Bonham’s 19th C. European, Victorian, & British Impressionist Art

by Matthew Innis |

Although one of the world’s largest auction houses, Bonham’s often seems to take a back seat to its larger siblings, Sotheby’s and Christie’s.  In the arena of 19th century art, this often means that the best-known artists and artworks go to the larger houses, and Bonham’s is left sorting through the remainders.  This has not…

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