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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Auctions

£18M Lucian Freud Family Portrait Heads Christie’s Defining British Art Sale

by Nicholas Forrest • Christie’s has revealed three works by Lucian Freud, Lord Frederic Leighton, and Sir Joshua Reynolds from its June 30 “Defining British Art” Evening Sale in London which will mark the launch of the auction house’s 250th Anniversary Celebrations.
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Auctions

Bonhams Breaks 10 Records for Lebanese and Middle Eastern Art

by Nicholas Forrest • Bonhams broke 10 world auction records during its April 27 Middle Eastern and Lebanese Modern and Contemporary art sales in London, reflecting increasing global demand for Middle Eastern modern and contemporary art.
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Feature

A Collector's Guide: Simple and Sober Korean Ceramics

by Darryl Wee • Although “blue­ and ­white” is something of a catchall term used to refer to the highest quality and best­ known varieties of Chinese porcelain, produced at the Imperial kilns of Jingdezhen in China’s Jiangxi province, a smaller and more niche market does exist for Korean blue ­and ­white porcelain as well.
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Fairs

Q&A: Michael Plummer & Jeff Rabin, Co-Directors, Spring Masters

by Archana Khare-Ghose • As part of a collaboration between TEFAF Maastricht, Europe’s biggest and most prestigious fair, organized by the European Fine Art Foundation, and New York art advisers Artvest Partners, cofounded by Michael Plummer and Jeff Rabin, Spring Masters will be replaced next May by TEFAF | New York | Spring, one of two fairs that the European organizer plans to hold annually in New York City; the other, TEFAF | New York | Fall, will debut later this year. Ahead of the upcoming Spring Masters, Plummer and Rabin answer a few questions for BLOUIN ARTINFO.
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Auctions

Renowned Private Collections Come to Sotheby’s Classical Chinese Paintings Sale May 30

by Samuel Spencer • The second Classical Chinese Paintings Sale at Sotheby’s Hong Kong on May 30 will include several fresh to the market pieces from major private collections, including the Mi Yun Hall Collection and Mo Boji Family Collection.
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