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William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905) The Nut Gatherers (1882)
Judge Grills Detroit Emergency Manager: "Why Not Monetize the Art?"
On day 18 of Detroit's historic bankruptcy trial, Judge Steven Rhodes pressed the city's emergency manager, Kevyn Orr, to state a better argument for saving the Detroit Institute of Art's collection...
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Egyptian-style teapot with crocodile finial, 1800.
Britain's Wedgwood Collection Saved by Speedy Fundraiser
More than 7,000 people donated to a month-long campaign to save the Wedgwood collection in the U.K. from being sold ...
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'The Art Newspaper' Sold to Russian Entrepreneur
Described as a "mathematician, engineer and collector," Inna Bazhenova, who lives in Moscow and in the UK, has acquired The Art Newspaper.
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Inna Bazhenova
Joe Light, Colored Hobo, Gordon W.  Bailey Collection
Our Faith Affirmed –Works from the Gordon W. Bailey Collection at University of Mississippi Museum of Art
The University of Mississippi Museum of Art presents Our Faith Affirmed—Works from the Gordon W. Bailey Collection, which celebrates a major gift by noted, Los Angeles-based collector ...
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Robert Indiana, Alphabet Wall Red/Gold, 2011, silkscreen on canvas.  Image courtesy of American Image Art
Robert Indiana from A to Z: The Alphabet and the Icons
In Allentown ,Penn., nearly one hundred works of art from the private collection of one of America’s most celebrated ...
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Andy Warhol (American, 1928-1987), Camouflage (IIB406-413), edition TP 71/84, 1987, screenprint, 38 x 38 inches, Collection of Jordan D.  Schnitzer, 2006.159
In Living Color: Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation Premieres at Joslyn Art Museum
Reflecting a range of aesthetic concerns and conceptual underpinnings, In Living Color: Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family ...
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Alberto Giacometti, 'Chariot,' painted bronze on wooden base, cast in 1951-52.  Estimate: $100 million-plus.
Giacometti Sculpture Could Fetch $100 Million at Auction
A work by Alberto Giacometti is expected to crack $100 million at auction next month.
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