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Highlights from TEFAF New York

 

The 67th Regiment Armory on the Upper East Side was buzzing on Friday afternoon.  The works range widely—from antiquities, rare books, and maps to vintage jewels, Asian ceramics, and scrolls, and even modern American paintings. The fair, which originated in the Netherlands in Maastricht, now takes place twice a year in New York, in the spring and the fall, with the latter season, weighted toward Old Masters and historic works. Source Artnet.com

Portrait of a Bearded Man (1895) by Pablo Picasso

Where: Jaime Eguiguren Arte y Antigüedades, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Asking price:
 Approximately $2 million

Source Artnet.com

 

Penitent Magdalene (1717) by Caterina de Julianis

Where: Galleria Carlo Virgilio & C., Rome and London
Sale price: Not available

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Allegory of Fame (ca. 1620) by Artemisia Gentileschi

Where: Robilant & Voena, London, Milan and St. Moritz
Asking price: Approximately $200,000

Source Artnet.com

 

 

 

 

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