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    The Most Expensive Paintings Ever Sold

    It’s pretty safe to say the world of visual art is an expensive one. Every year, art collectors drop millions of dollars on famous works of art. From Andy Warhol’s strangest creation to Vincent van Gogh’s most beautiful masterpiece, famous paintings are bought by collectors, fans, and museums in both auctions and private sales throughout […] More

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    Andy Warhol Self-Portrait Goes for $30.1 Million

    Last week may have been one of the most remarkable weeks in the history of art sales. The art-buying frenzy was driven by visual art movement leader Andy Warhol. His ability to successful blend artistic expression, celebrity culture and advertisement lead him to become one of the greatest figures in his profession. Don’t believe me? […] More

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    Street Artists Erase London with Their Art

    Street artists are the creative minds that take average walls along average streets and turn them into something spectacular. There are some street artists so creative and outstanding that people come from all over the world to see their work. In London, however, two particular street artists are taking a different approach to street art. […] More

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    Banksy Street Art Restored For Auction

    The ME Hotel on The Strand where a group of works said to be by the artist Banksy have gone on show, on April 24, 2014 in London, England. The works are seven previously stolen pieces that the organisers of the exhibition, The Sincura Group, say they have found and restored and which will be [...]
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    Ming Dynasty-Era Chicken Cup Sells for $36 Million at Auction

    Normally when you’re drinking a cup of tea it might be from a mug that has a funny message on it, or something sentimental from Father’s or Mother’s day.  Rarely does one drink out of a cup that’s valued quite as high as the record setting Ming Dynasty-Era chicken cup that was recently sold for […] More

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    Sand Sculptures Of Russia Exhibited In Tottori

    Leonardo Ugolini of Italy finishes a sand sculpture named “Saint Basil Cathedral & Moscow Kremlin” at the Sand Museum in the Tottori Dune on April 3, 2014 in Tottori, Japan. The 7th annual sand sculpture exhibition hosted by this world’s first sand museum, features the theme “Russia” this year as mark to hosted 2014 Winter [...]
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    John Lennon’s Drawings To Be Auctioned At Sotheby’s

    LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 21: An untitled illustration of Seven People and a Dog in pen by John Lennon is exhibited at Sotheby’s on March 21, 2014 in London, England. Original drawings, poems and prose written by John Lennon, from the private collection of publisher Tom Maschler, are to be auctioned by Sotheby’s. (Photo by [...]
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