Posts Tagged ‘ Dmitri Rybolovlev versus Yves Bouvier lawsuit ’

Leonardo's Salvator Mundi

Leonardo’s troubled Salvator Mundi hits the block

Oct 27th, 2017 | By

Just when you thought this story couldn’t get any stranger ‘Leonardo’s’ Salvator Mundi has been consigned to Christie’s by Dmitri Rybolovlev and his Trusts and hits the block as a ‘special lot’ in a Post – War and Contemporary Art Evening sale in New York on 15th November.  Yes, that’s a Contemporary Art Sale. Unless
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English High Street Banks

Banks now call the shots in art deals

Oct 25th, 2015 | By

Whereas Bankers used to process art deals with little fuss, they now examine them in detail and decide if they will accept them or not. Your ‘Relationship Manager’ always wanted to know more about your business….well, now he does… and he is your new boss. All art deals of any significance now get referred to
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Rembrandt's Portrait of Marten Soolmans, 1634

Rembrandt masterpieces may be heading back to Holland

Sep 24th, 2015 | By

Lately the art market has received flak from all sides and one interesting piece of news amidst all the negative press is that the Dutch government have announced they are having a serious crack at securing the return to Holland of the magnificent pair of Rembrandt portraits that belong to Eric de Rothschild. Last week
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