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Art Authenticity and Attribution

Art Authenticity and Attribution
Olivia Drage, April 24, 2018

Art Authenticity and Attribution

The authenticity of any artwork is questionable. Is it an original? Is it a copy? Who can it truly be attributed to? These factors become more questionable the further back in art history we travel. This might be due to loss of documentation, the nature of style within artistic movements or forgery.

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Reflections on LAPADA 2017 & an Exclusive Art Preview!

Reflections on LAPADA 2017 & an Exclusive Art Preview!
Harriet Lodge, October 24, 2017

Walking towards LAPADA Art Fair you are met with an impressive view of a building that seems to fit perfectly within the high end and opulent area of Berkeley Square, Mayfair. Surrounded by exclusive restaurants, brands such as Rolls Royce and couture fashion houses, the mid eighteenth century sculptured square provides the perfect setting for a splendid display of antique treasures and modern masterpieces. 

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Sotheby’s November Sales Set New Records

Sotheby’s November Sales Set New Records
Imy Clarke - On behalf of Alchemy Recruitment, November 30, 2016

Sotheby’s have completed their November Sales in New York with a contemporary art evening sale, which totaled a huge $276.6 million. This lot was not only the week’s most impressive in terms of total sum, but also due to its sell-through of 94%, with only 4 out of the 64 lots failing to be sold. 

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Working in an Auction House

Working in an Auction House
Imy Clarke - On behalf of Alchemy Recruitment, January 27, 2016

Working in an auction house can be the perfect place to build a career in art. There are many auction houses around the world, with institutions such as Christies and Sotheby’s as the most famous, which all have different requirements and specialties, but there specific job requirements that all have something in common.

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