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A WORLD RECORD FOR MAGRITTE BUT MITIGATED RESULTS AT SOTHEBY'S
Despite five artist records set and a 315.4 million USD total, Sotheby's sale of Impressionist and Modern art was not as successful as expected since Marsden Hartley's Pre-War Pageant (1913), estimated at about 30 million did not reach the 24 million reserve price, which seemed exaggerated in view of the fact that the artist's record set at Christie's in 2008 for « Lighthouse » (1915) only stood at 6.3 million.
NOT A GREAT NIGHT FOR CHRISTIE'S
Christie's expected a 305 million USD turnover for its Impressionist and Modern art evening sale held on November 11 in New York but had to be content with 279.3 million because of surprisingly unsold pieces.
SURREALIST ART EXHIBITION IN COIMBRA
Coimbra House Culture in Portugal will inaugurate the largest International art surrealist exhibition on November 17f 2018 with 112 of the world leading artists from 48 countries due to participate.
CHRISTIE'S FIAC WEEK AUCTIONS ACHIEVE ALMOST 43 MILLION EUROS
Christie's FIAC Week auctions in Paris were concluded on Thursday 18 October with a total of €42,983,625, the second highest figure for this marquee week. The highlight of this week was Picasso's 1922 Guitare, bouteille et compotier which reached an impressive €3,982,500 while world auction records were set for 2 artists including for Belgian artist Pierre Alechinsky whose Mur d'oiseaux sold for €1,387,500, nearly four times its presale estimate.
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