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ARTFIXdaily News Feed - Wednesday, June 9, 2021

"The Arch of Nero," 1846, by Thomas Cole (1801-1848).  Oil on canvas, 60 ¼ x 48 /4 inches.  To be displayed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, this work from the Newark Museum of Art was acquired by the Jacobsen Foundation for $988,000 at Sotheby's in May 2021.  Image courtesy the Thomas H.  and Diane DeMell Jacobsen PhD Foundation.

Philadelphia Museum of Art to Display Thomas Cole Masterpiece 'The Arch of Nero' Recently Sold By Newark Museum; Brooklyn Museum's Deaccessioned Cassatt Will Go On View at Mint Museum



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Alma Thomas (American, 1891 – 1978) Breeze Rustling Through Fall Flowers, 1968.  Acrylic on canvas The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, gift of Franz Bader, 1976

Traveling Exhibition and New Catalogue Highlighting the Multidimensional Creativity of Alma W. Thomas Premieres at the Chrysler in July



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From SUSAN PAGE.  Agate, honey colour with natural darker inclusions minimally carved to reveal the silhouette of a scholar inscribing into rockwork, with a tree to one side.  1780-1850.

Asian Art in London Launches A New Digital Sales Magazine With Prices Listed



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