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June 2009 | Important new museums in Amsterdam, Athens, and Berlin; substantial new presentations of permanent collections in London and Prague; a reopening in Oxford; and renovations in Venice notably open their doors to the public this year
June 2009 | A number of exhibitions being mounted across New York State this year commemorate the enduring legacy of the 1909 Hudson-Fulton Celebration
A selection of auction highlights from June 15 - 19 including decorative and fine art; rare prints, maps and books; Indian art; and jewelry.
A selection of auction highlights from June 7 - 12 including Russian art, American decorative art and paintings, jewels and watches, books, and 20th centuru design.
The thick potting, simple decoration, small size and deep shape of the tray would indicate late 18th or early 19th century continental manufacture.
A selection of auction highlights from June 2 - 4 including 19th and 20th century decorative art, 20th century design, 19th century sculpture, post-war and contemporary art, antiquities, and old master paintings.
As the sun comes out of hiding, London's season gets into full swing. Amidst the social swirl of Royal Ascot, the Chelsea Flower Show, and Wimbledon, the venerable Grosvenor House Art and Antiques Fair remains a perennial highlight. Olympia, the daughter of that seminal show, has now matured into a formidable event of its own.
A selection of auction highlights from May 24 - 29 including ten major art auctions at Christie's Hong Kong, English and continental furniture and decorative arts, and Latin American art.
A "Wild, Unsettled Country": Early Reflections of the Adirondacks, which opened last week, includes a selection of paintings, maps, prints, and photographs that illustrate the untamed Adirondack wilderness discovered by artists, photographers, and cartographers who visited the area in the nineteenth century.