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  • FOR 2-9

    GAIL SLUPATCHUK
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    January 31, 2007, Wednesday

    FOR 2-9JOE FYFE: PAINTINGS AT JG/CONTEMPORARYak/gs set 1-31 #686797 NEW YORK CITY — abstract paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Joe Fyfe are on exhibit at JG/Contemporary through March 10. A full-color catalog with a foreword by John Zinsser has been produced for the show, which is Fyfe’s seco...Read Full Article

  • FOR 2-9

    GAIL SLUPATCHUK
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    January 31, 2007, Wednesday

    FOR 2-9TIVOLI ARTISTS’ CO-OP: RECENT WORKSak/gs set 1-31 #686797...Read Full Article

  • It all began on Friday, January 19, at 10 am when the first lot of the Americana sale at Sotheby’s was put up for bid. It all ended late Sunday afternoon, January 21, when the last of 1,080 lots was hammered down. “We are all very happy with the

    R SCUDDER SMITH
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    January 31, 2007, Wednesday

    It all began on Friday, January 19, at 10 am when the first lot of the Americana sale at Sotheby’s was put up for bid. It all ended late Sunday afternoon, January 21, when the last of 1,080 lots was hammered down. “We are all very happy with the sale results,” Leslie Keno, senior vice presid...Read Full Article

  • FOR 2-16

    GAIL SLUPATCHUK
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    January 30, 2007, Tuesday

    FOR 2-16‘VANISHED WORLD OF POLISH JEWRY AT YESHIVA’ UNIVERSITY MUSEUM w/1 cutavv/gs set 1-30 #686393 NEW YORK CITY — Yeshiva University Museum will present an exhibition of approximately 450 pre-World War II photographs of Polish Jews March 1–June 24. On view in New York for the first time...Read Full Article

  • 1½ col stella lily

    GAIL SLUPATCHUK
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    January 30, 2007, Tuesday

    1½ col stella lily Joseph Stella, “Red Lily,” 1944, crayon, colored pencil and graphite with scraping on paper, collection of Joseph and Deborah Goldyne. 1½ col clouet girl Jean Clouet, “Portrait of a Young Girl,” circa 1520, black and red chalk on paper, collection of Joseph and Deborah...Read Full Article

  • Set all at 2col

    GAIL SLUPATCHUK
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    January 30, 2007, Tuesday

    Set all at 2col 1 Claus Emile Claus, “Daisies,” 1897, oil on canvas 19¾ by 30 inches, The Simon Collection. 2 Van Ryss… Théo Van Rysselberghe, “Portrait of Claire Demolder,” 1902, oil on canvas, 38 by 50 inches, The Simon Collection. 7-Delvaux Paul Delvaux, “The Conversation,” 1944...Read Full Article

  • The Brown Collection Of Americana At Sotheby’s

    R SCUDDER SMITH
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    January 29, 2007, Monday

     Set 36 ptThe Brown Collection Of Americana At Sotheby’sSet 18 Tall Case Clock Tops Sale At $108,000 Lots Offered 192: Lots Unsold 22, At Brown Collection Brown Collection Grosses $1,285,080 Cutlines for the brown collection sale sotheby’s...Read Full Article

  • Winter antiques show cutlines

    DAVID SMITH
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    January 29, 2007, Monday

    Winter antiques show cutlines Winter antiques show cutlines Stephen & Carol Huber, Old Saybrook, Conn. David A. Schorsch and Eileen M. Smiles American Antiques, Woodbury, Conn. Schwarz Gallery, Philadelphia Suzanne Courcier and Robert W. Wilkins, Yarmouth Port, Mass. Frank & Barbara Pollac...Read Full Article

  • 1 cut requested 1-29

    GAIL SLUPATCHUK
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    January 29, 2007, Monday

    1 cut requested 1-29 John  Morra, “Green Mixers,” 2006, oil on canvas, 22 by 30 inches. FOR 2-9 HIRSCHL & ADLER JOHN MORRA RECENT PAINTINGS w/1 cut avv/gs set 1-29 #686335 NEW YORK CITY — Hirschl & Adler Modern will present the opening of “John Morra: Recent Paintings” February...Read Full Article

  • FOR 2-9

    GAIL SLUPATCHUK
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    January 29, 2007, Monday

