New World Auction Record by Woman Artist

Forget Richter, Warhol and Picasso: Where Are All the Women? by Kathryn Tully, Contributor, Forbes Online One of the more edifying results of Christie’s Impressionist and Modern evening sale in London last night was that a new world auction record was set for a female artist when Berthe Morisot’s 1881 oil painting Après le déjeuner…

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Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry: MOHAI

A Place Comfortable With Boeing, Anarchists and ‘Frasier’ By Edward Rothstein SEATTLE — Everything connects. The first commercial aircraft made by Boeing, in 1919, hangs from the ceiling. It has no wheels because it regularly landed on Lake Union here after airmail runs to Canada. You can see that lake through a hole in the…

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