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Art Market News and Analysis
Wednesday, April 27, 2016


Unseen Lucian Freud Self-Portrait Acquired by UK, Heads for NPG to Settle $800,000 Tax Bill

by Mark Beech • A recently found self-portrait of the late British painter Lucian Freud has been handed to the nation to settle an inheritance tax bill of £559,773 (about $800,000).


Heritage Auctions to Feature de Kooning as Top Lot

by Meghana Reddy • Willem de Kooning’s “East Hampton II” (1968) will be offered by Heritage Auctions as the top lot at its upcoming Modern & Contemporary Art Auction on May 2.


Conversation With: Enrique Liberman

by Eric Bryant, Art+Auction • This spring, the Art Fund Association releases a guide of best practices for both new and existing funds. Enrique Liberman, a corporate transactional attorney and name partner of the Manhattan-headquartered Bowles Liberman & Newman, and founder of the association, gave Art+Auction’s Eric Bryant a tutorial on the state of this 10-year-old market vehicle.


Sotheby’s Sets 8 Orientalist and Middle Eastern Art Records

by Nicholas Forrest • Sotheby’s set auction records for eight artists during its Orientalist & Middle Eastern Art Week in London which realized a combined total of £15,729,798 across five auctions, exceeding the pre-sale expectations of £9.9–14.2 million.


Sotheby’s to Offer Monuments Men Recovered Rothschild Metsu

by Nicholas Forrest • Sotheby’s will offer Dutch painter Gabriel Metsu’s “An Officer Paying Court to a Young Woman,” 1658-60, one of the finest Dutch genre scenes remaining in private hands, during its Master Paintings sale in New York on May 26, with an estimate of $6–8 million.

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