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Newly-Discovered Beethoven Leaf, Wine Sales Start Strong, Aboriginal Art, and More

Art Market News and Analysis
Tuesday, September 20, 2016


Newly-Revealed Beethoven Fragment Heads for Auction

by Mark Beech • A newly-discovered sketch leaf by Beethoven for one of his greatest works, the “Emperor” concerto, is heading for auction at Sotheby’s London on October 20. The manuscript is one of the earliest for this piece, possibly containing Beethoven’s first draft of its famous themes. It has an estimate at hammer prices of £150,000-£200,000 (as much as $300,000).


Romanée-Conti, Pétrus Top First Sales of New Season in London

by Mark Beech • Cases of Romanée-Conti and Pétrus topped the first wine auctions of the new season in London this week. Dealers said that the sales at Sotheby’s, Bonhams, and Christie’s, while not achieving the white-glove 100 percent success rate reported at Sotheby’s last year, were solid, with success rates of more than 90 percent sold by lot and as much as 98 percent by value.


Christie’s Offers ‘Prints & Multiples’ From World’s Greatest Artists in London

by Samuel Spencer • The latest auction from Christie’s Prints and Multiples department will see works by some of modern and contemporary art’s biggest names, including Francis Bacon, Pablo Picasso, and Andy Warhol, in a sale that will take place on September 21. The auction will comprise around 200 lots from all of the 20th century’s biggest art movements, ranging from Pop art to Surrealism.


Zaha Hadid’s ‘Lilas’ Leads Sotheby’s ‘Beyond Limits’ 2016

by Nicholas Forrest • Zaha Hadid’s sculptural “Lilas” pavilion is the centerpiece of the 11th edition of the annual Sotheby’s “Beyond Limits” selling exhibition of modern and contemporary outdoor sculpture, which is currently on show until October 30 throughout the historic gardens of Chatsworth House in Derbyshire – the ancestral seat of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire.


Sotheby’s London to Sell Second Lot of Aboriginal Art Masterpieces

by Samuel Spencer • Following their first foray into Aboriginal art, Sotheby’s London will be putting nearly 100 more works from indigenous Australia on the block on September 21. For “Masterpieces of Aboriginal Art,” the Sotheby’s team has assembled art telling the story of two centuries of Australian history in this auction—only the second of its kind to be held outside Oceania, the first being their 2015 debut iteration.

In the Air

Auctionata | Paddle8 Names New CEO

by Taylor Dafoe • Auctionata | Paddle8, the company born from two auction startups that joined forces earlier this year, has named a new CEO: Thomas Hesse, a German-American entrepreneur and finance veteran.

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