At Auction: Victorian, Pre-Raphaelite & British Impressionist Art

by Matthew Innis |

  SOTHEBY’S, LONDON, JULY, 14, 2016 –  In the 19th century, before the advent of public art museums, artworks were held privately.  The general public had little opportunity to see these works, and when they did, it was usually at one of two possible types of venues; either a display like a salon exhibition, or a preview…

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