Has Salvator Mundi Been Found?

After Salvator Mundi sold at Christie's in 2017 for $450 million, the world's most expensive painting disappeared without explanation. Now, Kenny Schachter, a writer for Artnet News, has received crucial information about its current location ...

The May of Monet

On May 14, a new record was set for the pioneer of Impressionism when his Meules painting from the famous Haystacks series sold for $110.7 million at Sotheby's.

A Gallery of Beauties at Lempertz

From May 16-June 8, the Cologne auction house Lempertz presents over 2,000 lots at auction, including a portrait painted for King Ludwig's Royal Gallery of Beauties and a Gerhard Richter oil sketch.

A Picasso in a Barn

The Fondation Beyeler, in collaboration with Swisscom, launched the #myprivatepicasso contest last month and the lucky winner displayed Picasso's Bust of a Woman with a Hat (Dora) in his barn!

Gustav Klimt: Artist of Emotion and Eroticism

Controversial for his time and yet undoubtedly a recognized genius, Gustav Klimt is today considered one of the most significant artists of the 20th century and a noteworthy figure of early modernism. Famous for grappling with subjects of the human psyche through his fleshy depictions of the female form, his work transcends planal reality and yet evokes a sense of raw humanity and emotion in its most vulnerable state.

Vincent van Gogh: The Tortured Artist

Vincent van Gogh is an embodiment of the myth of the tortured artist: neurotic, emotional, troubled, and mysterious, but above an uncontested genius. In less than a decade, the painter produced a body of work that's unique in the history of art and has earned him worldwide fame - a supreme achievement for one who during his lifetime was largely ignored.