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Palm Beach: Modern + Contemporary January 11 – January 15 2018

Join Masterworks Fine Art at Palm Beach: Modern + Contemporary hosted from Thursday January 11th – Monday January 15th. Starting with a VIP Preview night and continuing throughout the weekend, Palm Beach: Modern + Contemporary brings together a wonderful collection of previous exhibitors and new ones to showcase an array of contemporary and modern art. This […]

The LA Art Show: Modern + Contemporary January 10-14

  Join Masterworks Fine Art at The LA Art Show: Modern + Contemporary 2018 hosted from Wednesday January 10th – Sunday January 14th. Kicking off with an Opening Night Premiere Party on Wednesday, The LA Art Show will exhibit exceptional painting, works on paper, sculpture, performance, etc. Known for providing dynamic experiences for its audience, over […]

SOFA Chicago 2017

SOFA Chicago 2017 Nov 2nd – Nov 5th

  Join Masterworks Fine Art at SOFA Chicago 2017: The Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design Fair hosted from Thursday November 2nd – Sunday November 5th. Starting with a VIP Preview night  Thursday and continuing through the weekend, SOFA Chicago focuses on three-dimensional artworks that cross the boundaries of fine art, decorative art and design. […]

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Picasso Blue Period Piece “La Grommeuse, 1901” Reveals Hidden Wonder

A delightful and significant surprise was discovered in 2000, when a conservator uncovered a previously unknown painting on the backside of the canvas of Picasso blue period work La Gommeuse, 1901. The painting was of Picasso’s friend and then art dealer, Pere Mañach. Mañach is depicted wearing a red and yellow turban with his body […]

Pop Artist James Rosenquist Dies at 83

James Rosenquist, known for his role in defining Pop Art during the 1960’s died at his home in New York City on Friday. Born in 1933 in North Dakota, Rosenquist studied at the University of Minnesota before moving to New York City in the 1950’s. Rosenquist’s mother was an amateur artist, and very encouraging to […]

Art New York

Art New York May 3rd – 7th

Join Masterworks Fine Art at Art New York from May 3rd – 7th. Kicking off the fair with an opening night VIP preview party, Art New York continues throughout the weekend with a large number of international galleries exhibiting their many works, special exhibitions, and events. This year’s show will take place at Pier 94, […]

Art Market San Francisco

Art Market San Francisco

Join Masterworks Fine Art at Art Market San Francisco hosted from Thursday April 27th – Sunday April 30th. Starting with a VIP Preview night and continuing throughout the weekend, Art Market San Francisco brings together a wonderful collection of previous exhibitors and new ones to showcase an array of contemporary and modern art. This year’s […]

Alexander Calder: Inspiring his Descendants

Alexander Calder: Inspiring his Descendants Alexander Calder redefined art by introducing mobiles into the world and constantly explored different mediums and methods as a way to express his ideas. Now his great-grandson is following in his footsteps in an interesting way. Gryphon Rower-Upjohn is organizing an exhibition of work that melds sculpture, performance and sound […]

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Art Boca Raton

Join Masterworks Fine Art at the premeire Art Boca Raton hosted from Thursday March 16th through Sunday March 19th. Starting with a VIP opening night preview on March 15th and continuing through the weekend, Art Boca Raton brings together a wonderful selection of international galleries for a fair full of art, events, and lectures. This […]

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Pablo Picasso Linocuts Still High in Value

Pablo Picasso linocuts have consistently been some of his highest grossing works of art at auction. Three works in particular remain in the top for auctions in the past 10 years. Picasso began an intense period of linoleum cuts from 1958-1963. Part of this change in medium from lithography and etching was circumstantial. It was […]

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Picasso Seized on Yacht

Pablo Picasso Head of a Young Woman, 1906 was seized from Spanish banker’s Jaime Botín yacht off the island of Corsica this past week. The Spanish culture ministry had been blocking Botín’s efforts to export the work since 2012, on the grounds that there was “no similar work on Spanish territory” from that period of the […]

Another Stolen Picasso Returned, La Coiffeuse, 1911 article by Masterworks Fine Art Gallery specializing in Picasso art for Sale

Another Stolen Picasso Returned

La Coiffeuse (1911) by Pablo Picasso from his cubist period was stolen from the archives of Paris’s Centre Georges Pompidou Museum back in 2001. It was listed on Interpol’s Stolen Art Database and thought lost until December 2014, when it was seized by American customs agents in Newark, New Jersey. The painting was discovered in […]

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Calder Mobiles in the Spotlight

A stunning show of Alexander Calder’s mobile works currently on display at the Dominique Lévy Gallery has the art world talking, as it is intimate and encompassing. A small retrospective, the exhibition is a selection of nearly 50 small Calder mobiles and stabiles, a few less than two inches tall, that the American sculptor executed […]

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“Man Ray: Human Equations” Exhibition

Man Ray: Human Equations is an exhibition currently on display at Copenhagen’s NY Carlsberg Glyptotek Gallery until September 20th, 2015. What makes it stand out is it’s exploration of art and science that intersected at the beginning of the 20th century and defined a significant component of modern art and in particular the role Man […]

Art and Medicine: Teaching about illness through art article by Masterworks Fine Art Gallery

Art and Medicine: Teaching about illness through art

The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA has been working in conjunction with guest artist Ted Meyer for the past five years to educate doctors about illness through art. Meyer curates artist talks and exhibitions that are designed for first and second year medical students, most of whom have not yet had an opportunity […]

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NYC Art on Paper Premier Art Fair March 2nd – 5th

Join our gallery at the Premier Art show in NYC this week; Art on Paper NYC from March 2nd – 5th. Starting with an opening preview on the 2nd and continuing throughout the weekend, Art on Paper brings together an international collection of galleries showcasing works that are unified by their paper medium. This year’s show […]

Art Wynwood International Contemporary Art Fair - February 16-20, 2017 Masterworks Fine Art Gallery exhibiting works by Picasso to Warhol for Sale

Art Wynwood International Contemporary Art Fair – February 16-20, 2017

Art Wynwood International Contemporary Art Fair is finally here! Joins us  from Thursday February 16th – Monday February 21st, 2017. Beginning with an opening night VIP Preview, the show continues over President’s Day Weekend for a weekend full of wonderful galleries, performance art, and lectures. This year’s show will take place in the Art Wynwood […]

Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show February 15th - 21st 2017 Masterworks Fine Art Gallery exhibiting a collection of Picasso ceramics Joan Miro Matisse and Chagall for Sale

Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show February 15 – 21 2017

The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show has arrived! Join us from Thursday February 16th – Tuesday February 21st. From an opening night preview party to a weekend full of lectures on the most pressing topics in the art world such as “The Next Generation of Collecting” and “Collecting & Care of Fine Art,” […]

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What the “Young Girl with Serpent” by Rodin Teaches Us

Young Girl with Serpent (1886) by Auguste Rodin was stolen from a Beverly Hills home in 1991, in addition to over $1 million  worth of property including an additional Rodin sculpture, The Eternal Spring . The case had gone unsolved for over 20 years until 2011, when the statue estimated to be worth around $100,000 was […]

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Gerhard Richter: How Living Artists Impact Their Legacy

Gerhard Richter is an artist well known for his visual abstract style of painting. A sought after and highly public artist, he has been very involved in his own press, the representation and holdings of his artworks, and most notably the creation of his catalogue raisonné. A project that has been in the making for […]

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Art and Immigration

UPDATES: The 9th Circuit denied a request by the Trump administration to overturn the block of the immigration ban in the February 3rd. On February 3rd, a Seattle judge blocked the immigration ban. As of January 28th, a federal judge in Brooklyn granted a stay on the deportations of visa holders in the United States. […]

Pablo Picasso Rose Period Painting The Artist Subject of Lawsuit

Picasso Rose Period Painting The Artist Subject of Lawsuit

Pablo Picasso Rose Period Painting :The Artist” Subject of Lawsuit The Metropolitan Museum was sued in 2011 by Laurel Zuckerman, great grand-niece of Paul Friedrich Leffmann, a German Jewish businessman. The lawsuit claims ownership over the Pablo Picasso Rose Period painting The Artist, 1904-1905. Zuckerman and her lawyers claim that The Artist was sold by the […]

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Windows of Jerusalem: Art – Ancient, Modern, Chagall?

Jerusalem has been back in the news with fervor lately, due to the new administration’s desire to move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Jerusalem is a cultural rich city, full of history, art, and artifacts from many different cultures. Not only does the city hold ancient art, but work from modern day […]

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Sale of Pablo Picasso’s Mougins Estate

Pablo Picasso’s Mougins estate in the south of France has been sold to financier Rayo Withanage, the Founder and Executive Chairman of Scepter Partners. The property, nicknamed L’Antre du Minotaure or ‘The Den of the Minotaur’ was the house in which Picasso lived with his last wife Jacqueline Roque from 1961 until the time of his […]

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Palm Beach Modern Contemporary Art Fair

Join us at the Palm Beach Modern and Contemporary Art Fair from Thursday January 12th to Sunday January 15th. With an opening night premier party and a variety of international artists and exhibitors including Masterworks Fine Art Gallery, the Palm Beach Modern and Contemporary Art Fair offers a full weekend of activities and exploration. This […]

LA Art Show

LA Art Show 2017

Join us at the LA Art Show from Wednesday January 11th to Sunday January 15th. With fine art lectures, artist performances, an opening night premiere party, and various art exhibits including Masterwork’s, the show offers a full weekend of activities and exploration. The LA Art show is held at the Los Angeles Convention Center across […]

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The Intersection of Fine Art and Luxury Real Estate

Real estate and art have been linked for some time, but recently the two have been linked in new ways. Real estate agencies are now beginning to partner with art galleries to include fine art in the staging process. There are a few reasons why this is beneficial to both. The art adds a certain […]

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Happy Birthday Pablo Picasso!

Happy Birthday Pablo Picasso! Yesterday, October 25th, was the birthday of modern master Pablo Picasso, the man renowned as one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century. Born in 1881, Picasso was surrounded by art from an early age. He would have been 135 years old. In his teens, his family moved from Málaga […]

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Icons of Modern Art. The Shchukin Collection, Hermitage Museum – Pushkin Museum

Icons of Modern Art. The Shchukin Collection, Hermitage Museum – Pushkin Museum on exhibit at Foundation Louis Vuitton from October 20th, 2016 – February 20th, 2017. After almost 100 years, the great collection consisting mainly of French Impressionists and Post-Impressionists will be on display in France. The collection was created by Russian textile merchant Sergei […]

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Picasso on a Silver Platter

June 23rd, 2016: Sotheby’s Boundless: Contemporary Art Auction in Hong Kong On June 23, 2016, Sotheby’s will mark the first time a complete set of Picasso silver plates have ever appeared at an auction. The auction will take place in Hong Kong, at the bi-annual Boundless: Contemporary Art Auction. The 24 plates will be offered […]

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Art New York May 3rd-May 8th, 2016

We are excited to welcome Spring with Art New York, a highly-anticipated art fair produced by Art Miami. In its second second year, Art New York will showcase artworks from more than 150 galleries from 50 countries, representing a total of 1,200 international artists. As one of New York City’s premier art events, the show is quickly becoming the […]

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Sam Francis: A Rising Market

Sam Francis: A Rising Market Updates: Continuing to exceed expectation, Sam Francis Composition, 1954 sold for $2,172,500, outside of the 1 million to 1.5 million estimate, at Sotheby’s New York on November 18th, 2016. Sam Francis Summer No. 1, 1957 sold at Sotheby’s for 11,842,000, on the upper side of the expected range. Sam Francis (San Mateo, 1923- Santa Monica, […]

Andy Warhol's First Studio in New York, up for sale for $10M

Selling Andy Warhol’s First Studio for $10 Million

Selling Andy Warhol’s First Studio for $10 Million Andy Warhol’s first studio in New York is up for sale through real estate firm Cushman and Wakefield for $9.975 million. The 5,000 square-foot studio located on 159 E. 87th St. used to be a firehouse which Warhol rented in 1962 for $100 a month. When Warhol […]

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Andy Warhol:Portraits at the Crocker Museum March,13-June 19, 2016

The Exhibition Premise Glamour, drama and color are the most commonly used words in describing Andy Warhol’s works.Holding the title“Pope of Pop”, Warhol exposes our continued fascination with celebrity and popular culture. “Andy Warhol: Portraits” gives viewers  a chance to experience Warhol’s pop iconography. The exhibition will be open from March 13, 2016 to June 19, 2016 […]

