Henri Le Secq - Antique Terracotta Relief of an Angel Slaying a Bull
Jean-Eugene-Auguste Atget - Bords de Marne (Barques), Le Perreux (Seine)
Zhang Huan - To Add One Meter to an Anonymous Mountain
Charles Aubry - Flowers
Albert Renger-Patzsch - Sunflower in Full Bloom (Gefüllte Sonnenblume)
Marinus J. Ortelee - Cafe Le Metro, Paris, France

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Phillips Opens New Auction Facilities in London

Phillips opened a new auction house and exhibition space in exclusive Berkeley Square, London. The official opening will take place during next month's Frieze Art Fair week. The…

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Featured Exhibit

Cyanotypes: Photography in a Blue Mode

By Alex Novak

The cyanotype process was invented and named by Sir John Herschel in 1842, but was most popular around the turn of the century when it was adopted by…

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Collecting Resources

Art of Eating Well in Paris

After hearing about several bad experiences in French restaurants from friends and having numerous people ask me about good places to eat at in Paris, I decided to put together…

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