Sotheby’s European Art Auction, NYC

by Matthew Innis |

In recent years, my descriptions of 19th century art auctions in New York City have sounded a bit like they were written by an ornery octogenarian longing for the good ol’ days.  No present-day auctions seemed to rival the ones from my memory.  If there were one to compare with those grand selections of yesteryear, however,…

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