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NORFOLK, Va. – The Chrysler Museum of Art recently unveiled a bronze plaque recognizing the Indigenous Peoples, the traditional stewards of Tsenacommacah, the land on which the museum is located. The plaque is placed in Huber Court. The acknowledgment affirms the Chrysler Museum’s commitment to honoring the Indigenous Peoples whose cultural heritage and artwork is […]
LONDON – An 11th-century bronze Viking die that was discovered in a field in Norfolk, England by a metal detectorist achieved a hammer price of £15,000 (about $19,300) at the Noonans Mayfair auction house on July 18 in its Ancient Coins and Antiquities sale. It was bought by a collector in the UK.
BERLIN – The auction house Jeschke Jadi achieved a world auction record in its June 23 Modern and Contemporary Art sale with Kopf, a modernist bronze head made in 1995 by the German artist Hede Buhl. In a bidding battle that lasted several minutes, an American defeated four German private collectors for the prize, which […]