At Auction: American Art, Christie’s NYC

by Matthew Innis |

After several record-breaking weeks of art sales, the major auction houses all appear poised to add to their 2014 profits with a flurry of year-end sales.  Several, like London’s upcoming Pre-Raphaelite Sale and today’s sale of American Art at Christie’s Auction House in New York City seem ready to capitalize on nationalistic predilections as a means to…

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