Few dealers in town can claim the longevity of Barbara Gillman, who began peddling art out of her home 40 years ago. "Back then I was selling to local banks and thought, 'Wow! This is easy.'"The self-styled doyenne of the fledgling South Florida arts scene went on to open her own gallery in 1979 and ... More >>
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Southeast Bank's vast art collection awaits the auction block