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    'Why in the world can't a portrait gallery' serve a dual purpose?
    Date: 4 Oct 2007 | Views: 2420
    News that Prime Minister Stephen Harper is considering using the heritage building at 100 Wellington St. in Ottawa for private prime ministerial functions has roused baffled comment from across the Atlantic. More...
    "Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs" Attracted Nearly 4 Million
    Date: 4 Oct 2007 | Views: 6552
    “Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs” completed its run today at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia as the most popular museum exhibition in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s history. More...
    A Southern College to Sell Prized Paintings
    Date: 2 Oct 2007 | Views: 2513
    In 1920, students at what was then Randolph-Macon Woman’s College in Lynchburg, Va., raised $2,500 to buy George Bellows’s “Men of the Docks,” a stark 1912 painting of men waiting by the water’s edge. It was the first purchase for what later became the college’s Maier Museum of Art. More...
    Contemporary art prices "UP 55%"
    Date: 2 Oct 2007 | Views: 4116
    The value of contemporary art has risen by 55% in a year, according to a study of auction sales from around the world. More...
    Sotheby's London to Hold Contemporary Art Sale
    Date: 1 Oct 2007 | Views: 4522
    Sotheby’s forthcoming series of Contemporary Art sales in October will be the highest value ever staged in this season. In addition to the annual 20th Century Italian Art sale (scheduled for Monday, October 15th), an Evening and a Day Sale of Contemporary... More...

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