Joan Miró: The Force of Matter (La forza della materia)

Joan Miró: The Force of Matter (La forza della materia) Opens in Milan

Introduction to Joan Miró: The Force of Matter (La forza della materia) A major Joan Miró exhibition has opened in Milan, Italy from March 25- September 11, 2016. The show is curated by the Fundació Joan Miró of Barcelona and will give an unparalleled access to the artist’s enigmatic and surreal oeuvre.  The Milanese MUDEC […]

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Frank Stella: A Retrospective at the de Young Museum

Updates: This is the last week to see Frank Stella: A Retrospective at the de Young Museum. The show has been highly lauded by critics. The show at the de Young holds 50 works of art in a range of mediums from American artist, Frank Stella. Frank Stella: A Retrospective will open at the de Young Museum […]

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Pablo Picasso: A Family Affair

When Pablo Picasso passed away without a will, he left behind more than 45,000 works which have become the center of personal and financial struggle between his heirs. The artist was survived by 4 children from 3 different women. They are as follows: Paulo (with Olga Khokhlova), Maya (with Marie-Thérèse Walter), and Claude and Paloma […]


Stella Retrospective at The Whitney Museum

Frank Stella: A Retrospective was on view at the Whitney Museum in New York  from October 30, 2015 to February 7, 2016. The exhibition displayed approximately 100 works, showcasing Stella’s prolific career from the 1958 to the present moment. The exhibition was the first retrospective to be held in the museum’s new building in Chelsea and […]

Ai Weiwei Opens First Solo Show in China

Ai Weiwei Opens First Solo Show in China

Ai Weiwei opened his first solo exhibition in China last month. The eponymously titled exhibition “Ai Weiwei” opened at Galeria Continua at the Tang Contemporary Art Center in 798, the art district in Beijing. Forbidden from leaving China since 2011, Ai has been living and working out of his Beijing compound, and only exhibiting internationally, […]

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American Artist Series: Mary Cassatt

Mary Cassatt was born in Pennsylvania, but lived much of her adult life in France where she befriended Edgar Degas and later exhibited among the Impressionists. Her fame comes from creating images of the social and private lives of women, with particular emphasis on the intimate bonds between mothers and children. As a woman who […]

American Artist Series: Deborah Butterfield | Masterworks Fine Art

American Artist Series: Deborah Butterfield

In honor of the 4th of July, we will be looking at famous American artists in our collection and one is the iconic sculptor Deborah Butterfield: Born in California, Deborah Butterfield credits her birthdate, the 75th running of the Kentucky Derby, as an inspiration for her subject matter. She earned her bachelor’s degree and a […]


American Artist Series: Frank Stella

In honor of the 4th of July, we will be looking at famous American artists in our collection and one who needs no introduction is Frank Stella: Frank Stella grew up in Massachusetts and attended Princeton University, where he majored in history. He visited many New York art galleries and began to pursue art as […]

Picasso Ceramics Market - Remaining Strong and Steady

Picasso Ceramics: A Market Going Strong

Picasso ceramics have taken ahold of the art market to become one of Picasso’s most quickly enduring market segments. Long ignored, the market for them is desirable as works are not only exclusive and limited, but also accessible to emerging collectors much like his lithographs. With beginning prices of around $1,500, some of them fall […]

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Rare Repatriated Klimt “Portrait of Gertrud Loew” to Come to Auction

The repatriation of art that was abandoned, stolen, or sold during World War II is a popular topic. One in particular that has been in the news lately is Gustav Klimt’s 1902 oil on canvas, Portrait of Gertrud Loew. Gertrud Loew, portrayed in the work, along with her late husband Elemer Baruch von Felsöványi inherited […]

Remembering Manet on the Anniversary of his Passing

Remembering Manet on the Anniversary of his Passing, April 30

Remembering Manet on the Anniversary of his Passing, April 30 Manet is commonly understood as being the leader of the Impressionist painters but he was not particularly interested in light, rather he was interested in portraying contrast. At a time when the favored style was conservative, dark, and religious, Manet challenged the accepted art world […]

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Museum Acquires Rare Picasso Glass Work

The National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh has paid £22,500 to acquire a proof of rare Pablo Picasso glass work Capra. Pablo Picasso designed the work in 1954 and Italian glass maker Egidio Constantini produced it, after which another seven variants were made. The work is made from black, white and iridescent glass, and will be […]

Rare Picasso’s to come onto the Market Thanks to Marina Picasso

Picasso Breaks Another Art World Record

Pablo Picasso’s Women of Algiers (Version O) has beat out Francis Bacon’s triptych Three Studies of Lucian Freud to become the most expensive work of art ever sold at auction, breaking an art world record. Bacon’s triptych sold for $142.4 million at Christie’s in November 2013 and Picasso’s Women of Algiers (Version O) sold for […]

Changes on the Way for the US Art Market? If the ART Act Passes, Yes

Changes on the Way for the US Art Market? If the “ART Act” Passes, Yes

Visual artists’ resale royalty rights is a huge issue in the art world as artists often sell their works for less, only to see their value increase over the years without getting a later cut of the profits. More than 70 countries provide visual artists’ copyright protections for their intellectual property, however the United States does not. Therefore […]

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Music Festivals and Art

Usually occurring in April over a series of weekends is Coachella, a music festival that features big name and unknown artists. Outside of showcasing talented musicians however the festival also features installation art. This year there were 19 art installations on the festival grounds including a giant yellow and black caterpillar by Mike Grandaw, which […]

The Controversy of the Rothschild Rembrandts | Masterworks Fine Art

The Controversy of the Rothschild Rembrandts

Private art collectors pose an interesting issue for matters of national heritage as they are granted rights that other businesses and institutions do not hold. As two Rembrandt portraits make their way from France to the United States, there is quite the uproar over the Ministry of Culture and the Louvre for failing to declare […]

Banksy Mural Granted Historical Protection

Banksy Mural Granted Historical Protection

As we previously wrote this past August in Banksy’s Graffiti Art Gets Graffiti Tagged, a Banksy mural was vandalized that depicted several spies eves-dropping on a phone booth in the English town of Cheltenham. Today the building on which he painted his Spy Booth mural was granted protection by the local government. The Cheltenham Borough […]

