How Art & Collectibles Are Taxed

How Collectibles Are Taxed By DAN MOSKOWITZ Updated May 04, 2022 Reviewed by LEA D. URADU Investing in art and collectibles can be personally rewarding. As an owner of a

Overlooked Oil Sketch at Dutch Museum Is a Rembrandt

An oil sketch that has languished in obscurity at a Dutch museum for more than a century is now believed to be a true Rembrandt. The Bredius museum in the

Biblical site where Jesus healed blind man excavated for public view: ‘Affirms Scripture’

Biblical site where Jesus healed blind man excavated for public view: ‘Affirms Scripture’ JERUSALEM — The Israel Antiquities Authority, the Israel National Parks Authority and the City of David Foundation

Discovery of Ancient Maya City Halts Ongoing Railroad Project in Mexico – ARTnews.com

Efforts to construct the $8 billion Maya Train project have yet again been thwarted by the discovery of an ancient Maya archaeological site comprised of more than 300 buildings, according

Three paintings from the collection of Willem de Kooning’s heirs will debut at auction this fall. The works are expected to fetch a collective $50 million at Sotheby’s. The three large-scale

What was believed for decades to be an ancient synagogue in central Israel is actually a Roman temple, according to new research conducted by archaeologists. This is the second building

The government of Poland will formally ask the Russian Federation to return seven paintings from a state-run Moscow museum that were looted during World War II. In a statement this

Ella Fontanals-Cisneros, a major collector whose holdings run the gamut of Latin American art to conceptual art to video art, is getting into the NFT game. Using 3D scans, works

Sotheby’s Will Sell Another Rare Version of the U.S. Constitution

Last November, Sotheby’s captured the world’s attention when they offered up one of the only remaining copies of the first printing of the U.S. Constitution, which realized a record-breaking $43.2

The foundations of an ancient temple were discovered under and next to the 18th-century Church of St. Daniel in a Croatian village. The remains of the structure were discovered in