LOS ANGELES – It’s been a great year for Matthew Perry. In addition to acting, writing and producing, the Friends star has hit some high notes by buying, restyling and reselling fabulous California properties, an investment activity in which he has been involved for many years. He recently sold two properties: his stunning Century City (Los […]
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SILVER SPRING, Md. – July 29 is International Tiger Day, which celebrates a critically endangered species and inspires help for tigers, which are vanishing. Tigers are one of the most threatened victims of illegal trade. In the last century, 97% of the wild tiger population has disappeared, and fewer than 4,000 tigers remain in the […]
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Wyoming’s capital city, Cheyenne, has been known as the “Magic City of the Plains” practically since its establishment in 1867, when it officially became part of the Dakota Territory. Its status as a railroad town and military encampment only added to its allure, attracting cowboys, ranchers, outlaws and others seeking adventure and […]
BOULDER, Colo. – Artemis Gallery, the globally recognized online auction firm specializing in ancient and ethnographic art, announces the promotion of Sydelle Rubin-Dienstfrey, Ph.D., to Head of the company’s new Fine & Visual Arts Department. An accomplished researcher and writer in the ancient art and antiquities field, Rubin-Dienstfrey has served as Artemis Gallery’s Art Historian […]
DALLAS — Dallas Auction Gallery announces their summer auction, featuring a large selection of important fine art and antiques from Texas estates. The sale includes consignments from premier Austin homebuilder and art collector Bill Milburn, and items from two of the Dallas area’s most renowned dealers in fine English antiques: Canterbury Antiques, for many years […]
BERLIN (AP) – One of Germany’s most ambitious cultural projects, which will feature collections of African, Asian and other non-European art in a partial replica of a Prussian palace that was demolished by East Germany’s communist government after World War II, is opening to the public on Tuesday.
SOUTHAMPTON, Pa. – On Friday, July 23, Stephenson’s Auctioneers of Southampton (suburban Philadelphia), Pa., will conduct the 2021 edition of its popular Mid-Summer Trains & Toys Auction, featuring antique and vintage items from collections and estates through the Mid-Atlantic region. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
IPSWICH, Mass. – John Fiske, editor of Digital Antiques Journal, passed away on July 12, 2021, following complications from heart surgery. He was 81.
WILLOUGHBY, Ohio – Even the best-connected toy buyers in Europe surely would have been surprised by the contents of the Margaret and Joel Weissman antique toy collection, which was offered by Milestone Auctions on June 26. The couple’s beautiful assemblage of German, French and English toys included examples of clockwork and hand-painted toys; automobiles, boats, […]
POTOMAC, Md. – Glenstone Museum today announced plans to construct a building specially conceived to house a major sculpture by American artist Richard Serra, extending the museum’s outdoor program of art, architecture, and landscape along its Woodland Trail. Designed as a collaboration between Richard Serra and Thomas Phifer of Thomas Phifer and Partners, architect of […]