ARTS & CULTURE
09/03/2013 10:54 am ET

10 Late De Kooning Works To Go On View, And On Sale

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When Willem de Kooning was a struggling young artist and needed money, he would frequently sell a painting or sculpture as quickly as he made it, often bypassing his dealer, Xavier Fourcade. After the artist’s death in 1997, when the Willem de Kooning Foundation needed cash, it, too — like many artists’ foundations — would sell a work from its holdings, but always privately.

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