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Morning Links: Secret $100 M. Cézanne Sale Edition

Cézanne, La Montagne Sainte-Victoire vue du bosquet du Chateau Noir, circa 1904.COURTESY FORD HOUSE

Cézanne, La Montagne Sainte-Victoire vue du bosquet du Chateau Noir, circa 1904.

COURTESY FORD HOUSE

“The Edsel & Eleanor Ford House quietly sold a Paul Cézanne oil painting in 2013 to a private buyer for $100 million, likely making the piece one of the 15 most expensive works of art ever sold.” [Detroit Free Press]

Agnieszka Gratza on the Third Amsterdam Art Weekend. [Artforum]

Collector Barbara Lee has donated 43 works by 25 women to the ICA Boston. [Boston Globe]

“With the U.S. and Cuba restoring diplomatic ties, some art-world cognoscenti are betting that the tiny island could become the next hot corner of the global art market.” [The Wall Street Journal]

John Elderfield of MoMA and Gagosian, heads to Princeton. [The New York Times]

French manuscript dealer accused of running a €700 million ($859 million) Ponzi scheme. [The Art Newspaper]

Sandy Smith at Malraux’s Place in New York. [Art Blog Art Blog]

Greer Lankton at Participant Inc. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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