Posts Tagged ‘Clark Sickle-Leaf Carpet’

GW Moves to Sell the Corcoran’s Fillmore School

The Corcoran's homebase, the Flagg building, might see some changes, too—but not if the D.C. Preservation League can help it.

The Corcoran’s $40 Million Magic Carpet Ride

Last June, the Corcoran Gallery of Art sold a small collection of rugs at Sotheby's. One of them, a famed 17th century Persian rug known as the Clark Sickle-Leaf Carpet, after its distinctive patterning, outdid all predictions: The piece sold for $33.8 million, well over the $5 to $7 million estimate. In all, the lot [...]