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  1. Two important pieces of artwork that were thought to have been missing for decades have suddenly resurfaced, and master art auctioneers Christie’s and Sotheby’s are bringing them back to the public...
  2. From April 13 to 15, more than 200 book dealers from around the world will flock to the New York Antiquarian Book Fair , bearing rare and collectible works that range from a first-edition copy of F...
  3. With a modest two-paned window display framed by a dark blue facade, the Map House ( www.themaphouse.com ) in the Knightsbridge section of London seems like an unassuming cartographer’s gallery when...
  4. First-time patrons of Bauman Rare Books ( www.baumanrarebooks.com ) in New York City will discover the mystique of vintage folios long before a leather-bound first edition is placed in their hands...
  5. Craig Sopin assumed the upcoming 100th anniversary of the sinking of Titanic would boost demand for the ocean liner’s memorabilia—even more than did the discovery of the wreck in 1985 or the release...
  6. Swiss watchmaker Ulysse Nardin, which first found success in the mid-1800s manufacturing marine chronometers, celebrated its nautical heritage by collaborating with Italian pen maker Visconti on a...
  7. Napa Valley Arts in April kicks off on April 1 with a month long series of events, exhibitions, installations, and classes at 30 wineries spanning from Calistoga to Los Carneros. Each winery will...
  8. For its first exhibit of works from the estate of Robert De Niro, Sr., DC Moore Gallery in New York City went for the broad gesture. Robert De Niro Sr.: Paintings and Drawings 1960–1993, from now...
  9. Lillian Bassman ’s 1950s-era black-and-white fashion pictures of confident, well-dressed women were bound to come back into style. Fortunately, she lived to see them embraced as fine art. After her...
  10. On a morning in July 1868, British photographer Julia Margaret Cameron’s breakfast was interrupted by the news that her neighbor, the poet Alfred, Lord Tennyson, had arrived with a gentleman and...

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