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Artcurial
  Italy

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 international network of Artcurial together with Austria, Belgium, Germany, Monaco and Morocco.

 

VALUATION DAYS

For a free and confidential appraisal of your works and property, our experts will be available at our Milan headquarters and throughout Italy during the appraisal days announced below or by appointment outside the proposed dates. 

In the event of further restrictions due to Covid, valuations will be carried out by videoconference.

Tuesday 7 September
Italian Design

 

Thursday and Friday 16-17 September 
Modern and Contemporary Art, Urban Art
Orientalist and African Art

 

Monday 20 September 
Furniture and Works of Art 

 

Thursday 30 September
Jewellery 
Collector's watches 
Hermes and luxury bags

 

Wednesday 27 October 
Modern and Contemporary Art, Urban Art

 

Thursday 28 October
Jewellery 
Collector's watches 
Hermes and luxury bags

 

Monday 22 November 
Vintage Cars

 

Wednesday 24 November
Modern and Contemporary Art, Urban Art

 

Thursday 25 November 
Jewellery 
Collector's watches 
Hermes and luxury bags

 

Wednesday 1 December 
Italian Design

 

Thursday 2 December
Antique paintings

Artcurial Italy

Corso Venezia, 22
IT-20121 Milan
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Dear Customers 
We would like to inform you that our office will be closed from 2 to 22 August. We wish you a happy holiday.

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News

Looking back at 2020

Looking back at 2020

The year 2020 was notably marked by a number of records and millionaire auctions, such as an important stabile by Alexander Calder sold for €4.9M and the masterpiece the Penitent Magdalene by Salaì, a pupil of Leonardo da Vinci, which sold for €1.7M. Find out more in our video…

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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.

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.