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Christie’s seeks relief from Donald Trump’s ‘punishing’ tariffs on art

CHRISTIE’S was among the first companies to file for relief from the latest round of President Donald Trump’s tariffs on Chinese imports, arguing the duties would hurt its business and punish the US art market.

Hot, cold and busted sales in London show the risks of...

COMPETING bids for a tiny abstract painting by Robert Ryman climbed higher and higher until — Bang! — the hammer came down on the 1963 canvas at £850,000 ($1.08 million), more than twice its low estimate.

What happens when you unexpectedly buy that $20 million painting

JUST 15 months after Peter Doig’s The Architect’s Home in the Ravine fetched $20 million at Sotheby’s, the landscape was back on the market.

Art dealer to billionaires offers 10 prized works at auction

AN ART dealer with clients including billionaires Leon Black and Ronald Lauder is selling 10 works from his private collection that could set individual auction records for some of the masters who created them.

Christie’s tops Sotheby’s in monster auction week

CHRISTIE’S beat out rival Sotheby’s in a billion-dollar week for both auction houses, thanks in part to eight-figure sales by bold-faced artists.

NYC sale of 172-year-old wine has surprise: It’s still drinkable

IN A chilly wine warehouse in the Bronx two weeks ago, a famous Portuguese wine maker pried ancient corks from five-gallon glass demijohns of 19th century Madeira. Was the wine inside still drinkable? Madeira ages longer than other wines, but 150-plus years?

New York auction houses get set for an ‘extraordinary season’

NEW YORK — Six months after selling a Leonardo da Vinci for half a billion dollars, New York art auction season is back, gearing...