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Jean Baptiste Oudry’ The Watchful Doe (‘Biche aux Augets’) is sold for $1,082,500

From the Lot Notes: This remarkable, life-sized portrait of a doe suddenly alerted to an unseen danger is among the early masterpieces of Jean-Baptiste Oudry, the greatest and most celebrated¬†animalier of the 18th century. Its reappearance in 1991 marked it as the most important addition to the artist’s oeuvre since the Second World War. […]

By | 2010-08-06T20:57:29+00:00 August 6th, 2010|Arts|0 Comments

1948 Talbot-Lago T26 Course

What do you get when you combine a rare well documented Talbot-Lago, a concours worthy restoration and maintenance job and multiple grand-prix entries? A car valued at $1.35 Million Dollars. Again from Fantasy Junction in Emeryville, CA: "The direct result of Antoine Lago`s fondness for glamorous and well-engineered cars, as well as his belief that racing could provide a tremendous image boost for road car sales, this car is considered to be the ultimate [...]

By | 2008-11-19T17:25:32+00:00 November 19th, 2008|Cars|14 Comments
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