Berks County art collection fetches $4.3 million

 

George D. Horst→ Berks County art collection fetches $4.3 million – mcall.com

You can view the entire George D Horst collection here and learn more details about the Horst collection here.

The auctions most expensive piece brought in $710,500.

Other notable artists represented in the collection include: Frank Weston Benson, Edward Willis Redfield, Childe Hassam, Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, Eugène Boudin, and Charles François Daubigny. 

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