At Auction: Sotheby’s Spring Sale of 19th Century European Art, New York City

by Matthew Innis |

Of the regular sales featuring Academic Art, Sotheby’s biannual auction of 19th Century European Art in New York City is my favorite.  This auction always has superb examples of the period, and frequently has up for sale iconic images from certain artists. In this particular sale, being held on May 7th, there are several well-known…

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