July 30, 2009

Phoenix Ancient Art in ArtNet Magazine

  Fragments and fragments by Brook Mason The logic of pairing Cubist artworks, including a rare Juan Gris painted still-life with pear and bottle (at $1.4 million) with a Roman marble of a draped female body (sans head and arms), was irresistible to New York dealer Hicham Aboutaam of Phoenix Ancient Art. Even the plinths […]

May 1, 2009

Art & Antiques

e-Tiquities in Art & Antiques Magazine

…Phoenix Ancient Art, which specializes in the very highest end of the antiquities market, is devoting much time and effort to a new website called e-Tiquities, launching this month. The site features objects available for purchase at prices ranging from $500 up, such as an Attic Greek terra-cotta lydion (vase) from 500 B.C. for $7,000. […]

May 1, 2009

Tribune des Arts

Phoenix Ancient Art in the Tribune des Arts

As part of the “Association pour l’Art en Vieille Ville – AVV”. Phoenix Ancient Art S.A. is proud to have been able to contribute several Greek sculptures to swiss Audemar Piguet for its exhibit entitled: “Art & Watchmaking, Le Temps au Féminin” including a fabulous Hellenistic Marble Head of Aphrodite (Ht: 37.8 cm) dating to […]

October 23, 2008

Fortune

Really old money

“Auction houses don’t necessarily know the value of the great masterpieces,” Hicham says. “They’re good at the average pieces, but they’re not used to handling the top works. This is why when I hear the estimate at $100,000 for something I’m pursuing, I go with a budget of a million. That means something. That means what I’m seeing is not what they’re seeing.”

October 23, 2008

Phoenix Ancient Art Launches Its First E-Commerce Platform

NEW YORK, May 4 /PRNewswire/ — For many people, antiquities collecting seems like something for only the very wealthy, inaccessible to a general audience. But now, with the launch of Phoenix Ancient Art’s innovative e-commerce site — www.e-tiquities.com — the world of high-end antiquities has been opened to a larger audience than ever before. The […]

September 26, 2005

Business Week

Antiquities to Grow Old With

Antiquities To Grow Old With As new controls on illicit trading bite, the interest in ancient art treasures is on the rise — and so are the prices September 26, 2005, 12:00 AM EDT People have been living in the ancient lands of Gandhara, a remote mountainous region that stretches across northern India, Pakistan, and […]

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