Matisse: The Cut Outs Exhibition Gets a Movie | Matisse LIVE

Matisse: The Cut Outs Exhibition Gets a Movie

The exhibition Matisse: The Cut Outs that was most recently at the Museum of Modern Art in New York was a phenomenal success. Bringing to light one of the often-ignored stages in Matisse’s career, the show was informative and bold. Accompanying the show, which some individuals may not have been aware of is a film […]

Cezanne and Miró Make Waves in the Market

Happy Birthday to Joan Miró on His 122nd Birthday

Joan Miró drew on inspiration from memory, fantasy and the irrational, which is why his art is so universally cherished and honored. Working on themes that surrounded poetry, novels, plays, political agendas, and his own experiences, he pulled his abstract creations from the real world around him which enabled him to give his works an […]

Fondation Custodia - Little Known but Historic Drawing Collection in Paris

Fondation Custodia – The Little Known but Historic Drawing Collection in Paris

Hidden away behind the Assemblée Nationale in Paris is a little known art foundation that keeps an extraordinary collection of historical old master drawings. Located in the Hôtel Turgot, the Fondation Custodia was established by the renowned Dutch connoisseur and collector Frits Lugt back in 1947. As one of the most famous authorities on old […]

Warhol: The Athletes at Oklahoma City Museum of Art

“Warhol: The Athletes” at Oklahoma City Museum of Art

Andy Warhol’s series The Athletes includes 10 portraits of famous athletes that were commissioned by Andy Warhol’s friend and collector Richard Weisman. Created in 1978, the painting series features NBA all-time scoring leader Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, golfing great Jack Nicklaus, figure skating Olympic gold medalist Dorothy Hamill, boxing icon Muhammad Ali, the infamous O. J. Simpson, […]

Warhol Museum Not Coming to New York After All

Warhol Museum Not Coming to New York After All

The Andy Warhol Museum is one of the most popular museums in the United States. Currently located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the artist’s hometown, the museum has a large and diverse audience thus it made sense for the museum to be apart of a development project that was being planned in New York. However the 6-acres […]


Goldwyn Art Collection for Sale

With the passing of any serious art collector comes intrigue surrounding what will happen to their collection. In the case of the Samuel Goldwyn Jr. estate, the founder of multiple movie studios, you sell. In a collection that’s estimated to be worth between $25 and $30 million, 25 works will be auctioned off by Sotheby’s […]

DreamWorks Animated Movie ‘Home’ Shows Some Love for Van Gogh

DreamWorks Animated Movie ‘Home’ Shows Some Love for Van Gogh

The DreamWorks animated movie ‘Home’ is a touching story of love, loss, acceptance, and friendship that focuses on the adventures of an alien named Oh who is seeking redemption and a girl named Tip who is searching for her mother. In the film’s first weekend of showings, the movie earned over $54 million domestically making […]

Spain’s Only Michelangelo Lives Once More | Museo del Prado

Spain’s Only Michelangelo Lives Once More

Young Saint John the Baptist (1495-96) by Michelangelo sat on view in the Chapel of the Savior of Úbeda, in Andalusia, since it was first put on display in the 16th century. Then came the Spanish Civil War of 1936-1939, in which the sculpture was hammered to pieces and burnt. Thought to be unfixable, the […]

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Another Picasso “Gift” Confiscated

On the heels of the recent French court ruling that found Picasso’s electrician guilty of stealing more than 60 million euros of artwork from him during the later years of his life that the electrician claimed was given to him as a gift from Picasso, comes news of another falsely owned Picasso artwork.  A retired Italian […]

Happy Birthday Goya, The Master of Old and New

Happy Birthday Goya, The Master of Old and New

Happy Birthday Goya, The Master of Old and New A master on the edge of two worlds, old and modern, Francisco Goya was admired for his realistic portraits, romanticism, and later in life his darkness. He was a complicated man who wanted nothing more than to express himself and was able to accomplish that at the […]

The Genius of Van Gogh | A Reflection on the Famous Artist

The Genius of Van Gogh

The Genius of Van Gogh A tortured soul, Vincent van Gogh was a unique artist who worked with a sense of urgency which often caused him a great deal of stress. Largely self-taught, van Gogh started his career copying prints and reading nineteenth-century drawing manuals and books. With his signature technique growing out of the […]

Kunstmuseum Collection at the Reina Sofia Modern Art Museum

Kunstmuseum Collection at the Reina Sofia Modern Art Museum

With the Kunstmuseum in Switzerland currently closed due to renovations, they have traveled 150 of their most impressive artworks to the Reina Sofia Modern Art Museum in Spain. The artworks from the Kunstmuseum collection will be on display for 180 days and include works by Picasso, Warhol, Van Gogh, Kandinsky, Giacometti, Monet, Klee, Gauguin, Rothko, […]

Picasso Heirs Win in French Court | Masterworks Fine Art

Picasso Heirs Win in French Court

In a case that has garnered attention since it first came to light over a year ago, Pablo Picasso’s electrician, Pierre Le Guennec and his wife, Danielle have been ordered by a French court to return over 271 artworks to Picasso’s heirs. Unknown to the public for decades, the works have an estimated worth of […]

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The Artists Studio

Gagosian Gallery is currently showing an exhibition titled In the Studio: Paintings from February 17 – April 18, 2015 that explores the subject of the artist’s studio in works of art. It includes over 50 paintings and works on paper by nearly 40 artists that includes Wilhelm Bendz, Honoré Daumier, Thomas Eakins, Lucian Freud, Jean-Léon […]

The Growth of the Online Art Market | Masterworks Fine Art

The Growth of the Online Art Market

The TEFAF (The European Fine Art Fair) Art Market Report, delivered by Dr. Clare McAndrew of Arts Economics, is considered the authority on data relating to auctions, art fairs, and market trends. With the recent release of the 2015 TEFAF art market report, the growth of the online art market is estimated to have reached […]

Uncle Andy: Crowdfunding for Andy Warhol Movie

“Uncle Andy”: Crowdfunding for Andy Warhol Movie

Members of Andy Warhol’s family want to make a feature-length film consisting of Warhol’s relations reminiscing about him provisionally titled Uncle Andy. Subtitling their project “The Andy Warhol Family Film”, the two filmmakers – Abby Warhola, the artist’s great-niece, and her partner Jesse Best – said it would look behind the public face of the […]

