The Orientalist Sale at Sotheby’s, London

by Matthew Innis |

At first glance Sotheby’s 6th annual Orientalist sale may seem rather small, and truthfully, at only 39 total lots, it rather is.  But what this sale has lost in quantity, it certainly has made up for in quality, with nearly every work on hand being well above average for the genre. From intimate moments of quiet…

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