10 tips on collecting maps – from an expert who admits to keeping moon maps under his bed. Advice given by Julian Wilson, a specialist in books, maps and manuscripts
A highlight of our Old Master & British Paintings Evening Sale in London, the artist’s historic view across the Elbe captures the city unaltered by war or modernisation
Works set to feature in our upcoming sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art in London — from politically profound portraits to masterpieces sculpted in cigarettes
From the glittering Mediterranean to New York’s iconic skyline, five luxurious homes with balconies and terraces offering incredible views — all from Christie’s International Real Estate
The Apple-1 computer of 1976 succeeded in seeing decades into the future, says Christie’s specialist Andew McVinnish in the latest of our Game Changers films
Eric Gill’s St Joan of Arc realized £2,210,500, achieving a world record price for the artist at auction, during the Modern British and Irish Art Evening Sale on 25 June 2015 in London.
Barbara Hepworth’s Two Forms with White (Greek) realized £3,106,500 during the Modern British and Irish Art Evening Sale on 25 June 2015 in London.
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Specialist Lindsay Griffith breaks down the basics of print collecting
Head of First Open/NYC Han-I Wang shares her tips for collecting optical art, from the importance of condition to advice on incorporating these works into your home
Specialist and Head of Sale Amelia Manderscheid discusses three works from the First Open/ONLINE auction, taking place 16-28 July
Four works by in our forthcoming Old Master Paintings Evening Sale in London reveal both the artistry in the family dynasty, and how practice made perfect
Specialist and Head of Sale, Han-I Wang, selects her favorite works from the July 22 auction, First Open/NYC.
Specialist Lindsay Griffith selects her favorite works from the July 14-15 auction, First Impression.
James Hall introduces Reflections on the Self, a new exhibition at Christie’s Mayfair charting history of the self-portrait, from Dürer through Rembrandt to Lucian Freud and Thomas Struth