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The European Fine Art Fair Art Market Report Declares Market at Best Ever

The TEFAF (The European Fine Art Fair) Art Market Report, delivered by Dr. Clare McAndrew of Arts Economics, is considered the authority on data relating to auctions, art fairs, and market trends. As it reported in it’s 2015 release, the world art market surpassed $53 billion in sales for 2014. Inside the report there are […]

Cezanne and Miró Make Waves in the Market

Cezanne and Miró Make Waves in the Market

Several of diverse artists that Masterworks Fine Art features sold well at auction this past week, creating an interesting momentum in the market for surrealist and impressionist works.  Vue sur l’Estaque et le Château d’If (1883-1885), rare among Cezanne works due to its vertical-format landscape, sold for $20.5 million at a London auction yesterday, making […]

Michelangelo, 540 years of Inspiration

Michelangelo, 540 years of Inspiration

An Italian sculptor, painter, architect, poet, and engineer of the High Renaissance, Michelangelo is a legend. Born 540 years ago today, he is a man of mystery. Not much is known of his adult personal life and towards the end he destroyed many of his sketches, as he did not want people to know how […]

Cézanne Drawings Rediscovered at Barnes Foundation

Cézanne Drawings Rediscovered at Barnes Foundation

When sending art to the conservator one never knows what will appear and such was the case with the Barnes Foundation. Upon sending two of their watercolors by Paul Cézanne, Chaîne de l’Étoile Mountains (1885-86) and Trees (c.1900), out to be conserved it was revealed that Cezanne sketched drawings on the back of each work. […]

A Very Happy Birthday to Renoir, An Impressionist Master, February 25th

A Very Happy Birthday to Renoir, An Impressionist Master, February 25th

A Very Happy Birthday to Renoir, An Impressionist Master, February 25th Much is written and available about Pierre-Auguste Renoir, one of the most influential Impressionist artists of the 20th century. Thus in honor of his 174th birthday, instead of writing about his achievements and art, presented instead is a list of some interesting and little […]

Paul Gauguin at the Fondation Beyeler in Basel

Paul Gauguin at the Fondation Beyeler in Basel

From 8 February to 28 June 2015, the Fondation Beyeler in Basel will stage the biggest Paul Gauguin special exhibition in half a century. No museum in the world is exclusively devoted to Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) making this retrospective of around 50 works gathered from museums and private collections in 13 countries one of the […]

America's Artist: Norman Rockwell Happy Birthday!

America’s Artist: Norman Rockwell Happy Birthday!

Norman Rockwell was  born on February 3rd 1894. Known as America’s illustrator and painter in the 20th century, no one captured the hearts and minds of everyday Americans quite like Norman Rockwell. Hired as an art director for Boys’ Life magazine at age nineteen, Rockwell was motivated and talented from an early age with his […]

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Louvre is Most Visited Museum Once Again

With more than half their visitors being under the age of 30, the Louvre in France received over 9.3 million visitors last year. This makes the institution once again, the most visited museum in the world. Foreign visitors represented 70 percent of ticket sales, with Americans, Chinese, Italians, British and Brazilians being the most dominate, […]

Rare Picasso’s to come onto the Market Thanks to Marina Picasso

Rare Picasso’s to come onto the Market

Picasso, “Portrait de femme” 1923. Oil on Canvas A selection of Pablo Picasso’s works worth over $290 million owned by Marina Picasso, Pablo Picasso’s granddaughter, will be sold privately through these coming months bringing about a frenzy of interest in both Picasso’s history and his oeuvre. Works said to be available date from 1905 through […]

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Celebrating Henri Matisse and his Beloved Sculpture

Matisse is one of the greatest artists of the 20th century and every year on his birthday he is celebrated around the world. A visionary, his use of expressive language in color and form is renowned throughout his paintings, printmaking, drawings, collages, and sculpture. His sculpture in particular, is perhaps his most fascinating to view […]

Market Watch: Old Masters on Top | Masterworks Fine Art

Market Watch: Old Masters on Top

Just in time for the holiday season, Old Masters are back on top of the market making over $124 million at auction last week. Christie’s totaled $21.8 million, while Sotheby’s Old Master and British paintings sale came in at $84.4 million. With top lots being van Dyck’s portrait of the composer Hendrik Liberti which sold […]

“Une seconde vie”: Henri Matisse's Cut-Outs | Masterworks

“Une seconde vie”: Henri Matisse’s Cut-Outs

The Museum of Modern Art is currently hosting an exhibition titled “Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs” which explores Matisse’s artistic turn in the 1940’s to cut paper as his primary medium. This radical new creation came to be known as a cut-out, and how it works is Matisse would cut painted sheets into forms of varying […]

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The Tragic Beauty of Edvard Munch

Edvard Munch, “Self Portrait,” 1896 Edvard Munch’s artwork captivates the soul, staring straight into the humanity of love, loss, and peaceful life experiences. As we celebrate his 151th birthday today we not only celebrate the legacy of his art but his life: tragically inspiring. Munch’s artwork is known as being incredibly personal and he suffered […]

Helen Frankenthaler : The Woman of Postwar American Painting

Helen Frankenthaler : The Woman of Postwar American Painting

Helen Frankenthaler is one of the most important and influential American abstract expressionist painters, being a major contributor to the history of postwar American painting with the development of a method of painting best known as Color Field. As we celebrate her birthday today, the fascinating aspect of her artwork is that her style is […]

Celebrating Kandinsky's 148th Birthday

Celebrating Kandinsky’s 148th Birthday

Kandinsky is respected throughout the art world and credited with painting the first purely abstract works. However a large part of his success is that Kandinsky had a very special gift called synaesthesia cognate, which gave him the ability to hear colors and see sounds. He had a fascinating journey, being born in Moscow and […]

Hundertwasser, A True Artistic Spirit | December Birthday

Hundertwasser, A True Artistic Spirit

Hundertwasser, A True Artistic Spirit Friedensreich Hundertwasser would have been 86 years old today, had he still been alive to celebrate his birthday, but his art continually celebrates him everyday. A master of many crafts from art to architecture to clothes to stamps, he had a clear vision, and that was to express his belief […]


The FIFA Controversy Surrounding a Picasso

The long embattled Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) is taking another hit to their reputation as the revelations of a British report into the FIFA bidding process for the 2018 soccer World Cup was exposed in the Sunday Times. Painting FIFA in a rather unflattering light, the report alleges that Michel Platini, the executive […]

