Christie’s 19th Century European Art, London

by Matthew Innis |

At 133 lots, Christie’s spring sale of 19th Century European Art in London is larger than those of the competition.  Unfortunately, bigger is not necessarily better, and despite a few heavy-hitters in the roundup, it is not the most exciting sale in the genre to come up in the past few years. Among those that…

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