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  1. On November 20, Christie’s Paris will auction off 65 works by American photographer Richard Avedon (1923–2004), best known for his black-and-white portrait photography featured in magazines such as...
  2. René Lalique crafted some of the finest examples of glass sculpture ever made. But for the artist, his most memorable creation probably was his first. In 1895, after working more than a decade for a...
  3. Had James Bond been vanquishing villains in the 19th century, surely he would have found a use for this Russian strongbox. The circa-1815 safe, which is on offer for $815,000 from New York City...
  4. If the Major League Baseball Opus Marquee Edition had a trading card, the back would read something like this: pages: 790; size: 20 x 20 inches; weight: 75 pounds; images: 1,000+; words: 110,000+;...
  5. When the Tomasso brothers open Scultura III , their third annual New York exhibit on October 21, they expect to draw new collectors and to educate them on some of the world’s most notable and...
  6. New York’s Pace Gallery, once again independent after its April split from longtime partner the Wildenstein Gallery, reflects upon its past and reaffirms its future with 50 Years at Pace, a multi-...
  7. On October 15 in New York, the U.S. Cavalry’s sole survivor from the 1876 battle known as Custer’s Last Stand will be auctioned during a Sotheby’s sale titled Custer’s Last Flag: The Culbertson...
  8. The Ciclotte ( www.ciclotte.com ), a design-driven stationary bike that arrived in the United States this summer from Milan, Italy, is one piece of in-home exercise equipment you will not want to use...
  9. Longtime friends Andrew Butterfield, a lauded art dealer, and Fabrizio Moretti, owner of Moretti Fine Art , share the desire to bring Italian sculpture to the public’s attention. The two have teamed...
  10. Trevor Barton loved to talk about his pipes. The British appliance salesman, who died in 2008 at the age of 88, amassed over the years one of the world’s most comprehensive collections of the smoking...

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