The whimsical drawings and manuscripts John Lennon produced for his two critically acclaimed books were skyrocketing past their pre-sale auction estimates Tuesday.
Two works from Andy Warhol’s “Death and Disaster” series sold at auction Tuesday for a combined $100 million.
Her story inspired a bestselling book called “Empty Mansions” – the mysterious Manhattan millionaire who acquired masterpieces by Monet and Renoir, and hung them in lavish homes she chose not to live in.
A collection of artwork by one of New York City’s most famed graffiti artists was about to be auctioned off Monday.
The elusive British artist Banksy has been the talk of New York in recent days, since his graffiti works have begun appearing around the city in what he called an attempt to “host an entire show on the streets of New York.”
A former secretary to Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos was charged in New York Tuesday with conspiracy to sell valuable artworks that disappeared during the collapse of Marcos’ husband’s regime.