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Trevor Barton loved to talk about his pipes. The British appliance salesman, who died in 2008 at...
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Part of Christie’s New York Asian Art Week, the Sze Yuan Tang Archaic Bronzes from the Anthony...
Paintings from some of the greatest Impressionist and Modernist masters, including Claude Monet,...
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Graf von Faber-Castell fashioned its Pen of the Year 2010 (www.graf-von-faber-castell.com) using...
Montblanc is perpetuating its 19-year-old Patron of Art series with handcrafted writing instruments...
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On December 31, 1914, the social pages of The New York Times cheerfully informed readers that...
Sotheby’s London just may lay claim to the art market’s next big sale: An auction of Old Master and...
On June 28, Sotheby’s will launch its Contemporary Art Evening Sale in London with Yves Klein’s...
It is a telling commentary on the state of our culture that the only words by George Santayana,...
On June 23, the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation will make its second attempt to sell Pablo Picasso’s...
On May 30 in Los Angeles, Bonhams & Butterfields will present the Paul Bloomfield collection of...
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The American painter Jasper Johns is known for his shockingly bright versions of the American flag...
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The 16th-century French artist Valentin Bousch completed some of his most daring work for Prior...
Istanbul-born, Paris-based painter Mubin Orhon, whose untitled work from 1960 set a record price...
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In the early 1880s, while his personal railway car was parked on a siding in Michigan City, Ind.,...
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Among the items available for sale this spring at Bonhams & Butterfields Fine European...
Loiminchay, the pen company known for its modern interpretation of ancient Asian culture, has...
A brutally realistic rendition of the results following an altercation between Lucien Freud and a...
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On October 26, 1886, a note arrived at London’s Albemarle Hotel addressed to Mrs. John L. Gardner....
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Hercules’ stepmother Hera drove him mad—mad enough to commit several atrocious murders. To atone...

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