Flaming June in NYC

by Matthew Innis |

Frederic, Lord Leighton’s 1895 painting, Flaming June, will be making its first public appearance in New York when it comes to the Frick Collection early next week.  The work, now considered Leighton’s masterpiece, once failed to sell when its reserve price of $140 USD (the equivalent of $840 today) was not met at auction in the 1960s. However,…

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