Three important landscapes by Henri-Jean Guillaume Martin — featuring the Impressionist’s favorite subjects and locales — highlight a diverse selection of fine painting, prints and sculpture in Heritage Auctions’ Fine European Art Signature Auction June 19 in Dallas. The auction spans works from the seventeenth- through the twentieth-century, including fine examples by French notables Signac, Daubigny, Toulouse-Lautrec, Cortez and Icart. A luminous masterwork from the 1920s by Russian painter Ivan Choultse, makes its auction debut with impeccable provenance. Old Master enthusiasts will find elegant portraits by Dutch seventeenth-century virtuoso Michiel van Musscher and Napoleonic court painter Francois-Joseph Kinsoen, as well as a fine French copy after Caravaggio’s celebrated Cardsharps (Collection Kimbell Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas). “In the realm of European art, it’s a fortunate privilege to of

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