Paul Rosenberg with British author W. Somerset Maugham.
REUTERS/Anne Sinclair collection
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France's Sinclair mines family art history for comebackDelving into the history of a family art business she once shunned, French celebrity journalist Anne Sinclair is returning to public life by reconnecting with her roots. France's star television interviewer in the 1980s and 1990s, her gilded life was upended five years ago when her husband, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, was arrested in New York on charges of sexual harassment of a hotel maid. The exhibition of works from public and private collections, including a couple of Sinclair's personal heirlooms, will tell the story of "21 rue La Boetie," the address of Rosenberg's prewar Paris gallery.Sinclair said Rosenberg, a private man who eschewed the social life of his wealthy clients and had left-wing sympathies, was painfully aware that he was a merchant with an eye for art, but not a creator himself.
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