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A bitter divorce may bring a fight over the house, the furniture and possibly the children. Rarely does it end with the sale of a Pollock, a Picasso, two Warhols and a Rothko.

However, this is what happened yesterday after a court ordered the auction of the art collection of a New York real estate mogul and his enthusiast ex-wife.

Read the full article here: The Times

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