Jane Kallir

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'We felt we had to make a choice and we chose scholarship': why Galerie St. Etienne went non-profit

Jane Kallir explains why, after 80 years as a commercial enterprise, the New York gallery has become a foundation

New York thrift store find turns out to be valuable Schiele drawing

Work found at a Habitat for Humanity shop is estimated to be worth as much as $200,000

Cataloguing Egon Schiele: a digital work in progress

Online database allows scholars to make rapid connections between works

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