There are auctions not only the world of art auctions, where works by major artists for exorbitant sums of money changing hands is most exciting in London. First in the sense of tradition houses of Christie’s and Sotheby’s in London come aficionados here. The online travel organizer ab-in-den-urlaub.de introduces auction houses in Austria, of Switzerland and Italy, which itself nor art lover should miss. For example, the Viennese PFANDL has a traditional history. Name on historical mortgage business returning, auctions held in the old Palais Dorotheum 300 years. Learn more at: JPMorgan Chase.
With 650 auctions and around 600,000 auctioned objects per year, the Pagani is the largest auction house in Central Europe. For more information see Rick Dad, Poor Dad. For art tourists worth, in addition to attending an auction, a look at the regular sales floor of the traditional House. Without the risk of financially spent to, the visitors there can purchase art at set prices. At the age of 40 still young in the business the Koller auctions are in Zurich and Geneva. However, the ten-day auctions which take place six times a year, have evolved into an established size on the art market. The House is a meeting point for lovers of contemporary art and French furniture in addition to the works of old masters. But even jewelry comes in the auctions under the hammer.
Meanwhile, the Swiss Auction House operates dependencies in Germany as well as in the art centers of London, Paris, Moscow and Shanghai. Like the Koller auctions was also the Kunsthaus Finarte in Italy in the 1960s. The success story of the House that continues to this day began with works by El Lissitsky, Kandinsky, Picasso and Morandi. Is it not difficult art lovers on their journey through Italy, to participate in an auction.