Back to the Future: How to access stories on the Dance Insider & Arts Voyager

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Content, A; Concept, C; Critic, C- : Ghosts in the Machine for Artcurial’s ‘Paris, Atelier du Monde’ Auction

smfall Paris artcurial cocteau 23Jean Cocteau (1889 – 1963), “La leçon d’anesthésie,” 1951. Oil on canvas, 24.02 x 18.11 inches. Signed with the initial and dated upper right. Originally a gift to Jean Marais, Cocteau’s muse. Artcurial pre-sale estimate: 6,000 – 8,000 Euros. Image copyright and courtesy Artcurial.

By Paul Ben-Itzak
Text copyright 2017 Paul Ben-Itzak

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