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Metropolitan Museum of Art

Star exhibit at the Met: the Christopher Dresser album the V&A could not afford

Modern designs at the Met

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Art market

French decorative arts apparently recession-proof

The international market absorbs the Polo, Patiño and Johnson collections in one year. Tous les Louis do well but Louis XVI best of all

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Art market

Spanish still-lifes test the staying power of a dealer's legacy at Christie's

Two works from the private collection of renowned New York dealer Herman Schickman, previously on long-term loan to the Met, hit the auction block today

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Acquisitions

Kimbell Art Museum fêtes International Women's Day with Anne Vallayer-Coster acquisition

Still Life With Mackerel demonstrates the French 18th-century artist's virtuosity in the genre

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Three to see

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

Jump aboard Tauba Auerbach's dazzling fireboat for the Public Art Fund and then get lost in a concrete utopia at MoMA

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Exhibitions

An enigma solved: Old Masters and contemporary artists mix together well at David Zwirner

A show co-organised with the dealer Nicholas Hall demonstrates the endlessly exciting possibilities of blending the old and the new

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Artists

From the archive: Why the art world is crazy about Cranach

New technology is shedding light on an Old Master as the prolific, multi-talented artist enjoys a renaissance

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Exhibitions

Half a million visitors can’t be wrong: the Met’s Michelangelo show is the cultural event of the year

The major loan show is a doubly whammy in the quality of the works presented and its popularity

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Who is the collector behind the Getty’s windfall master drawings acquisition?

Luca Padulli has been amassing the treasure trove of works at auction over the last 17 years, sources say

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Auctions

‘Mixed feelings’ as Brian Sewell’s treasure trove is to be dispersed

Auction of the late art critic’s collection inspires sadness­—but excitement too

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Auctions

Three picks from next week's Old Masters auctions at Sotheby’s New York

All eyes are on Gentileschi’s $25m Danaë, but some other works deserve collectors’ attention too

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Art market

The perennial problem of backlog

From our archives: Ten years ago this month, Dealers send unsold Old Masters to Sotheby’s

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Acquisitions

Charity begins at home: National Gallery of Art acquires Ochtervelt genre painting

The Dutch picture depicts a wealthy burgher’s child dispensing alms to a beggar boy and sold for a record $4.4m at auction last year

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Obituaries

Reminiscences of Brian Sewell

Opinionated and fearless, the English art critic, who has died aged 84, was never, ever dull

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Auctions

Has a long-lost painting by a teenaged Rembrandt been discovered in New Jersey?

The small oil on board sold for $870,000—1,000 times its high estimate—and is suspected to be part of the artist’s earliest series on the Five Senses, made while he was still a student

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Old Masters auctions: Raphael stars in mixed London sales

Raphael’s Head of a Young Apostle was the centre of attention during London’s Old Master week last month

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Highlights of London's upcoming Old Master auctions at Sotheby's and Christie's

Some truly stunning pieces are to appear on the block this year

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Art market

How to do the eBay: The internet expansion of auction markets

Our art market correspondent, Paul Jeromack, describes how he has successfully sold antiques while sitting at his computer

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Exhibitions

Columbus Museum of Art, The Age of Enlightenment reaches Ohio

A major loan show from Dresden’s Picture Gallery concentrates on paintings rather than decorative arts

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Exhibitions

Emperor Rudolph II's art treasures are reunited in Prague as the Czech republic seeks self-definition

A politically charged mega-exhibition about the Mannerist emperor/collector

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Art dealers

Colnaghi and Bellinger in New York: Two fine displays of Old Master drawings

A field with keen collectors and plenty of sleepers at the auctions to challenge the dealers

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Art market

Collector Saul Steinberg sells his Old Masters

Bought since the 80s, the eight Dutch and Flemish paintings include Rembrandt and Sweerts

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Museums & Heritage

Mixed reactions to Gilbert gift of £75 million decorative arts donation

It has been well received in Britain. In Los Angeles, there are divided opinions on the collection and its owner

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Exhibitions

Classical taste in America, Washington's official style

Neo-classicism as expressed in painting sculpture and the decorative arts in a touring exhibition

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Art & Technology

Dendrochronology and infra-red photography are giving surprising results among Netherlandish paintings at the Metropolitan Museum

Can a human eye beat the latest technology?

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National Gallery of Art, Washington DC

Bellotto’s “Königstein” bought by Washington's National Gallery for $9.6 million

It makes it their most expensive purchase since Leonardo’s “Ginevra de’ Benci”

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Lawsuits

Christie's Sackler maiolica sale off—for now

Collector’s widow overturns court decision