Founded in 1766 by James Christie, Christie's conducted the greatest auctions of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, and today remains a popular showcase for the unique and the beautiful. With over 450 sales annually in over 80 categories, Christie's gives art lovers and luxury collectors access to categories including Impressionist, Modern, Old Masters, Contemporary and Asian art, photography, jewelry, watches, wine, interior design and more. All within a prices range from $200 to over $80 million.

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Basquiat's Boom for Real: Top 5 works by Jean-Michel Basquiat ever sold at auction
Basquiat is hotter than ever. Auction houses and dealers are chomping at the bit to get their hands on the artist's colour-laden canvases. The incredible surge in the popularity of the Brooklyn-born artist is thanks to the Barbican's retrospective which is partly responsible for introducing his work to global buyers who want to get serious when it comes to starting their collection.
The search for the human form: Lo Spadino
At this year's TEFAF art fair in Maastricht, paintings and sculptures spanning hundreds of years depicted how artists have strived to capture the ever-shifting nature of the human form, a challenge contemporary artists continue to wrestle.
Warhol drawing from 1956, same year artist's work was infamously rejected by MoMA, sent in to Barnebys Valuation Service
Sent in to the valuation service this summer was a delicate ballpoint drawing by Godfather of Pop Art Andy Warhol. Swann Galleries in Manhattan have consigned the piece for their November Contemporary Art auction. What is particularly significant about this 1956 piece is that it was drawn the same year that New York’s Museum of Modern Art wrote to Warhol rejecting his ‘’Shoe’’ drawing from their collection.
If I Live I’ll See You Tuesday: the best auction preview, ever
How exactly do you reach all these lovely young buyers? In my humble opinion, when it comes to wetting the appetite of the next generation of buyers, Christie's absolutely nailed it back in 2014.
How Cartier got their spots
Cartier's panther embodies the jewellery house's identity: sleek, effortless and, above all, striking. It has its roots in animal skin used in fashion in the early 20th century as well as European art New York's the premier wome'’s social club during the 1900s.

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Modele en bronze representant le tigre qui marche
MODELE EN BRONZE REPRESENTANT LE TIGRE QUI MARCHE\n\nD'APRES UN MODELE D'ANTOINE-LOUIS BARYE (1795-1875), FONTE BARBEDIENNE, FRANCE, DERNIER QUART DU XIXe SIECLE\n\nLa base signée BARYE et F. BARBEDIENNE. FONDEUR (PARIS); le revers de la base numéroté 15466 et 6 et K; patine brun foncé à rehauts brun clair\n\nH.: 22 cm. (8 3/8 in.); L.: 39,5 cm. (15 ½ in.) Christie's
Camélia rose, oeillet orange, jacinthe blanche et autres fleurs dans un vase en verre
Jacob Woutersz. VOSMAER (Delft 1584-1641)\nCamélia rose, oeillet orange, jacinthe blanche et autres fleurs dans un vase en verre\nsigné 'v.w'\ngouache sur vélin, traits d'encadement rehaussés d'or\n222 x 177 mm. Christie's
Shiva and Parvati seated on a terrace
Shiva and Parvati seated on a terrace\nIndia, Jodhpur, 19th century\nThe couple seated on a rug over a marble pavilion, she offering him a beverage from the plates of refreshment before them, each with starburst-patterned gold nimbuses, their animal vehicles seated in the foreground, a lake with trees behind them, a palace in the distance and the sun low on the horizon\nOpaque pigments and gold on paper\n12 5/8 x 9 7/8 in. (32.1 x 25.1 cm.) Christie's
A FRENCH BRONZE-MOUNTED TULIPWOOD SIDE CABINET\n61in. (155cm.) high, 40in. (102cm.) wide, 18¼in. (46.5cm.) deep Christie's
Rest on the Flight into Egypt (Bartsch 1)
Camillo Procaccini (1555-1629)\nRest on the Flight into Egypt (Bartsch 1)\netching, circa 1587, on laid paper without watermark, a good impression of this rare print, trimmed to subject on three sides with a thread margin below, upper right corner made up, thin spot at top left, otherwise in good condition\nS. 177 x 260 mm. Christie's

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