Rubens’s epic painting of Lot and his Daughters treats a morally ambiguous subject with great artistic subtlety. It’s bound to do well at auction
Christie’s celebrates the great tradition of British painting this month
The estimate is far short of the $100m+ prices notched up in recent years – but then this is a Picasso more cerebral than sexy
Bacon, Warhol, Rothko…All the usual big-hitters appear in this month’s blue-chip sales. For the sake of variety, here are a few other highlights
The architect’s first project in São Paulo restores and adds to one of the city’s historical landmarks
The elegant Bernard Boutet, medieval chess pieces and a vibrant, miniaturist Madonna feature in our preview of April’s art market
A ‘six-footer’ version of Constable’s The Lock has come to market for the first time in 160 years. But who will want to take this monumental painting home?
Koons is nothing if not fearless to invite comparison with the greatest Renaissance artists.
Upcoming highlights include the post-war and contemporary auctions around London’s Frieze Week and the launch of Artcurial in Hong Kong
Asia Week in New York promises everything from delicate early Chinese wares to an elaborately cast imperial ritual bell
Highlights from the world’s most important commercial tribal art event
He’s saved the castle’s Zurbarán paintings; now he wants to transform the town into a hub for Spanish art
A rare work by Lucas Cranach the Elder; a beautiful Bonington, and some exceptional furniture
Aboriginal art, Picasso ceramics, Bacon self-portraits and Pre-Raphaelite work
Sugar, starch and a menagerie of animals: the marriage banquet of Maria de’ Medici and Henri IV of France was a sight to behold
Susan Moore previews upcoming auctions in New York and Hong Kong
It’s all eyes on Maastricht as TEFAF opens for business, bringing together the world’s leading dealers under the roof of the MECC
Susan Moore previews New York sales in the March issue of Apollo
A Cézanne that once belonged to Samuel Courtauld and one of Monet’s Venetian views come to the block in London this month
London’s seminal Asian art initiative embraces the market’s new globalism, but connoisseurship remains at the heart of the event
The Grand Palais plays host this month to another spectacular edition of the grandest fair on the calendar. But is there trouble in Paradise?
Baron Lorne Thyssen-Bornemisza speaks to Susan Moore about the opening of Kallos Gallery in London and his love of antiquities