Paul Jeromack

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French decorative arts apparently recession-proof

The international market absorbs the Polo, Patiño and Johnson collections in one year. Tous les Louis do well but Louis XVI best of all

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Spanish still-lifes test the staying power of a dealer's legacy at Christie's

Two works from the private collection of renowned New York dealer Herman Schickman hit the auction block today after being loaned and lost from the Met's collection

Top five acquisitions of the month

Our pick of the latest gifts and purchases to enter museum collections worldwide, from Van Dyck’s portrait of a princess bride to a rare painting by a Brazilian Modernist

Kimbell Art Museum fêtes International Women's Day with Anne Vallayer-Coster acquisition

Still Life With Mackerel demonstrates the French 18th-century artist's virtuosity in the genre

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

Jump aboard Tauba Auerbach's dazzling fireboat for the Public Art Fund and then get lost in a concrete utopia at MoMA

An enigma solved: Old Masters and contemporary artists mix together well at David Zwirner

A show co-organised with the dealer Nicholas Hall demonstrates the endlessly exciting possibilities of blending the old and the new


From the archive: Why the art world is crazy about Cranach

New technology is shedding light on an Old Master as the prolific, multi-talented artist enjoys a renaissance

Half a million visitors can’t be wrong: the Met’s Michelangelo show is the cultural event of the year

The major loan show is a double whammy in the quality of the works presented and its popularity

Newly discovered Artemisia Gentileschi painting sells for €2.4m at auction in Paris

Self-portrait as Saint Catherine, another woman who resisted, achieves record price for the artist

Who is the collector behind the Getty’s windfall master drawings acquisition?

Luca Padulli has been amassing the treasure trove of works at auction over the last 17 years, sources say

‘Mixed feelings’ as Brian Sewell’s treasure trove is to be dispersed

Auction of the late art critic’s collection inspires sadness­—but excitement too

Three picks from next week's Old Masters auctions at Sotheby’s New York

All eyes are on Gentileschi’s $25m Danaë, but some other works deserve collectors’ attention too

The perennial problem of backlog

From our archives: Ten years ago this month, Dealers send unsold Old Masters to Sotheby’s

Charity begins at home: National Gallery of Art acquires Ochtervelt genre painting

The Dutch picture depicts a wealthy burgher’s child dispensing alms to a beggar boy and sold for a record $4.4m at auction last year

Reminiscences of Brian Sewell

Opinionated and fearless, the English art critic, who has died aged 84, was never, ever dull

Has a long-lost painting by a teenaged Rembrandt been discovered in New Jersey?

The small oil on board sold for $870,000—1,000 times its high estimate—and is suspected to be part of the artist’s earliest series on the Five Senses, made while he was still a student

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Old Masters auctions: Raphael stars in mixed London sales

Raphael’s Head of a Young Apostle was the centre of attention during London’s Old Master week last month

Why the art world is crazy about Cranach

New technology is shedding light on an Old Master as the prolific, multi-talented artist enjoys a renaissance

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Highlights of London's upcoming Old Master auctions at Sotheby's and Christie's

Some truly stunning pieces are to appear on the block this year

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How to do the eBay: The internet expansion of auction markets

Our art market correspondent, Paul Jeromack, describes how he has successfully sold antiques while sitting at his computer

Columbus Museum of Art, The Age of Enlightenment reaches Ohio

A major loan show from Dresden’s Picture Gallery concentrates on paintings rather than decorative arts

Colnaghi and Bellinger in New York: Two fine displays of Old Master drawings

A field with keen collectors and plenty of sleepers at the auctions to challenge the dealers

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Collector Saul Steinberg sells his Old Masters

Bought since the 80s, the eight Dutch and Flemish paintings include Rembrandt and Sweerts

Mixed reactions to Gilbert gift of £75 million decorative arts donation

It has been well received in Britain. In Los Angeles, there are divided opinions on the collection and its owner

Classical taste in America, Washington's official style

Neo-classicism as expressed in painting sculpture and the decorative arts in a touring exhibition

Bellotto’s “Königstein” bought by Washington's National Gallery for $9.6 million

It makes it their most expensive purchase since Leonardo’s “Ginevra de’ Benci”


Christie's Sackler maiolica sale off—for now

Collector’s widow overturns court decision