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Going, Going… | Chicago magazine | Chicago Magazine November 2006

Going, Going…

After a locally owned Picasso portrait of the artist’s mistress Dora Maar was sold at auction for $95.2 million, the deal raised profound questions about the loss of the work and the future of the city’s museums.

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When Picasso’s portrait of his mistress Dora Maar sold at auction for a staggering $95.2 million, some members of Chicago’s art elite wondered why the masterpiece had to leave the city



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