    FOR 2-9MARY RYAN GALLERY New Space in CHELSEA, DONALD SULTANavv/gs set 1-29 #686321 NEW YORK CITY — Mary Ryan Gallery celebrates its 25th anniversary by opening up a new space at 527 West 26th Street, ground level, with an inaugural exhibition of new works by Donald Sultan....Read Full Article

  • FOR 2-9

    GAIL SLUPATCHUK
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    January 29, 2007, Monday

    FOR 2-9BRUCE MUSEUM “WEAVING A COLLECTION” w/4 cutsavv/gs set 1-29 #686311 GREENWICH, CONN. — The Bruce Museum will highlights its Native American basket collection in a new exhibition that opens Saturday, February 10, and runs through Sunday, June 10. “Weaving a Collection: Native America...Read Full Article

  • (2 col)

    GAIL SLUPATCHUK
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    January 29, 2007, Monday

    (2 col) Music box, St Petersburg, Russia, 1907, Workmaster Henrik Wigström, gold, enamel and diamonds. Used by permission, Hillwood Museum & Gardens; bequest of Marjorie Merriweather Post, 1973. —Edward Owen photo MUST RUN 2-2 STUDY TRIP TO HILLWOOD MUSEUM & GARDENS wd/gs set 1-29 #6862...Read Full Article

  • John W. Robinson, 73, Williamstown Dealer

    LINDA BAUER
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    January 29, 2007, Monday

    John W. Robinson, 73, Williamstown Dealer John Robinson, teaching a grandson the ropes. ROBINSON OBIT PAGE 67 lsb set 1/29 WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS. — John Wallace Robinson, 73, of 1501 Hancock Road, died January 27 at his home....Read Full Article

  • Sanford Smith’s Outsider Art Fair

    DAVID SMITH
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    January 26, 2007, Friday

    Sanford Smith’s Outsider Art FairPowerful, Energetic And En Vogue The Outsider Art Fair Outsider Art Fair 633 The dolls of Morton Bartlett and paintings by the gallery’s featured artist William Hawkins were shown by Ricco/Maresca Gallery, New York City.   641...Read Full Article

  • TAAS — AMERICAN ANTIQUES SHOW/WITH CUTS

    DAVID SMITH
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    January 26, 2007, Friday

    TAAS -- AMERICAN ANTIQUES SHOW/WITH CUTS  TAAS SHOW FINDS ITS STRIDE ATTENDANCE JUMPS 25 PERCENT THROUGH FIRST THREE DAYS Taas headlines Set 36 pt head The American Antiques Show Finds Its Stride Set 18 pt head Attendance Jumps 25 Percent Through First Three Days Show Hosts 44 Exhibitors At Metro...Read Full Article

  • One New-Gate Prison and Copper Mine in East Granby was the first North American copper mine. It was chartered by the British Monarchy. When mining ceased in 1773, the subterranean tunnels and chambers were designated a perfect place for criminals, an

    SHANNON HICKS
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    January 26, 2007, Friday

    One New-Gate Prison and Copper Mine in East Granby was the first North American copper mine. It was chartered by the British Monarchy. When mining ceased in 1773, the subterranean tunnels and chambers were designated a perfect place for criminals, and the former mine became the state’s first pri...Read Full Article

  • If all the Americans who take transit to work decided to drive, their cars would circle the Earth with a line of traffic 23,000 miles long.

    SHANNON HICKS
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    January 26, 2007, Friday

    If all the Americans who take transit to work decided to drive, their cars would circle the Earth with a line of traffic 23,000 miles long. The average American spends one out of every $5 on auto-related expenses and puts in the equivalent of ten 40-hour work weeks driving each year. Each commuter...Read Full Article

  • About one billion Valentine’s Day cards are exchanged each year, second only to Christmas.

    SHANNON HICKS
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    January 26, 2007, Friday

    About one billion Valentine’s Day cards are exchanged each year, second only to Christmas. One-third of Valentine’s Day cards are accompanied by gifts. An estimated 25 percent of Valentine’s Day cards are humorous. Eighty percent of all valentines are purchased for relatives. Seven billion p...Read Full Article

  • Prevailing Winds In Concert

    SHANNON HICKS
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    January 26, 2007, Friday

    Prevailing Winds In Concert...Read Full Article

  • Family Film Series

    SHANNON HICKS
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    January 26, 2007, Friday

    Family Film SeriesRIDGEFIELD — In addition to its Lost & Found Film Series and Director’s Cut Film Festival, Ridgefield Playhouse has added a new Family Film Series to its regular offerings....Read Full Article