Who will offer more than 300 spectacular Chinese, Japanese, and Korean works this fall?
September 7, 2016
A Pair of Paintings of Courtesans Qing Dynasty, 19th Century Saturday at Sotheby’s: Asian Art September 17, 2016
Pablo Picasso held the top spot as the most searched artist on artnet in August—proving his enduring popularity once again.
The top three artists with the highest selling sales totals were: Ruth Whittier Shute — $458,598 with a 100% sell-through rate William Wendt — $431,750 with a 100% sell-through rate Edgar Alwin Payne — $416,500 with a 80% sell-through rate
The most popular artist at auction was Paul Jacoulet with 71 lots—70 of which were offered by a single auction house, Eldred’s Auction Gallery.
Beijing Hanhai Auction Co., Ltd. had the highest number of lots offered with a staggering total of 788. They also had the highest sales total at $4,140,530 with a 72% sell-through rate.
Coinciding with Fall Asia Week, Saturday at Sotheby’s: Asian Art on September 17 will offer more than 300 spectacular Chinese, Japanese, and Korean works. Mark your calendars because this is one sale you won't want to miss.
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