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Reclusive Heiress Bequeaths "Monet". Paperblog Pick in Culture

Reclusive Heiress Bequeaths Her "Monet".

Huguette Clark, a reclusive heiress who died May 2011 in New York, has left a painting from Claude Monet’s “Water Lilies” series to Washington D.C's Corcoran Gallery of Art.Clark,... Read more

Marilyn Monroe's Little White Dress Sold Paperblog Pick in Culture

Marilyn Monroe's Little White Dress Sold

They auctioned off Marilyn Monroe's iconic white halter dress from The Seven Year Itch. You remember the one: as she stood over a subway grate in front of the Trans-Lux Theater,... Read more

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