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    For a few days, a traveling museum at Cyclorama

    Wolf Kahn, “Barn Against the Sun #2,” 1985, Oil on Canvas
    Wolf Kahn
    Wolf Kahn, “Barn Against the Sun #2,” 1985, Oil on Canvas

    Forty galleries from the United Kingdom, France, Canada, and the United States take part in the Boston International Fine Art Show Oct. 19-22. Tickets $15. The show features over 3,000 original artworks spanning centuries and styles, from Old Master drawings to contemporary abstract paintings and photographs by emerging and established artists. Every one is for sale, priced at a few hundred dollars for prints to millions for masterpieces. Panels throughout the weekend include a digital tour of homes featured in American Fine Art & American Art Collector by the magazine’s editor as well as interior designers discussing artworks’ relationship to a space. Boston International Fine Art Show, the Cyclorama at Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont St., 617-426-5000, Fineartboston.com

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