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  May 10, 2003 | News | Recent Sale | Featured Artist |
  "I have just sold a Paul Jacoulet woodcut - once again, my commitment to artnet is rewarded. The past year has brought me a steady stream of inquiries from knowledgeable art lovers, resulting in immediate or potential sales."
Annalie Winters
Annalie's Fine Art Gallery
Soquel, California
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Arthur J. Nichols
Arthur J. Nichols Fine Art
New York, New York

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Christie's New York evening sale of Impressionist and modern art on May 6, 2003, went off rather well, considering the modest expectations. In all, 25 of 31 lots found buyers, or 81 percent, for a total of $59,737,900. "An excellent result," noted Christie's auctioneer Christopher Burge after the sale, morearrow
by Charlie Finch
Under the tutelage of Francis Naumann, Dickinson Roundell Inc. has launched a show called "Aftershock: The Legacy of the Readymade in Postwar and Contemporary American Art," just in time for the spring auctions. The show features, among others, Bruce Nauman, Robert Rauschenberg, Jeff Koons, Robert Gober, Cindy Sherman, morearrow
Featured Lot
Featured Lot
Diane Arbus,
Three puerto rican women, 1963
US $16,800
Sotheby's New York

Christopher Wool,
Untitled (p 126), 1990
Sold for US $277,500
Sotheby's New York
FAAD Demo Artist: Christopher Wool

Richard Serra,
T.E. Which Way Which Way?
Danese Gallery
Featured Artist: Richard Serra

Art Market Guide 2003
by Richard Polsky
Reason for optimism at the May contemporary sales.

New This Month in U.S. Museums
"Goddess," Polly Apfelbaum, Fred Wilson, John Currin, art from ancient Mesopotamia, "Art and Healing," pulp art, James Rosenquist, Japanese photography, more.

The May Perspective 2003
by Leigh Oswald
Mixed signals in a month with two moons.

Art Chicago 2003
View Artnet galleries at the fair.

New Gallery Members
Visit our 22 New Galleries: Galerie Jacques De Vos, Paris, Lisson Gallery, London, Carl Solway, Cinncinatti, Base Gallery, Tokyo and more.

May Exhibitions Calendar

special features
Featured Artist: Richard Serra

Fine Art Auctions Database
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Click here for a demo on Christopher Wool.

City Focus: Chicago, Illinois

Featured Specialty: Renaissance to Modern

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