Artprice: Bryan Garnier and Co Study now Available on the Internet

      Artprice: Bryan Garnier and Co Study now Available on the Internet

  PR Newswire

  PARIS, April 18, 2013

PARIS, April 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Artprice and its CEO-founder, thierry Ehrmann, report that the report edited
by Bryan, Garnier & Co. is now available in PDF
format in section Research

About Artprice

ARTPRICE has joined the prestigious SBF 120 index. The SBF 120 index is
composed of the 120 largest French listed companies, including the CAC 40
companies and the country's 80 most liquid stocks.The current liquidity of the
Artprice share is 3.83 million euros per day calculated over 440 trading days
(amounting to a total of 1.688 billion euros).

Artprice is the global leader in databank on Artprices and indices with more
than 27 million indices and auction results covering more than 500,000
artists. Artprice Images® offers unlimited access to the largest Art Market
resource in the world, a library of 108 million images or engravings of
artworks from 1700 to the present day along with comments by Artprice's art
historians. Artprice permanently enriches its databanks with information from
4,500 international auction houses and auctioneers and publishes a constant
flow of art market trends for the main news agencies and 6,300 international
written media. For its 2.072 million members (member log in), Artprice posts
standardized adverts in what is today the world's leading Standardised
Marketplace® for buying and selling works of art by private contract or at
auctions -regulated by French law alinéas 2 et 3 de l'article L 321.3 du code
du commerce-

Discover the Alchemy and the universe of Artprice , which headquarters are the famous Museum of
Contemporary Art, the Abode of Chaos

Artprice is listed on Eurolist B SBF 120 by Euronext Paris (SRD long only):
Euroclear: 7478 - Bloomberg: PRC - Reuters: ARTF

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