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Posted 10/02/09

This Week's Top Lots: September 26 - October 2

A selection of auction highlights from September 26 - October 2 including American Indian art, American paintings, furniture, and sculpture, estates, and European furniture, tapestries, ceramics, and carpets.

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Posted 09/28/09

The Connoisseur's Eye: Grueby vases

Connoisseurship of the vessels produced by the Grueby Faience Company and the Grueby Pottery has been surprisingly slow to develop over the past forty years, during which time collections, exhibitions, and scholarly publications have featured them as exemplars of the American art pottery movement.

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Posted 09/18/09

This Week's Top Lots: September 14 - 18

A selection of auction highlights from September 14 - 18 including Chinese ceramics and works of art, Japanese and Korean works of art, Southeast Asian and Indian art, South Asian modern and contemporary art, and prints.

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Posted 09/16/09

Guest Blog: Art Inconnu

Today we've invited Thomas of Art Inconnu—a blog devoted to forgotten and underappreciated artists—to share a selection of modern female painters  included on his website.

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Posted 09/15/09

ANTIQUES bookshelf

This fall we are excited about several new publications, among them is Lasting Elegance: English Country Houses 1830-1900 by Michael Hall, which surveys these great houses using the photographic archive of Country Life magazine.

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Posted 08/21/09

This Week's Top Lots: August 15 - 21

A selection of auction highlights from August 15 - 21 including estate sales, China trade, marine, and sporting art.

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Posted 08/14/09

This Week's Top Lots: August 8 - 14

A selection of auction highlights from August 8 - 14 including estate sales, Americana, and jewelry.

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Posted 08/07/09

This Week's Top Lots: August 3 - 7

A selection of auction highlights from August 1 - 7 including estate sales of decorative and fine art, Californian and American art, and period design.

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Posted 07/28/09

ANTIQUES bookshelf

Published to accompany an exhibition of the same title on view at the Art Institute of Chicago through September 27, Beyond Golden Clouds: Japanese Screens from the Art Institute of Chicago and the Saint Louis Art Museum is an exquisite catalogue that surveys the history and art of the folding screen from the 16th century to the present.

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Posted 07/27/09

Summer Fare

London salerooms buzz through July with a frezy of activity. A more leisurely pace governs the rest of Europe at a string of exhibitions: Robert Adam landscapes in Edinburgh, medieval and Renaissance beauty in Paris, intercultural exchange in Vienna, and Böttger stoneware in Dresden.

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