Thursday, June 14, 2012
What's Up With Christie's Art Aucton?
A mysterious pair of wooden figures from 19th-century Canada — created by First Nations carvers on the B.C. coast, and originally obtained more than 100 years ago by an infamous American collector — was sold Monday for about $40,000 at a major sale of aboriginal art in France.
Article by Randy Boswell, Postmedia News. Extracted from The Vancouver Sun.
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