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A male Tyrannosaurs rex.  From the Hell Creek Formation.  Late Cretaceous (circa 67 million years ago).  Approx.  190 bones surviving and mounted on custom frame with additional cast elements.  A separate display for the original skull and teeth.  Size: 37 x 13 x 6 ft (1128 x 396 x 183 cm).  Sold for $31,847,500 in the 20th Century Evening Sale on 6 October at Christie’s in New York.

$38.7 Million Twombly and Record-Smashing $31.8 Million T. Rex Named 'Stan' Lead Christie's 20th Century Evening Sale; Matthew Wong Painting Brings Record $4.5 Million in Contemporary Sale



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Humboldt Forum.  View of the west façade and south façade.  © SHF / GIULIANI | VON GIESE

Humboldt Forum in Berlin, Europe's Largest Cultural Development, Debuts in 2021



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The Rip Van Winkle Bridge, Hudson River and Catskill Mountains from the porch on Olana on a summer's evening.

The Olana Partnership Announces 2020 Frederic Church Award Nominees: Eleanor Jones Harvey and David Redden



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From Sunset Blvd, 1966, Ed Ruscha.  Streets of Los Angeles Archive.  The Getty Research Institute, 2012.M.1.  © Ed Ruscha

Getty Research Institute Presents 12 Sunsets, an Interactive Website Exploring Ed Ruscha's Photos of Sunset Boulevard



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