L'attualità del mercato dell'arte di Gustave COURBET (1819-1877)

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American museums preparing to sell certain masterpieces [25/09/2020]

Brooklyn Museum to Sell 12 Works as Pandemic Changes the Rules… the title of Robin Pogrebin’ article in the New York Times on 16 September after the announcement of the Brooklyn Museum’s decision to sell twelve works from its permanent collections. Faced with the crisis and despite reopening a few days earlier, the Brooklyn Museum […]

5 views of Tefaf [13/03/2020]

The gallery owners below were interviewed on March 10, 2020. The next day, Tefaf Maastricht announced the premature closure of the fair, five days before the scheduled date.  » In close consultation with the city of Maastricht, the health authorities, and MECC Maastricht, TEFAF has decided to shorten the fair and to close by the […]

Events marking Gustave Courbet’s bicentennial could stimulate his market… [10/06/2019]

Gustave Courbet was born on 10 June 1819 in Ornans, a small town in Franche-Comté that has been home to the Courbet Museum since 2013. This Monday, to mark the bicentennial of the birth of this major artist (more in terms of Art History than on today’s market…) the museum is opening an exhibition entitled […]

Masterpieces in New York [12/01/2016]

After the Christmas break the art market returns to serious business at the end of January with several events

Overview of key week in NY auction calendar [17/11/2015]

Sotheby’s and Christie’s prayers appear to have been answered, at least partially. After one of the most important weeks in New York’s prestige sales calendar (4-12 November),

Art Market News in Brief! [16/11/2012]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news.

Nudes between January 2011 and April 2012 [11/05/2012]

Another Friday Top in Artprice’s alternate Friday series of auction rankings. This week, the top 10 auction results for Nudes between January 2011 and May 2012.

Gustave Courbet – between realism and scandal [05/11/2007]

Born in Ornans in 1819, Courbet absorbed the painting trends of his era before liberating himself from the academism and the romanticism of his youth. Although his first works were characterised by sentimentalism, by 1848 his paintings had evolved towards a form of « austere » realism. Henceforward, the artist’s vision gained freedom as it moved away from idealisation towards nature in a broader sense.

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