At Auction: Bonham’s American Art, NYC

by Matthew Innis |

Just his week, Bonham’s Auction House held its sale of American Art in New York City.  A wide variety of works were on offer, from the Boston School and American Impressionism,  to Abstract Impressionism, naïve art, and even American Illustration.  The auction was split about evenly between Modern and traditional art, and the number of…

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