Celebrating Magritte on his 116th Birthday

Celebrating Magritte on his 116th Birthday

A famous artist during his lifetime who preferred the quiet anonymity of a middle-class existence, Rene Magritte embodied his art. Born November 21, 1898 in Belgium, today we celebrate his 116th birthday and rich legacy. From humble beginnings as a commercial artist, producing advertising and book designs, Magritte grew into one of the most celebrated […]

Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz

The New Exhibition @Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz in San Francisco, California

Ai Weiwei, the Chinese artist and activist, is a persecuted man constantly on the edge of imprisonment which makes his most recent installment called @Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz very intriguing. Organized by the San Francisco–based nonprofit FOR-SITE Foundation in partnership with the National Park Service and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, @Large: Ai […]

Birthday to Picasso

A Happy 133rd Birthday to Picasso

A Happy 133rd Birthday to Picasso! 133 years have passed today since Pablo Picasso was born on October 25th in Málaga, Spain. The nearly century and a half since his birth has been filled with amazing artists. However none have left such an impact on not only the art world but on civilization as a […]

Madoura pottery

Picasso’s Beloved Ceramics Studio in Danger

Madoura Pottery in the town of Vallauris in Southern France is just as Picasso left it 60 years ago, including the furniture, tables tools, and brushes. But the facility itself is threatened with collapse. According to the Journal du Dimanche, this humble Mediterranean pottery studio has “remained in its juice since the passage of Picasso” […]

Andy Warhol: Into the Future | Warhol's Forgotten Digital Artworks

Andy Warhol: Into the Future

Andy Warhol was a pioneer by many standards due to his love of experimentation. This past week Warhol’s experimentation took an interesting turn as it was revealed he created digital artworks, which were released for the first time in over 25 years. Among the rediscovered artworks are Campbell’s Soup cans, self portraits, bananas, Marilyn Monroe, […]

Buying from Masterworks

Masterworks Fine Art Gallery featured on the Huffington Post News

We here at Masterworks Fine Art would like to share great news with you. Our gallery was featured in an article written by Huffington Post contributor Bruce Helander. A 2014 inductee to the Florida Artists Hall of Fame, Mr. Helander was a Former Editor-in-Chief for ‘The Art Economist’ as well as a White House Fellow […]

Pablo Picasso's Ceramic Owls

Pablo Picasso’s Ceramic Owls

It is no secret that Picasso had a fondness for owls. They make appearances in every medium that the artist touched. Just as the artist surrounded himself with his most infamous inspiration, women, he did so with his feathered friends, even adopting a small injured owl that he kept in his studio. A favorite theme […]

De Chirico Authentication Board

The De Chirico Authentication Board, Starting to Crack?

Much along the lines of the Andy Warhol Foundation, which used to authenticate works by Warhol until legal troubles became an issue, the Giorgio and Isa de Chirico Foundation which currently authenticates works by De Chirico is finding itself in the same hot water although under different, very interesting circumstances. As is discussed in the […]


Craft’s Acceptance and Celebration in the Fine Arts

The introduction of craft into the world of Fine Art with a capital A is hardly a brand new concept. For centuries, the World’s Fairs have showcased visual culture from regions that didn’t fit into the standards of Western ideals, albeit the earlier results may have been not the most culturally sensitive. As the Modern […]

Albrecht Dürer

Albrecht Dürer Superstar

As the pioneer of the Northern European Renaissance, Albrecht Dürer is one of art’s greatest “superstars.” From March 24, 2013 to June 9, 2013, The National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. is honoring this talented Old Master with an exhibition entitled “Albrecht Dürer: Master Drawings, Watercolors, and Prints from the Albertina.” Highlighting Dürer’s works […]

Le Reve

The Value of Pablo Picasso’s “Le Reve”

Le Reve, 1932 by Pablo Picasso has had quite the adventure since its creation. Created in 1932 by Picasso, this work was originally part of the collection of Victor and Sally Ganz who purchased the work in 1941 for $7,000. Put up for auction by the family in 1997, this work sold for $48 million […]

Pablo Picasso’s Wonderful Obsession with Pottery

The Beauty in the Fiery Beast: Pablo Picasso’s Wonderful Obsession with Pottery

The Beauty in the Fiery Beast: Pablo Picasso’s Wonderful Obsession with Pottery What makes owning a Picasso ceramic so enticing? Why are they in such demand?  To understand the Picasso ceramics story, one must go back to the beginning, to the summer of 1946, when the artist was staying in the south of France and […]

picasso ceramics

Pablo Picasso Ceramics: Rising Stars of the Art Market

Picasso Ceramics. Two words that are causing buyers and sellers in this ever evolving art market to be incredibly pleased. Rising in demand the past few years, the Picasso ceramic market is one of the strongest out there. For evidence simply look at Christie’s two-day auction of Picasso Ceramics: The Madoura Collection that occurred in […]

Old masters

Old Masters Continue to Master the Market

Old Master week this past January in New York saw record setting sells from multiple auction houses.  Fra Bartolommeo’s tondo of the Madonna and Child sold for $13 million, Thomas Gainsborough’s pastel Portrait of Caroline, 4th Duchess of Marlborough sold for $2.4 million, an artist record was set for Claude Lorrain when A wooded landscape […]

love in art

Valentine’s Day: the Pleasure of Viewing Love in Art

With Valentine’s Day this week, the concept of love in art work is more prevalent than any other time of year. Ken Johnson, art critic for New York Times, provided an editorial musing about the themes of love he found in art around New York City including Metropolitan Museum of Art , and the Whitney Museum. From “Sleeping Eros” sculpture […]

Family Feud

Family Feud: Who can authenticate a work by Pablo Picasso?

Family Feud: Who can authenticate a work by Pablo Picasso? In “Authenticating Picasso,” ARTnews journalist George Stolz brings to light new authentication procedures for Picasso’s works. Stolz takes us back to September 2012 when four of Pablo Picasso’s five living heirs, Claude Picasso, Paloma Picasso, Bernard Ruiz-Picasso, and Marina Ruiz-Picasso, dispersed a letter proclaiming a […]

luxury item

Art as Luxury Items: The Demise of ‘L’art pour l’art?’

