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ARTFIXdaily News Feed - Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Edgar Degas, Danseuses
Heirs Sue Swiss Bank Over Sales of Nazi-Looted Art
An Edgar Degas titled “Danseuses” that sold at Christie's for $11 million in 2009 was listed in the auction catalog as being part of a restitution deal for the “heirs of Ludwig and Margret Kainer,” German Jews whose vast art collection was confiscated...
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Norman Parkinson, New York, New York.  The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art will include photography.
George Lucas Opens Up About Museum Plans
“The great thing about narrative art, it's designed for the people,” said George Lucas. “It was always designed for the people. It's not an elitist art at all.”
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German Museum Directors Protest Sale of Warhol's Presley and Brando
Not everyone is on board with German casino conglomerate WestSpiel's consignment of two seminal 1960s works by Andy Warhol to Christie's November sale in New York. "Triple Elvis" (1963) and "Four Marlon" (1966) could together fetch up to $140 million...
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Andy Warhol's "Triple Elvis" and "Four Marlons" are set to be sold at Christie's.
Thomas Cole (American, 1801–1848) The Angel Appearing to the Shepherds, 1833–34.  Oil on canvas, 101 1/2 x 185 1/2 in.  Gift of Walter P.  Chrysler, Jr., in memory of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch.  Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Va.
Chrysler Museum Becomes "Thomas Cole Central" with Monumental Works from "Voyage of Life" and Chrysler Collection
It’s the story of Everyman, beautifully told by one of the founding fathers of American art. The Chrysler Museum of Art presents Thomas Cole’s Voyage of Life, a special exhibition of some ...
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M.S Rau Antiques
Dallas International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show
Recognized as one of the finest antique shows in the world, the Dallas International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show ...
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Orchid desk and chair, 1903, Louis Majorelle, discovered in Carencro, LA bedroom.
Rare Majorelle Orchid Desk Discovered In Tiny Louisiana Town
A family in Carencro, Louisiana, a town of about 6,000 near Lafayette, was stunned recently when appraiser David J. Goldberg told them the family home held a rare Louis Majorelle desk ...
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Philip Guston Holiday Card.
The Morgan to Exhibit Personal Holiday Cards Made by Artists
The Morgan Library & Museum will celebrate the 2014 holiday season with an entertaining exhibition of rarely-seen handmade cards created by twentieth-century artists for their friends ...
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