At Auction: American Art at Christie’s NYC

by Matthew Innis |

Christie’s Auction House may have some of the best artworks in the world for sale and on display, but when it comes to their website and their online auction images, they have always ranked among the worst. ├é┬áRecently, with the release of the art sales catalog for the upcoming Americana Week, Christie’s made some adjustments…

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