PETERBOROUGH, N.H. — October 3 was the second time The Cobbs had sold Benjamin Champney’s painting, cataloged as probably “Mt Washington from Wildcat Mountain.”.... Read Full Article.
VINELAND, N.J. – Session one of the sale of the bank collection of Clive Devenish at Bertoia Auctions will kick-off at 1 pm on Saturday, October 3.... Read Full Article.
The Antiques in Vermont show opens Sunday morning at 8 am at Riley Rink at Hunter Park, iManchester Center, Vt., for early buying and runs through 4 pm.... Read Full Article.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS — The exhibition “Self-Taught Genius: Treasures from the American Folk Art Museum” will be on view at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art.... Read Full Article.
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. — The University of Southern California Libraries have acquired the archive of international architectural photographer Wayne Thom.... Read Full Article.
NEW YORK CITY — Artifacts and memorabilia from the doomed White Star Line’s Titanic passenger ship continue to excite bidders from around the world.... Read Full Article.
NEW YORK CITY — Patrick Nagel’s stylish, bold homage to New York City, “Lady Standing on Statue of Liberty,” is expected to bring $70/90,000 or more when it comes to auction on October 14.... Read Full Article.
Gail and Rich Mellin have been buying and selling Canton since the 1970s. For many years, their customers have begged them to write a book.... Read Full Article.
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