In this day and age, art is more of a luxury item than ever.  In a recent article in The Art Newspaper entitled ‘Can their love last forever?’ writer Charlotte Burns comments on the inextricable link between the art world and luxury brands.  Throughout the ages, art has accompanied the wealthy and the powerful.  From […]

Art Education

Turning Around Schools Through Art Education

In an event hosted by the Pace Gallery in Chelsea, New York on Monday December 17, a group of 7th and 8th graders from Roosevelt School in Connecticut had the unique privilege of meeting the renowned artist Chuck Close in person. Close offered these students a private tour of his show, providing insight into his […]


The Magnificent Tapestry: A Neglected Art Form

Tapestries were once one of the most highly prized mediums, with Raphael being paid five times more for the tapestries he designed to adorn the walls of the Sistine Chapel than Michelangelo received for his contribution to the ceiling. Masterful artists wove silk, wool, gold, and silver threads glorifying military triumphs, tales, and worldly domains. […]

Optical Art

The Woman Who Launched an Optical Art

Buried just last week at the Montparnasse Cemetary, Paris, gallerist Denise René will be remembered as the woman who launched the careers of such artists as Victor Vasarely and Piet Mondrian. The Pope of Abstraction never wavered from her initial investment in optical and abstract art. “Beauty is a battle,” states the short text on […]


The Many Faces of Queen Elizabeth II

In honor of London, the host of the 2012 Olympic Games, we would like to take a moment to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II and her relevance to the history of art.  Perhaps one of the most famous and widespread artistic subjects of all time, Queen Elizabeth II’s likeness has been captured by a multitude of […]

Women in the Art World

Women in the Art World: Personal vs. Professional Fulfillment

Anne-Marie Slaughter’s recent article in The Atlantic, “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All” has kicked off a debate regarding her decree that present societal conditions make having both a satisfying work life and raising a family impossible and that the feminist dream to “have it all” is simply not possible. ARTINFO, in response to […]

old master

Old Master Madness

Master Paintings Week is entering its twelfth season in London from June 29 to July 6 and the demand for Old Masters couldn’t be higher. Sure the Old Master market isn’t as flashy as the Modern Art market, but it produces a high percentage in the global art market, one whose value has doubled in […]

Cultural Olympiad to accompany the London Olympics

For those of you who aren’t into sports so much, there will still be plenty to do this summer in London outside of the Olympics. Ruth Mackenzie, formerly head of the Scottish Opera and the Manchester International Festival, has a new project on her hands. Her Cultural Olympiad, running June 21st through September 9th, will […]

“Trophy Hunters”

Spring Auctions Powered by “Trophy Hunters”

The auction season thus far has been truly exceptional. Record breaking sales and artist records are being made all over the place at Christie’s and Sotheby’s due to the rarity of the works being offered and those buyers who covet them. “Super-trophies” are what these rare works with strong provenance are known as, and the […]

Michael Hammer

Where in the world is Michael Hammer?

PIERRE LAGRANGE WANTS TO KNOW Pierre Lagrange is upset and no one can blame him. Untitled 1950, a painting ostensibly created by Jackson Pollock is proving impossible to sell, much less return or authenticate. It would help if Knoedler & Co. Gallery, where he bought the work in 2007 for $17 million, were still open […]

Berthe Morisot

Berthe Morisot Revived

For the first time in over 70 years, Berthe Morisot, the major female figure of the Impressionist movement, has her own retrospective show at the Musée Marmottan Monet in France.  The collection will exhibit paintings, pastels, sketches, furnishings, and personal documents that tell the story of Morisot’s exceptional career. As an adored muse of the […]


Trouble for Sotheby’s?

The CtW Investment Group, an adviser to many union-sponsored pension funds (including the still-locked-out Sotheby’s art handlers) sent out a public notice to shareholders through the Securities and Exchange Commission, accusing the Sotheby’s board of favoritism and an unchanged internal structure since going public. The filing notes that four of the last six board members elected were nominated by […]

Hong Kong-Boat

The Rise of Hong Kong in the International Art Scene

Hong Kong is a bustling city of skyscrapers and commercial excess. It has long been known as a center of trade and finance, not as a Chinese cultural destination like Beijing or Singapore. However, as many articles explain these days, that image is quickly changing as an influx of international art ventures is helping Chinese […]

Dürer Self-portrait

Dürer lovers and soccer fans…who knew?

When Albrecht Dürer painted Self-portrait (1500), he probably never envisioned a stadium full of soccer fans joining a public – and heated – debate over its display. Then again, maybe the 28-year-old artist didn’t know he would become an icon for his state of Franconia (now part of Bavaria). “Dürer back to his city!” read […]

3-D Printing

3-D Printing: The Way of the Future?

Additive manufacturing, also known as 3-D printing or rapid prototyping, is a technique that operates by “building an object layer by individual layer in a single process. Some 3-D printers pipe melted plastic through a nozzle in a process called fused deposition modeling (FDM); higher-tech methods, like stereolithography (SLA) run lasers through a vat of […]


Score one for the Holocaust-era restitution team

The human cost of the Holocaust is recorded in our collective conscious and in the history books, but the material cost may not be quite so fixed or readily apparent. A reminder of this is a high profile restitution case involving a painting by Brescian master Girolamo Romanino (ca. 1484/8 –ca. 1560) and the grandchildren […]

Eye on the market

STOP! News Time: Art Market

B-levels are the new A-levels, if not in the realm of United Kingdom academic tests, than at least in the art world. That’s to say, gone are the days when February auctions of Impressionist, modern and contemporary art evoke nothing more than a wrinkled nose of interest.

