After Uproar, Portugal’s Auction of Miró Works Cancelled

Just hours before Christie’s was set to begin its auction in London, the house withdrew 85 works by the Catalan Surrealist. The Portuguese government inherited the art from a failed bank and had hoped to use the sale proceeds to pay down debt – until an outcry arose.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

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