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January 2012

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Heritage Auctions Names New Director of American and European Art

Jan 30, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

On the heels of announcing its best-ever sales year, Dallas, Texas-based auction house Heritage Auctions announced the appointment of Brian Roughton as its director of American and European Art.... Read More

Santa Fe's Spanish Market Offers Art Enthusiasts a Rare Experience

Jan 26, 2012  |   Contributor: Ruth Mitchell

Walking through the Plaza in Santa Fe during the August Spanish Market, I was greeted by a small girl with a big smile. “Hi,” she said with a big toothy grin. "Hi there," I mirrored her enthusiasm. I had just met Marissa Chavez, aged 10. I thought she was helping her mother who stood in the background. But then wasn’t I in the youth section of the market? The sun shone and it was a very pleasant 80 degrees. I dreaded going back to 100 plus degree temperatures at home.... Read More

Interview with Sex and the Symphony Mario Frangoulis on Life, Music & Philanthropy

Jan 19, 2012  |   Contributor: Slavica Monczka

One look at operatic tenor Mario Frangoulis and it will be made perfectly clear to you why he has been referred to as the Sex and the Symphony of concert halls. However, there is so much more to Frangoulis than what meets the eye.... Read More

Hand-Carved Carousel to Delight Young and Old at Milhous Auction

Jan 13, 2012  |   Contributor: Deidre Woollard

Many people have childhood memories of rides on the carousel, but only one lucky and deep-pocketed bidder will take home a truly spectacular hand-built, 46-foot custom carousel at the auction of the Milhous Collection February 24-25 in Boca Raton, Florida. r... Read More

Jaeger LeCouture Air New Zealand 70 Sunreef Power Sea Bass
Jaeger LeCouture Air New Zealand 70 Sunreef Power Sea Bass