At Auction: The Nordic Artists

by Matthew Innis |

In the arena of 19th century art, there are artworks from certain countries which we tend to see less frequently at auction in the United States.  England and France are typically well represented, but the rest of Europe, and, to an extent, the former Soviet States, receive limited space here.  The Scandinavian countries, in particular, seem…

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