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Artcurial Italy launched its Milan office in 2012, in the historic Casa Crespi, a few steps away from the Duomo. The palace represents a unique example of a 17th century noble residence. The offices are located in the residence’s stables, now, as the entire property, fully restored in the 1920’s by architect Piero Portaluppi.

Artcurial, international auction house based in Paris, confirms its position as frontrunner in the market, in particular following the outstanding sale results of Italian artists in Paris, and is the international reference in Design as well as an essential player in the Ancient Paintings and Drawings market.

The Milan office organises numerous events that have become an essential meeting for art lovers including preliminary viewings of selections of some of the season’s most significant pieces, book signatures, cultural events and even meetings and greetings with renowned artists.

Artcurial Italy organizes frequent valuation days in specialties covered by the auction house, from Contemporary Art and Jewellery, and including Design, Furniture, Ancient Paintings, Timepieces and Automobile, throughout the year.

Artcurial’s specialists travel in Italy to offer complimentary valuations as well as insurance evaluations or advice in matters of purchase or sale.

Artcurial Italy joins the list of international offices and reinforces the European network of Artcurial together with Germany, Austria, Belgium and Monaco.

 

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Monaco Auction Week

Monaco Auction Week

Once again this year, the Auction house will be present in Monaco from 16th to 21st July for a week of sales focusing on Jewellery, Important Watches, Vintage Hermès and Collector Cars. Discover some of the top lots of this major event not to be missed.

For the first time in France: a rare Alexander Calder stabile for sale

For the first time in France: a rare Alexander Calder stabile for sale

On 8th and 9th July, the Impressionist & Modern and Post-War & Contemporary departments will have the pleasure of holding their prestige sales, which will offer a vast selection of exceptional paintings and sculptures. At the evening Contemporary Art sale, collectors will have the opportunity to explore works by Simon Hantaï, Pierre Soulages and Antoni Tapiès. For the first time in France, a rare and exceptional stabile by Alexander Calder will be on offer.

Chaïm Soutine: a troubled view of tradition

Chaïm Soutine: a troubled view of tradition

Fig Trees, a work painted by Soutine between 1920 and 1921, will be auctioned off on 8th July at Artcurial during the Modern & Contemporary Art evening sale.

Artcurial’s offices reopen

Artcurial’s offices reopen

Since 4th May 2020, Artcurial’s offices have been open again. In order to receive you as well as possible during this period, we would be grateful if you could make an appointment in advance.

Dynamics on the modern and vintage watch market, driven by passion

Dynamics on the modern and vintage watch market, driven by passion

Marie Sanna-Legrand, Director of Watch Departement and and Geoffroy Ader, Expert in Watches, describe a dynamic and growing market, looking for big names and iconic models that resonate.

French Arts of the Table and Arts of Living – Ritz Paris

French Arts of the Table and Arts of Living – Ritz Paris

Following on the sale of the historic furnishings of the Ritz Hotel in 2018, Artcurial will be auctioning close to 1,500 lots dedicated to French Arts of the table and Arts of living.

Throwback 2019

Throwback 2019

In 2019, Artcurial, leading French auction house, has confirmed its position of major international player in the art market and totaled €203.1 m, +4% compared to 2018.

Te Bourao (II) by Paul Gauguin reaches €9,5M

Te Bourao (II) by Paul Gauguin reaches €9,5M

The Impressionist & Modern sale was dominated by the exceptional painting Te Bourao (II) by Paul Gauguin, the last artwork still in private hands of a major nine paintings cycle painted in Tahiti and sent to Paris in 1898 as part of an exhibition dedicated to the artist at the Ambroise Vollard gallery. The oil on canvas reaches €9,553,200, almost twice its estimate.

World record for Artemisia Gentileschi at €4.8M

World record for Artemisia Gentileschi at €4.8M

On 13th November, Artcurial organized its auction dedicated to Old Master & 19th century art. With a total of €9.2M, the auction is dominated by the great world record for Artemisia Gentileschi at €4.8M with a Lucretia painted in the 1630’s.