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  1. Hercules’ stepmother Hera drove him mad—mad enough to commit several atrocious murders. To atone for his sins, the son of Zeus had to complete the Labors of Hercules, a series of 12 seemingly...
  2. American expatriate painter John Singer Sargent once humbly quipped, "Every time I paint a portrait I lose a friend." However, long before the social elite of the early 20th century began to climb...
  3. This year’s American International Fine Art Fair in Palm Beach, Florida, will feature more than 30 new exhibitors, providing a lineup that will surpass 80 exhibitors. The fair, which helps kick off...
  4. In 1827, while exhibiting his products in Washington, D.C., globe maker James Wilson declared himself the preeminent American practitioner of his craft. Wilson went on to claim that he had achieved "...
  5. The roundly talented Italian-born American painter John Singer Sargent (1856–1925) is perhaps best known for Madame X , a portrait of Madame Gautreau in which the artist emphasized the Parisian...
  6. It is rare that a sizable collection of Pablo Picasso’s work lands in the desert of Southern California, much less one that includes a previously undiscovered piece. But the current exhibition at...
  7. History consists of alternating phases of vitality and decay, in between which interesting things happen. Spanning the decades from the end of the Franco-Prussian War to the advent of World War I,...
  8. THE GIFT The finest graded mint specimen of stamp collecting’s most famous rarity, the Inverted Jenny. $1.25 MILLION When stamp collector William T. Robey went to a Washington, D.C., post office...
  9. THE GIFT Art-consultant-guided private tours of 43 museums in 11 cities spanning 18 days, including stops in New York City, London, Paris, Athens, Rome, Shanghai, Tokyo, and Los Angeles. After-hours...
  10. THE GIFT A game-used 1927 Lou Gehrig bat. A charitable donation to the ALS Association in the recipient’s name. $500,000 Babe Ruth and lou gehrig are widely considered to be baseball’s greatest one-...

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