We're gearing up for next week's auction, The Armory Show at 100: America's Introduction to Modern Art, and thought interested readers would enjoy some of the recent press coverage the sale has received.
This past Sunday, the New York Times ran a story by Judith Dobrzynski in their Fine Arts & Exhibits section, Auctions Organized by Theme, With a Narrative Pull, which included insights from Swann President Nicholas Lowry and an image of Alfred Maurer's Fauve Nude.
This week, Blouin Artinfo made the auction their Sale of the Week, and offered glimpses of Cassatt and Degas works in the sale.
And, back in late September, Newsweek ran an article on The Show that Changed the World, which included a dazzling slide show of images from the New-York Historical Society and Swann.
More information on Swann's November 5 auction is available here.
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