Influence of Picasso

Tate Britain: New Exhibition Offers a Fresh Perspective on the Influence of Picasso

Pablo Picasso is known as the greatest artist of the 20th century. His staggering output of more than 20,000 paintings, drawings, prints, ceramics, sculptures, and photographs, gave him an exposure unprecedented for a living artist. Combine that with the fact that he created cubism (with Georges Braque), invented collage, and painted an art masterpiece (“Guernica”), […]

Resilience of the Art Market

The Resilience of the Art Market

Artprice recorded that last year, 2011, was the best ever for the sales of art at auction. With 10.7 billion dollars in earnings for 2011, artists such as Picasso, Degas, Zhang, and Warhol helped make 2011 a stand our year for art. When compared to 2010’s total of 9.5 billion dollars, it is easy to […]

politicizing art

The Arab Spring: politicizing art in the streets

Everyone knows art is political. LA-based artist Shepard Fairey’s red, white and blue portrait of Obama, inscribed with the word ‘HOPE’, quickly became the visual battle call of the 2008 campaign. Equally memorable is the 2010 controversy over “A Fire in my Belly,” a silent film by activist and artist David Wojnarowicz; the Secretary of […]


The Value of Henry Moore

  Henry Moore is one of the most iconographic artists of the 20th century. His works in sculpture, bronze, Rosenthal Porcelain, and on paper are well known for the fluidity of line work that is abstract and detailed. His works effortlessly draw out the viewer’s feelings of compassion, interest, and wonder and thus it is […]


Authencity: The dangers of giving (or not) an opinion

In a thriving art market where works have been selling at high prices at auction (note the $199.8 total for a Modern and Contemporary Sale held last month at Sotheby’s), where blockbuster shows witness ticket hawking and long lines (the London National Gallery’s “Leonardo Da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan” comes to mind), […]


The Andy Warhol Foundation: What Will Happen to Warhol?

The Andy Warhol Foundation has developed a rather convoluted reputation in their quest to catalog and certify the vast collection of over 100,000 (across all media) works that Warhol created. The Foundation Board has made several controversial decisions regarding the authentication of specific prints and screen prints that have landed them with millions of dollars’ […]


Conservation in the 21st Century

Trolling the web for the latest art news, I stumbled upon a fascinating article on Wired. According to Mike Olson, an unlikely partnership with an even stranger toolbox has emerged to restore the frescoes at the Church of Santos Juanes in the Spanish city of Valencia, otherwise known as the birthplace of paella. Between the […]


Art Market Update

Sotheby’s and Christie’s Impressionist and Modern sales this past week provided for an interesting revitalization of the Impressionist and Modern art market. Christie’s tallied $149,773,500, while Sotheby’s tallied $199,804,500 in sales which are remarkable when compared to previous Impressionist and Modern sales. Both sales offered a variety of different works, but as an Artinfo article […]


The Ownerless Moore in Westminster

Though it could be worth up to £5 million, Henry Moore’s Knife Edge Two Piece isn’t being claimed by anyone. The three-ton sculpture, which was donated by the artist to his nation in 1967 and which he recorded as belonging to the City of London, actually resides in the City of Westminster; confusingly, it doesn’t […]


Investing in Art in a Smoke-and-Mirrors Financial Market

The stock market is in marked decline and bonds are showing pitifully low returns. Interest rates are at a minimum, as low as .5% in some countries. Given that the sub-prime mortgage fiasco kicked off this recession in the first place, real estate has not been looking too attractive as a haven for liquid assets. […]

Pablo Picasso at the De Young

Pablo Picasso: From Paris to San Francisco

If you’re from Paris, walking the many galleries of the Picasso exhibition at the San Francisco de Young might be like going home again. If you’re from the Bay Area, “Picasso: Masterpieces from the Musée National Picasso, Paris” will transport you to the French capital. Either way, Pablo Picasso at the de Young will make those attending […]

American Artists

American Artists

In honor of July 4th, Masterworks Fine Art would like to present American artists that we feature in our gallery as they exemplify the ingenuity, integrity, and drive of America’s founding fathers who fought for independence and freedom. Alexander Calder, Jasper Johns, Sam Francis, Andy Warhol, and Deborah Butterfield are all American artists who have […]

London Calling

London Calling

Impressionist and Modern sales were held this week in London with strong results. Sotheby’s ended with $157,543,910 in sales and Christie’s ended at $227,111,142. The stars of both nights were artists we currently sell. Pablo Picasso’s “Couple le Baiser” went for $10,621,070 which is 18 times higher than its previously recorded auction in 1993. Meanwhile, […]

Art Basel: Indications to Come?

Art Basel: Indications to Come?

Art Basel is often described as the world’s top fair for modern and contemporary works and it opens June 15, 2011 with over 300 galleries displaying works for a combined total worth around $1.75 billion, according to specialist insurer Hiscox. Art Basel features galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa. More than […]

Current State of the Art Market 2011

Treating Art as Stock

There is an interesting topic taking hold in the art world that has people talking and it centers around the global trend of creating Art Investment Funds. These art funds allow for individuals to make long-term investments in a portfolio of valuable artworks. What this means is that an art investment company either a) buys […]

Art Market

Art Market Riding High

Now, is the perfect time to invest in art. The international market is booming with great returns, and here at Masterworks we want you to get the best from your investment. That is why we are laying out the best buying markets right now so you know the worth of your investment. Impressionist and Modern […]


Sonia Delaunay: On the Rise

Sonia Delaunay was born in Ukraine in 1885 and was adopted by her affluent Jewish lawyer uncle Henri Terk in 1890. She had a privileged upbringing and traveled Europe widely to various museums and galleries. At the age of 18 she was sent to an art school in Germany and in 1905 decided to move […]

Warhol, Warhol, Warhol

Warhol, Warhol, Warhol

Warhol, Warhol, Warhol: Still Selling Consistently High on the Art Market The talk of the art market these past weeks have all surrounded Andy Warhol, proving once again that you can never go wrong when investing in Warhol. Warhol’s works are still consistently selling at high prices, with over of 52 Warhol’s having gone and/or […]


Japan: Art Community to the Rescue

The tragedy of the March 11, 2011 earthquake in Japan has shaken the art world. Many museums and art galleries are too damaged to enter due to the broken glass, smashed ceilings, and flooding. As evacuations and humanitarian relief continue, no plans have been made to repair or salvage many of the buildings or works […]


Running Sales Are a Good Thing for Both of Us

You may have noticed that we have been conducting several sales recently and you might be wondering why? How can they afford to? Well we’re going to let you in our not so private secret. Due to the art market gaining its confidence back, we are unable to buy in our usual ways. As challenging […]

The Vasarely Affair

On “The Vasarely Affair”

The following is a translated excerpt from the article, “The Vasarely Affair”. Featured in the February 2010 issue of L’Objet d’art magazine, this article was written by Monsieur François Duret-Robert, veteran art-world journalist, professor, specialist in art-world jurisprudence and expert on droit moral. It’s a family quarrel, but one that could deeply impact the image of […]

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