Arts & Culture: What do the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, CNN, BusinessWeek, and the Economists all have in common? Each of these popular highly regarded sources of news and information receives updates regarding the art market from Artprice. TEFAF, the producer of the world's largest European fine art and antique fair, TEFAF Maastricht, has but one listing on the "Links" section of its Web site: Artprice.com.
Artprice is the world leader in art market information. The company has historical records on more than 4 million art auctions dating back to 1700, and it can provide information on more than 2,900 auction houses worldwide. The data-collecting organization owns 900 Web sites, which make up its extensive network of sources used to gather, organize, and compile art market information.
Artprice has information on more than 400,000 individual artists and 290,000 catalogs online. Its various databases offer valuable insight to anyone seeking to buy, sell, invest, or insure a piece of art. There is a database for signatures, monograms, and symbols used by artists, outcomes of auctions, and price indexes. Additional information available includes image libraries, artists' biographies, and alerts and updates through artists alerts. The firm's Web site features top searches of the day by artists and classified ads with more than 70,000 listings.
There are numerous services offered to subscribing members of Artprice that are both free and fee-based. Personalized reports also are available upon request. For more information, visit artprice.com.
For JustLuxe James Rothaar
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