At Auction: Bonham’s 19th c. European, Victorian, and British Impressionist Art

by Matthew Innis |

In Bonham’s upcoming London sale of 19th century art, British art has been united with the art of the rest of Europe, giving us a sale more like we might see in the United States.  However, with the proximity to the rest of the European mainland that Bonham’s London house enjoys . . .

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