DALLAS — One of just two surviving movie posters for the 1931 horror classic Dracula set a world record for the most valuable movie poster ever sold at auction when it brought $525,800. Read Full Article.
NEW ORLEANS, LA. — A Chinese/Tibetan “gem”-embellished parcel‑gilt bronze figure of Amitayus set a record price for a bronze Amitayus sold outside of China at Neal Auction Company’s Louis. Read Full Article.
THOMASTON, ME. – Cataloged as the work of Gilbert Stuart (1755-1828), an unsigned oil on canvas portrait of a gentleman, handsome and elegantly attired, turned heads at Thomaston Place Auction Ga. Read Full Article.
REPAUPO, N.J. — A pair of Émile Picault bronzes and their pedestals found the top of the block at S&S Auction’s November 19 sale. The 37-inch high bronzes, featuring a male and female Egyp. Read Full Article.
PHILADELPHIA, PENN. — Freeman’s American furniture, folk and decorative arts auction on November 15 was led by an American School Nineteenth Century double portrait: “Granville and Ella Jane . Read Full Article.
NEW YORK CITY — Leonardo da Vinci’s 500-year old mystical masterpiece “Salvator Mundi” claimed a place in auction history on November 15, selling for $450,312,500 and setting a new auction . Read Full Article.
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. – A new traveling exhibition of some of the best contemporary Native American artworks of the past 25 years, “Native Art Now!” recently opened at the Eiteljorg Museum of Ameri. Read Full Article.
BEDFORD, N.Y. – True to form, Butterscotch Auctioneers & Appraisers laid out an early harvest table groaning with a diverse selection of delectable fine art and antiques for its November 5 au. Read Full Article.
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