilus, and from October through December, Christie's has curated a ...
October 27, 2016
The Economic Side-Effects of Our Obsession With Innovation in American Art
A decade after an asking price of $12 million was set for a 2-ton stuffed shark dubbed art, ...
August 24, 2016
Banksy Gifts Elementary School Mural After They Name School House After Him
Bridge Farm Primary—an elementary school in Bristol, England, was in the process of renaming four school houses. They decided ...
June 6, 2016
Toronto Comicon 2016
Another Toronto Comicon has come and gone this past weekend showcasing popular movies, tv shows, comic books and more. ...
March 21, 2016
Epoch Times Staff
Anticipation Building Up to Asia Week New York Auction Sales
As Asia Week New York 2016 (AWNY) begins, dealers, buyers, and Asian art lovers have started converging on New York, ...
March 8, 2016
Chinese Art Main Drawing Card for Chinese Buyers During Asia Week
Over 20 individual galleries featuring Chinese art will participate in Asia Week New York 2016 (AWNY) under the auspices ...
March 1, 2016
A Love of Ivory Endangered by Excessive Anti-Poaching Laws
Bob Weisblut owned a company specializing in burglar alarms and closed-circuit surveillance. Serendipity stirred his interest in ivory.
February 25, 2016
John Christopher Fine
Japanese Artists Explore Cultural Legacy, Memory, and Tragedy During Asia Week New York 2016
NEW YORK—Asia Week New York kicks off March 10, where exhibitors will showcase the rarest and finest examples of painting, sculpture, bronzes, ...
February 21, 2016
Digital Tools Reveal New Details in Old Prints
NEW YORK—There aren't many galleries selling prints anymore in New York City. Times have changed, people's habits of ...
January 29, 2016
Former Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond Arrested
Jayme Closs Will Get the $25,000 Reward for Rescuing Herself
Clinton Campaign Relied on Former Spy’s Web of Connections to Frame Trump
Canada’s Ambassador to China Slammed for Offering Legal Arguments in Defence of Arrested Huawei Exec
, Epoch Times
‘Smart Wall’ Is Backbone of Border Security System, CBP Official Says
At Least 10 Australians Imprisoned in China’s ‘Re-Education’ Camp
Dems’ 15-Seat House Gain in Midwest and Pa. Points to Tough 2020 for Trump, GOP
Police: 5 People Shot Dead Inside Florida SunTrust Bank, Suspect Arrested
Trump Delays State of the Union Address Until Shutdown Ends
Federal Lawsuit Challenges SEC’s Lifetime Gag Order Policy