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Album of Charles Darwin Portraits to Auction off in the UK for an Estimated £50,000-100,000

Nineteen carte-de-visite portraits of Charles Darwin are estimated to perhaps bring in £50,000-100,000, when they are offered at auction next week by Reeman Dansie Auctions. The cartes are contained in…

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Maurice Georges Chanu: Paris and the Seine

By Alex Novak

Born in France and active from the 1930s through the 1950s, Maurice George Chanu worked primarily in Paris. In 1948, he put together a photo album to…

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Collecting Resources

Cindy Sherman's Film Stills: An Evaluation Nearly 30 Years Later

"She's good enough to be a real actress."

--Andy Warhol, n.d.

"Cindy Sherman's Film Stills are the best of my generation."

--Richard Prince, May 5, 2007 email

Almost 30 years after its completion, Cindy…

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