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Research Art

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RECENTLY SOLD

Sales history can provide a justification for current pricing or track artwork as an investment. It can also be a good way to see what’s popular and inspire ideas for commissions.



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ART RELATED STORIES

Stay abreast of what's happening in the art world, including historical discoveries, record-breaking purchases, and emerging trends.

The Treasure Behind the Wall: Something in the new Oscar de la Renta boutique in Paris was not what it seemed.
FROM NY TIMES

Boutique renovations, like most renovations, are often delayed. They frequently run over budget. But rarely are they delayed and over budget because a mysterious artwork more than three centuries old has resurfaced.
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Qatar is 2019’s must-visit art destination.
FROM FODORS

Qatar was once better known as a transit hub between east and west than a destination. But wealth from oil and gas has allowed the tiny nation to turn itself into a veritable art hub—and the installations that have popped up across the desert state are larger than life.
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Art in the Instagram age: How social media is shaping art and how you experience it
FROM THE SEATTLE TIMES

In recent years, social media has had a profound impact on art institutions and visitors alike, influencing not just the marketing but also the creation and curation of art.
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FROM THE MARKETPLACE

ARTIST TO WATCH

Discover new and emerging artists, connect with their stories, and learn about their process and inspiration.

SARAH VAN BECKUM Denver, Colorado

I like to begin a painting with nothing in mind. Once I get something on the canvas I try to get my head out of the process and just let my intuition call the shots as I continue to create with shape, color, and marks. The further along I get, the more I need to pull my head in for some objective feedback. This process of moving between the head and gut is sometimes smooth and easy and is at other times extremely challenging. There is something inside of me that needs to find expression on the canvas. Abstract painting allows me the freedom with no boundaries to go where I need to go.
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