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Record Total for a Multi-Provenance 20th Century Decorative Arts Sale at...

PARIS.- The first sale of 20th Century Decorative Arts & Contemporary Design, held as part of Sotheby’s new corporate strategy to make Paris its European venue for sales in this field, proved a great success, totalling €4.75m ($6.64m) with 85...

Works by Dutch Designers Tejo Remy & René Veenhuizen at the...

LOS ANGELES, CA.- Industry Gallery exhibits limited edition poured concrete furniture and other works by Dutch designer Tejo Remy, a founding designer at Droog, and René Veenhuizen, his design partner of the past decade, on the Fifth Floor Atrium of t...

Rare Burges Furniture with Literary Connections Acquired for Bedford Museum

BEDFORD.- Cecil Higgins Art Gallery & Bedford Museum has purchased a unique piece of furniture created by one of the UK’s most celebrated 19th Century makers. The rare item is a unique Zodiac settle designed by a leading figure of the 19th century...

Rare Burges Furniture with Literary Connections Acquired for Bedford Museum

BEDFORD.- Cecil Higgins Art Gallery & Bedford Museum has purchased a unique piece of furniture created by one of the UK’s most celebrated 19th Century makers. The rare item is a unique Zodiac settle designed by a leading figure of the 19th century...

Cecil Higgins Art Gallery & Bedford Museum is Hoping to Save...

LONDON.- Cecil Higgins Art Gallery & Bedford Museum is hoping to save a unique zodiac settle designed by 19th century architect William Burges. A settle is a wooden day-bed or bench. This particular piece is highly valuable and is subject to a temporar...

First Solo U.S. Exhibition for Italian Designer Antonio Pio at Industry...

WASHINGTON, DC.- Industry Gallery opened Nature / Data, the first solo U.S. exhibition for New York‐based Italian designer and architect Antonio Pio Saracino. The exhibition, which runs through October 30, 2010, premieres two new designs, feature...

Archivist Finds 1794 Document in Eisenhower Papers

ABILENE, KAN. (AP).- A document written by a federal judge 216 years ago has turned up in an unlikely place: in President Dwight Eisenhower's archives in Kansas. The 1794 document, signed by Judge Richard Peters, was found at the Eisenhower Presidenti...

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