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Picasso Mania as Golden Muse Lover Portrait Sells for $69.2 Million Before Tate Show and more

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Picasso Mania as “Golden Muse” Lover Portrait Sells for $69.2 Million Before Tate Show

One of Pablo Picasso’s most celebrated portraits of his lover Marie-Thérèse Walter sold for $69.2 million to top Sotheby’s latest London sale. For a second evening running, a Picasso work was in leading position as interest in the artist surges before a new Tate Modern show and investors hoover up everything on offer.  —  by Mark Beech

Reynold’s Omai becomes Bone of Contention

“Portrait of Omai,” a 1776 creation of British painter Sir Joshua Reynolds, of a young Pacific Islander has been the subject of tug of war between the Tate Britain and John Magnier, an Irish business tycoon. The issue of the controversy is where the painting should be kept: in a private collection or a national art gallery.  —  by Blouin Artinfo

African And Oceanic Arts at Binoche & Giquello

Auction at Binoche & Giquello will feature an exclusive collection of masks from Africa and Oceania regions.  —  by Blouin Artinfo

Books at Koller International Auctions

Books at Koller International Auctions will be the right place for collectors with an eye on books!  —  by Blouin Artinfo

Goodwood Members’ Meeting at Bonhams

Auction Preview: Goodwood Members’ Meeting at Bonhams, London, March 20.  —  by Blouin Artinfo

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