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ART START: Christie’s in Paris has laid its hands on a formidable stash of paintings once belonging to Lanvin founder Jeanne Lanvin. Sold to a private collector in 1958, the bounty includes 31 Impressionist and Modernist works by the likes of Boudin, Renoir, Bonnard, Degas and Vuillard, as well as one Picasso from 1922. The works are due to go under the hammer Dec. 1. It is estimated that the sale will generate around 30 million euros, or $40.3 million at current exchange.