There’s life in the Old Masters yet, as recent sales show

THE ART NEWSPAPER |  Bendor Grosvenor:

I’d like to propose a new collective noun for Old Master dealers: a grumble. Gather more than two of us together and we quickly become the Eeyores—the perennially pessimistic character fr om Winnie-the-Pooh—of the art world. We complain about almost everything except our own stock. In particular, many like to grumble about “the market”, and some even proclaim it to be dying… Read more

Image: Orazio Gentileschi’s Danaë (est $25m-$35m)