11 January 2001 BUCHAREST, Romania–An auction in New York, canceled at the last minute, startled authorities in Bucharest after it was revealed that one of the country’s most valuable sculptures–“Mademoiselle Pogany” by Constantin Brancusi (1876-1957)–was to be sold. Christie’s scheduled the auction for 18 December 2000 with Brancusi’s piece slated to go for approximately $11 […]

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