International Herald Tribune news




Subscribe to the newspaper
Find out more >>

ARTICLE TOOLS
CHANGE FORMAT
PRINT PAGE
EMAIL ARTICLE

Remove all clippings Remove all read clippings


LANGUAGE TOOLS

Powered by Ultralingua



ARTICLE TOOLS
CHANGE FORMAT
PRINT PAGE
EMAIL ARTICLE

(+) Font   (-) Font

American Topics
International Herald Tribune

Wednesday, January 25, 1995
When Eli Broad, a Los Angeles art collector, flew to New York and paid $2.5 million for Roy Lichtenstein's 1965-66 pop-art painting "I ... I'm Sorry" at a Sotheby's auction, he paid by credit card, The New York Times reports. Sotheby's now accepts American Express cards at 14 sales outlets. Its rival auction house, Christie's, does not accept credit cards. The purchase entitled Mr. Broad to 2.5 million membership miles on participating airlines.
previous next
   Subscriptions | E-mail Alerts
Site Feedback | Terms of Use | Contributor Policy | Site Map
About the IHT | Privacy & Cookies | Contact the IHT   
   Subscribe to our RSS Feed
Copyright © 1995 the International Herald Tribune All rights reserved