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歐洲TEFAF藝術市場報告:交易商成為藝術市場支配者
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專訪2016典亞藝博主辦人的藝術洞見:不僅古董文玩和現當代藝術,還有攝影。
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Shelby Cobra超級跑車首次刷新RM Sotheby’s蘇富比美國紀錄
Shelby Cobra CSX 2000 在前幾個週末的RM Sotheby’s蘇富比拍賣會上首次創下一個新歷史。以一億六百多萬元港幣(一千三百七十五萬美元)售出,創新美國汽車新紀錄。
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"Figur mit Krug," an Important and Unique Monumental Sculpture
The present lot is referenced in the Photographs Archives of the Wiener Werkstätte, in the collections of the Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Vienna, inventory no. WWF 108-42-1 (for the photograph) and no. KI 13017-1 (for the original gouache rendering).  \n\nThe Wiener Werkstättee (Viennese Workshops) of 1903 was famous because of the contributions from Viennese designers such as Josef Hoffmann and Dagobert Peche. However, that organization was quite different stylistically from the Wiener Werkstätte of 1920. When it was founded at the turn of the century, severe formality and functionalism were its characteristics. It had a brilliant sense of geometric design and decoration, and if there was color, it was a palette restricted to black and white. But by World War I everything began to change. Under the impact of Dada and Expressionism, the Wiener Werkstätte became noted for its parrot-like splashes of color, exaggerated movement, and bizarre wit. All this is registered in Susi Singers glazed sculpture of a slightly clad woman posing a jug on her head.\n\nAlthough there were a number of ceramists associated with the later phase of the Wiener Werkstätte, all women, the two chief artists were Susi Singer and Wally Wieselthier. After studying under Michael Powolny and others, the twenty-two-year-old Singer joined the Wiener Werkstätte in 1917. Her specialty was humorous ceramic sculpture groups, from small-scale examples measuring six inches in height and made in limited series, to unique, monumental figures. A group of these monumental works, like the one presented here, won her a gold medal in 1925 at the Paris Exposition internationale des arts décoratifs et industriels modernes. That same year, Singer left the Wiener Werkstätte to found her own pottery in Grunbach am Schneeburg.\n\nThe original Wiener Werkstätte sculptures, as opposed to those made in series, were carefully documented and registered.  As was customary, Singer made a sketch for it that survives in the Museum für Angewandte Kunst in Vienna. There are only some slight changes: the ribbon planned for her neck was suppressed, more flowers were added to her slight costume, and the intense blue of her skirt was lessened. But how are we to understand this charming figure She is wearing a short Greek chiton, also the costume of the young athletic woman on Robert Bonfils poster for the Paris 1925 fair. They are the young, socially liberated, vibrantly athletic women of the post-World War I era. And if plants were put in the jug (vessels on these sculptures often served as planters), then the resemblance would be even closer. Certainly the effect would be amusing, and that, after all, was what Susi Singer and the Wiener Werkstätte intended.\n\nAn intriguing question is the provenance of this unique sculpture. A number of large sculptures were displayed in the Wiener Werkstätte showroom in New York, which opened in 1922 under the direction of Joseph Urban. This particular ceramic figure was published in situ, in a central niche of the gallery, in an article that appeared in the March 1923 issue of The Architectural Record. When the gallery closed after only a few years, Urban retained much of the unsold material. Among Carol Ferrantis papers are bills from 1975 for other items that she bought indirectly from Urbans widow and sister-in-law, objects that were specified as having once been in the Wiener Werkstätte showroom. In all probability, this was also how she acquired this wonderful and whimsical Susi Singer sculpture.\n\nMartin Eidelberg, professor emeritus of art history at Rutgers University and an expert on 20th Century decorative arts\nPainted Singer and with incised Wiener Werkstätte monogram Sotheby's
A set of twelve american colorless glass large beer glasses, steuben
Each of flared form, signed on the bottom with the maker's initial mark Sotheby's
Portrait of Anne Lynch as a child
The present work is one of the earliest recorded portrait drawings by Gainsborough.  Two other portraits, of an unknown gentleman and lady, are also thought to date from 1744 and are now in the National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin (see John Hayes, The Drawings of Thomas Gainsborough, 1970, cat. nos. 1 & 2).  Unlike these portraits, however, the present work is drawn on vellum and this, together with its meticulous handling, is wholly in the miniaturist tradition.\n\nIn 1744 Gainsborough was trying to establish himself in London, but would have made trips home to his native Suffolk where he executed the present work. He had been sent to London at the age of fourteen and became a pupil of Gravelot, the engraver. He then attended the St Martin's Lane Academy and spent three years as a pupil of Francis Hayman.  By 1745, however, his efforts had received little enouragement and he returned to his home in Sudbury before marrying and settling in Ipswich.\n\nWe are grateful to Hugh Belsey for his help with cataloguing this lot\nInscribed on backboard: Anne Lynch/drawn by Gainsbro/at Ipswich/1744 Sotheby's
A 'yaozhou' persimmon-glazed cupstand northern song / jin dynasty
Finely potted in the form of a small cup with rounded sides and inverted rim, resting in the center of a circular dish, all supported on a splayed hollow foot, covered overall save for the foot ring with a russet-brown glaze Sotheby's
Spindle (Urban Bourbon)
This work is in very good condition overall. There is very light evidence of handling along the edges. Under raking light, there are faint scattered scratches visible throughout, most notably a scratch in the center of the right edge that extends approximately 6- inches. In the upper center of the red panel there is an approximately 6- inch media accretion with related circular drips to the right that may be intended and from the time of execution. Under Ultraviolet light inspection, there is no evidence of restoration. Framed.\nIn response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Sotheby's is merely a subjective qualified opinion.\nNOTWITHSTANDING THIS REPORT OR ANY DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING CONDITION OF A LOT, ALL LOTS ARE OFFERED AND SOLD "AS IS" IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF SALE PRINTED IN THE CATALOGUE.\nSigned and dated 89; numbered 89.157 on the reverse Sotheby's

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