Orientalist Works from the Najd Collection at Sotheby’s, London

by Matthew Innis |

Later this month in London, Sotheby’s will be offering a very special sale of 40 paintings from the Najd Collection of Orientalist art.  These works are representative of what is likely the most important, privately-held grouping of artworks dedicated to this particular genre in the world.  Assembled in . . .

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