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Carlos Cruz-Diez, "Physichromie no. 511" extruded PVC, Casein (Plaka), and acrylic inserts mounted on plywood with an aluminum strip frame. Frame: 40"H x 95.25"W. Signed, titled and dated 1970 on the reverse. Sold for $519,000.00.

Carlos Cruz-Diez, "Physichromie no. 511" extruded PVC, Casein (Plaka), and acrylic inserts mounted on plywood with an aluminum strip frame. Frame: 40"H x 95.25"W. Signed, titled and dated 1970 on the reverse. Sold for $519,000.00.

Weight of Balance Above it All  SOLD

Cathy Hegman - Contemporary Artist - Figurative Painting - Weight of Balance Above it All

10.64 carat intense fancy yellow diamond pendant, Sold for $ 223,250.00

10.64 carat intense fancy yellow diamond pendant, Sold for $ 223,250.00

A Yixing Pewter-Encased Teapot The square form body is incised with a three-verse poem, and reversed with a pine tree, with jade handle and spout, and a later silver lid. Qing Dynasty #AsianTeaPot

A Yixing Pewter-Encased Teapot The square form body is incised with a three-verse poem, and reversed with a pine tree, with jade handle and spout, and a later silver lid.

10.04 carat intense fancy yellow diamond ring, sold for $176,250.00

10.04 carat intense fancy yellow diamond ring, sold for $176,250.00

Dallas Auction Gallery to Offer Business Giant’s Collection

Dallas Auction Gallery announces its spring, American and European Fine Art and Sculpture sale on May at CST in the Dallas Design District, 2235 Monitor Street.

Eanger Irving Couse oil painting on canvas titled, "The River Bank," Sold for $95,000.00

Eanger Irving Couse oil painting on canvas titled, "The River Bank," Sold for $95,000.00

Signed M. Elizabeth Price (Ferargil) (LR) oil on board with gold and silver leaf titled "Flower Border I".  Sold for $95,000.00

Signed M. Elizabeth Price (Ferargil) (LR) oil on board with gold and silver leaf titled "Flower Border I". Sold for $95,000.00

Moose Road House in California, by Mork-Ulnes Architects | Architecture | Wallpaper* Magazine

Moose Road House in California, by Mork-Ulnes Architects

Moose Road House in California, by Mork-Ulnes Architects | Architecture | Wallpaper* Magazine

Lapalma’s proposals for a new way of living the office

Times have changed. The office is light Lapalma’s proposals for a new way of living the office

Lapalma’s proposals for a new way of living the office

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