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Mysteriously lost in 1944, Jack Kerouac's pencil-scrawled manuscript resurfaced in a 2002 Sotheby's catalog, having been discovered years earlier in the closet of a Columbia University dorm room.
Otto Steinert is one of the most important German avant-garde post-war photographers.
A Florida pastor's recent conviction for selling forged Damien Hirst spin paintings provided an absurdist twist to the tired art-scam narrative.
The autograph manuscript of Sergei Rachmaninov's Second Symphony in E Minor, Op.27.
Sotheby's adopted a poison pill to defend itself against an attempt by Daniel S. Loeb's Third Point hedge fund to replace three of Sotheby's directors.
The VIP event was an exclusive opportunity for selected guests to take a closer look at the exhibited art by the talented painter, Marc Dennis.
Sotheby's strong financial and operating performance under the stewardship of Sotheby's Board and management team demonstrates that -- Maintaining - and building upon - a leadership position across multiple art auction market categories, leveraging its global, enduring brand and deploying innovative strategies; -- Creating value for ALL Sotheby's ... (more)
The top sale at Sotheby's American Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture auction yesterday was "Washington and Lafayette at Mount Vernon, 1784," estimated to bring between $50,000 to $70,000 but which hauled in $305,000 instead.
Ancient paintings of fornicating Chinese couples and phalluses made of stone are among items that Dutch art collector Ferdinand Bertholet hopes will help China reconnect with its sexually charged past.
The sale includes a ruby and diamond brooch, A'Deux FleursA', 1996 , along with a pair of ruby and diamond ear clips A'Pergola RoyaleA', 1996 .
One of the world's largest yellow diamonds will go under the hammer in Geneva next month, with the Sotheby's auction house hoping to rake in up to $25 million for the gem.
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Sotheby's 1 & 2 May Prints auction will include a stunning group of six C.R.W. Nevinson drypoints from his iconic New York series of the early 1920s, formerly from the estate of Catherine Gamble Curran.