LandVest and Christie’s continued to help our clients to global success in 2016. From world-class art to great New England and Adirondack properties, there was one common theme:
“’Quality wins’ is the real take-away from this season of sales”
— Christie’s Global President Jussi Pylkkänen.
TOP ART SALES
Claude Monet brings top dollar for impressionists. “Meule” sold for $81,447,500 — just over $1 million more than the previous record, which was set at Christie’s London in 2008.
A new world auction record was also set for Wassily Kandinsky, whose Rigide et Courbé (1935) — the most important of the artist’s Paris period paintings to ever appear on the market — sold for $23,319,500. Full article: http://www.christies.com/features/Results-from-the-Impressionist-and-Modern-Evening-Sale-November-2016-7925-3.aspx
“The market post-Great Recession has been all about quality. LandVest is unique in the marketplace in that we focus on a curated set of properties designed to appeal to discriminating buyers. LandVest, Christie’s and our global affiliates tap into a market for beauty and joy, with the assurance that what they are buying is truly great. ”
– Ruth Kennedy Sudduth, LandVest