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  1. On December 31, 1914, the social pages of The New York Times cheerfully informed readers that Robert Goelet would host New Year’s Day trotting races on Glenmere Lake, part of his estate "near the...
  2. Montblanc is perpetuating its 19-year-old Patron of Art series with handcrafted writing instruments celebrating England’s Queen Elizabeth I. Released earlier this year, the Elizabeth I fountain pens...
  3. Sotheby’s London just may lay claim to the art market’s next big sale: An auction of Old Master and British paintings on July 7 will feature British darling Joseph Mallord William Turner’s stunning...
  4. It is a telling commentary on the state of our culture that the only words by George Santayana, author of The Life of Reason , with which the public is still acquainted are these: "Those who cannot...
  5. On June 28, Sotheby’s will launch its Contemporary Art Evening Sale in London with Yves Klein’s striking work, RE 49, Relief Eponge Bleu . Klein’s paradigmatic blue sponge reliefs have generated...
  6. On June 23, the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation will make its second attempt to sell Pablo Picasso’s illustrious masterpiece Portrait of Angel Fernandez de Soto . The painting, originally scheduled to...
  7. On May 30 in Los Angeles, Bonhams & Butterfields will present the Paul Bloomfield collection of North American coins at the company’s Rare Coins and Bank Notes auction ( www.bonhams.com ). The...
  8. The American painter Jasper Johns is known for his shockingly bright versions of the American flag, the most elusive of which will be auctioned at Christie’s New York Postwar and Contemporary Art...
  9. The 16th-century French artist Valentin Bousch completed some of his most daring work for Prior Wary de Lucy. One such commission, installed in the church of Saint-Firmin at Flavigny-sur-Moselle in...
  10. Istanbul-born, Paris-based painter Mubin Orhon, whose untitled work from 1960 set a record price for the artist at a Christie’s auction in 2008 ($374,500), is a central figure in Sotheby’s upcoming...

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