Introducing The Curator's Eye Introducing The Curator's Eye, a scholarly online exhibition connecting museums, collectors, and dealers with the finest art, antiques and historical objects available on the market.
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A few exceptional items among the 2,200 currently offered by dealers on The Curator’s Eye include a Fifteenth-Century Manuscript Book of Hours on vellum, bound in a gilded French binding. A 1937 painted depiction of the Manhattan Skyline by Reginald Marsh joins a charcoal drawing by Gerhard Richter from c. 1960, which is one of only two known extant drawings by the artist from the period prior to his flight from the Deutsche Demokratische Republik in 1962. To view more outstanding items available from the top dealers across the world, visit www.curatorseye.com.