AUSTIN TEXAS — Lark Mason Associates’ auction of Asian, ancient and ethnographic works of art that concluded April 22 had 642 sold lots with more than 3,700 bids, resulting in . Read Full Article.
DALLAS, TEXAS — The Dallas Museum of Art has acquired the Rose-Asenbaum Collection, a group of over 700 pieces of modern studio jewelry created by more than 150 artists from Eu. Read Full Article.
SAN FRANCISCO —William Wendt’s renowned oil painting, “The Old Coast Road,” circa 1916, achieved $1,565,000, more than doubling its $600,000 high estimate and setting a new. Read Full Article.
OAKLAND, CALIF. — It’s not much of a surprise that an Asian artwork has dominated a Clars auction again yet the piece itself surprised some when it crossed the block during the. Read Full Article.
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