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Army Approves Site for National Museum

WASHINGTON, DC.- Secretary of the Army John M. McHugh has approved a site on the North Post of Fort Belvoir, Va., for construction of the National Museum of the U.S. Army, scheduled to open in June 2015. The secretary signed the decision memo this wee...

Estate of Dallas Socialites Ray and Clare Stern Brings $175,000+ at...

DALLAS, TX.- The Dallas Estate of Ray and Clare Stern proved quite popular with Decorative Arts collectors from coast to coast, hammering at $177,995 - translating into a 100% sell-through rate - on June 1 as a highlight grouping in Heritage Auctions' ...

On Its 130th Anniversary, Art Gallery of South Australia Unveils $3.6...

ADELAIDE.- The Art Gallery of South Australia opened the doors to the newly refurbished Elder Wing of Australian Art on Saturday 18 June, following a ten month, $3.6 million refurbishment. The opening marked the 130th anniversary of the Gallery for whi...

Malcolm S. Forbes Collection Highlights $1+ Million Auction at Heritage

DALLAS, TX.- More than 100 extraordinary objects formerly displayed in the Forbes Galleries in New York City drew frenzied bidding from around the globe to help Heritage Auctions reach a total of more than $1 million in its June 1 Signature(r) Decorati...

Rare Centennial Vase and Malcolm Forbes Botanicals Lead $1+ Million Heritage...

DALLAS, TX.- A Karl Müller-designed and signed Union Porcelain Works Centennial Vase, manufactured in Greenpoint, NY, circa 1876-1885, sold for $47,800 on Wednesday, June 1, 2011 to lead Heritage Auctions' Signature® Decorative Arts & Design and Gent...

Adrian Villar Rojas Represents Argentina at 54th Venice Biennale

VENICE.- After two months of working in-situ with a team of builders, engineers and sculptors, Adrian Villar Rojas presents The Murderer of Your Heritage, his last installation specially created for the 54th Venice Biennial. The piece is placed in a pr...

Josef Albers’ Study for Homage to the Square Brings $262,900 in...

DALLAS, TX.- A prime late period work by Bauhaus master Josef Albers, Study for Homage to the Square: Stucco Setting, 1958, brought $262,900 as the top lot in Heritage Auctions' $1,552,954 Signature® Modern & Contemporary Art Auction, providing the pr...

Josef Albers’ Study for Homage to the Square Brings $262,900 in...

DALLAS, TX.- A prime late period work by Bauhaus master Josef Albers, Study for Homage to the Square: Stucco Setting, 1958, brought $262,900 as the top lot in Heritage Auctions' $1,552,954 Signature® Modern & Contemporary Art Auction, providing the pr...

Birger Sandzén’s Late Moon Rising Brings $262,900 to Lead $2.597+ Million...

DALLAS, TX.- Birger Sandzén's Late Moon Rising (Wild Horse Creek), 1923, brought a stunning $262,900 as the top lot in Heritage Auction's May 17 combined Signature® Fine American, European Art & Western Art sale, held May 17 at Heritage's Design Dist...

NGC MS65 1795 Flowing Hair Dollar and Huge Gold Nugget lead...

DALLAS, TX.- Silver dollars and golden treasures are among the most important highlights of Heritage Auctions’ Official Auction of the June 2011 Long Beach Expo, with floor sessions held June 2-3 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, ...

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