King Charles III is an Avid Watercolorist — See 6 of His Iconic Paintings

Francesca Aton Prince Charles painting with watercolors, 1994, in Klosters, Switzerland. Photo Julian Parker/UK Press via Getty Imagesnone Queen Elizabeth II may have been an avid horse breeder and corgi enthusiast, but her eldest son, the recently-crowned King Charles III, prefers to spend his time painting. The King’s passion for visual art was cultivated from…

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Photography Legend Roger Ballen to Release an Exclusive NFT Collection

While the NFT market is driven by investment returns and collectors who buy just to sell later, leading contemporary artists occasionally release digital works that are for keeping. With tumultuous prices and cryptocurrency market fluctuations, investing in proven names could be the best option to secure assets and acquire high-quality NFT artworks. Among established artists…

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Five Takeaways on the Global Art-Market Outlook

Germany-based start-up arttrade dug into the Artnet Price Database to bring you five insights about how the auction market has evolved. Artnet News in Partnership With arttrade, August 26, 2022 Andy Warhol’s One Dollar Bill (Silver Certificate) (1962) shown at the media preview of the summer auction at Sotheby’s Hong Kong in May 2015. (Photo…

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NFTs and intellectual property, explained

1. What are intellectual property rights? In its simplest form, intellectual property relates to something you create with your mind — such as artwork, literature and inventions. These protections were relatively easy to enforce in the analog era, but our digital world — where copying and pasting runs abound as millions of people create their…

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What Are the Legal Risks of Purchasing NFTs?

The arrival of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) as a proposed avenue for the sale of art and collectibles has earned a divisive reaction in the art space. On May 31, 2022 A year on from NFTs’ first explosion of popularity, many investors are still unsure of the rights and risks associated with purchasing them. Below, Mazzola…

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Should artists have a stake in their own work?

The resurgent $65bn art market has led to rampant speculation around the work of young artists — who see little of the profit July 8 2022 © Alamy | ‘Boucher’s Flesh’ by Flora Yukhnovich On a bright evening in London last week, three paintings hung at the front of the Phillips auction room for its…

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Sotheby’s Closes the Spring New York Auction Season With a Double-Header Contemporary Art Sale That Nets $283.4 Million

Annie Armstrong Christina Quarles, The Night That Fell Upon Us Up On Us (2019). Courtesy of Sotheby’s. Sotheby’s capped the end of a two-week run of nearly nightly auctions in New York with a double-header tonight, May 19: the “Now” sale followed by its marquee contemporary art evening sale, which altogether reeled in $283.4 million, bringing…

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The Art Market and the Environment : The secondary market

Source:Artprice.com The art world is belatedly but resolutely waking up to its environmental impact and its eco-responsibilities. Artprice has redacted three articles on the challenges and expectations facing the art world in its efforts to clean up its act. The first looks at the initiatives adopted by the art market (essentially the auction/art fair sphere).…

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