19th Century European Art at Sotheby’s NYC

by Matthew Innis |

Sotheby’s sales of 19th Century European Art are some of my favorite events of the year.  When the works up for bid are put on display in New York City twice each annum, it is as if someone has put up a temporary museum catered specifically to my tastes.  Most often on display are works…

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