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Photo Courtesy DC Moore Gallery, New York
For its first exhibit of works from the estate of Robert De Niro, Sr., DC Moore Gallery in New York...
Lillian Bassman’s 1950s-era black-and-white fashion pictures of confident, well-dressed women were...
On a morning in July 1868, British photographer Julia Margaret Cameron’s breakfast was interrupted...
Photo by Erik Karlsson
A Swedish firearms maker that has produced limited-edition hunting rifles displaying design themes...
Photo by David Foxhoven
As an air force fighter pilot in the Vietnam War, Forrest Fenn flew 328 missions and was shot down...
Jack Row Exclusive Writing Instruments debuted its inaugural design, Architect (www.jackrow.com),...
Before Heritage Auctions acquired the estate of Garth Montgomery Williams, Ed Jaster—a senior vice...
Courtesy Hans P. Kraus Jr. Fine Photographs
From the first BMW Art Car, created by American artist Alexander Calder and commissioned by French...
Courtesy Joan Mirviss
With each successive year, Asia Week New York grows bigger and better. In 2012, no fewer than five...
In the decades following the Civil War, budding and polished American artists alike embraced the...
Nearly 200 dealers from more than 30 countries will showcase modern and contemporary artwork by Ai...
Photo courtesy RM Auctions
A vast collection of musical instruments and antique cars will be up for auction at RM Auctions and...
Photo by Guillaume de Laubier
The vast contemporary art collection at the Pompidou Center in Paris has been known to overwhelm...
Photo © Christie's Images Limited 2011
Christie’s Richard Lloyd got a stark demonstration of David Hockney’s popularity when he tried to...
African-American fine art, a long underemphasized niche, receives its due twice a year at New York’...
A $3.8 million sculpture will be the standout piece among more than 80 important medieval,...
The inaugural Metro Show is a new art show being held January 19–22 at the Metropolitan Pavilion in...
In the early 20th century, Japanese fountain pen maker Namiki was faced with a dilemma; merchants...
Photo by Adriano Carafoli
A 6-foot-by-4.5-foot, 330-pound atlas from Australian publisher Millennium House, Earth Platinum (...
Photo by Carmel Fromson
In 1768, when the future King Gustav II of Sweden gave this pair of finely detailed globes to the...

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