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Media Highlight: Old Masters on Sale at Christie's New York

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Christie's International Co-Head Nicholas Hall discusses some of the highlights in the upcoming Old Master Week sales. He speaks with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock."

10 January 2013
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Audio: Salomon van Ruysdael, A landscape with peasants on a dune
Audio: Annibale Carracci, The Annunciation
Audio: Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin, The Embroiderer
Audio: Baccio della Porta, called Fra Bartolommeo, The Madonna and Child
Audio: Scipione Pulzone, called Il Gaetano, Portrait of Jacopo Boncompagni, three-quarter length, in armor
Audio: Raffaello Sanzio, called Raphael, Saint Benedict receiving Maurus and Placidus
Audio: Antonio d'Ubertino Verdi, called Bachiacca, Portrait of a young lady holding a cat
Audio: Agnolo Bronzino, Portrait of a young man with a book
Audio: Claude Gellée, called Claude Lorrain, A wooded landscape
Audio: Jean-Antoine Watteau, Two studies of a young child standing, and another of a young girl seated
Audio: An Important Canadian Collection
Audio: A Distinguished Private Collection
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Gallery Talk: Highlights from the Renaissance Sale
Renaissance Perspectives: Gallerist Fabrizio Moretti
Renaissance Perspectives: Old Master Paintings Specialists Joshua Glazer and Emma Kronman
Renaissance Perspectives: Collector Mickey Cartin
Specialist Tour: Carlo Dolci’s Saint Julian
Specialist Tour: Carlo Maratti’s The Flight into Egypt
Specialist Tour: Abraham Bloemaert’s A mythological scene, perhaps Venus and Cupid
Specialist Tour: Salomon van Ruysdael’s Skaters on the frozen river Lek
Specialist Tour: Pierre-Jacques Volaire’s Mount Vesuvius erupting by night seen from the Atrio del Cavallo with spectators in the foreground, a panoramic view of the city and the Bay of Naples beyond
Specialist Tour: Annibale Carracci’s The Annunciation
Specialist Tour: François Desportes’ Le Déjeuner maigre: oysters, bread, wine, peaches, pears, melon, radishes, salt and figs on a table
Specialist Tour: Jean-Siméon Chardin’s The Embroiderer
Specialist Tour: Paolo Veneziano’s The Veil of Saint Veronica
Specialist Tour: Lucas Cranach II’s Saint Paul in his study
Specialist Tour: Giovanni Pietro Rizzoli’s The Penitent Magdalene
Specialist Tour: Antonio Pollaiuolo’s Battle of the Nudes
Specialist Tour: Alessandro Filipepi’s, called Sandro Botticelli, The Madonna and Child with a pomegranate
Specialist Tour: The Master of the Antwerp Adoration’s “A triptych: The Adoration of the Magi”
Specialist Tour: Baccio della Porta’s, called Fra Bartolommeo, The Madonna and Child
Specialist Tour: Scipione Pulzone’s, called Il Gaetano, Portrait of Jacopo Boncompagni, three-quarter length, in armor
Specialist Tour: Titian’s The Submersion of Pharaoh's Army in the Red Sea
Specialist Tour: Alessandro Filipepi’s, called Sandro Botticelli,'The Rockefeller Madonna': Madonna and Child with Young Saint John the Baptist
Specialist Tour: Antonio d’Ubertino Verdi’s, called Bachiacca, Portrait of a young lady holding a cat
Specialist Tour: Agnolo Bronzino’s Portrait of a young man with a book
Specialist Tour: Thomas Gainsborough’s R.A., Portrait of Caroline, 4th Duchess of Marlborough, half-length, in a blue and white dress
Specialist Tour: Claude Gellée’s, called Claude Lorrain, A wooded landscape
Specialist Tour: Giambattista Pittoni’s Scipio paying homage to Mars
Specialist Tour: Abraham Bloemaert’s Two boys singing
Specialist Tour: Scipione Pulzone’s, called Il Gaetano, Portrait of Pope Gregory XIII, bust-length