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Rembrandt Self-Portrait Sells for $18.8 M.—and More Art News –

Rembrandt Self-Portrait Sells for $18.8 M.—and More Art News –


Rembrandt Self-Portrait Sells for $18.8 M.—and More Art News –

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A Rembrandt self-portrait sold for $18.8 million at a Sotheby’s sale in London on Tuesday, setting a record for the most expensive work of its kind ever sold at auction. But that painting was not the sale’s top lot: a $28.9 million Joan Miró previously owned by collector Ronald Perelman topped the auction. [Art Market Monitor]
Artist Petrit Halilaj has dropped out of the Belgrade Biennial, alleging that the Serbian art festival refused to acknowledge his Kosovar identity. [Artnet News]

An investigation into the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s workplace has uncovered allegations of inappropriate behavior and abuse. [The Philadelphia Inquirer]

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