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    Courtesy of Adam A. Weschler & Son Inc.Sol LeWitt’s silkscreen monoprint “Wavy Brush Strokes” sold for $38,000 at a Feb. 1 auction of Dewey & LeBoeuf’s artwork.

    Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP is raking in the dough from the sale of its artwork, which it once valued at $2.3 million.Some of the defunct law firm’s finest art went on the auction block last week and sold for more than $430,000, according to auctioneer Adam A. Weschler & Son Inc. As expected, the star was Christopher Wool’s “Untitled,” which Weschler’s Leigh Snitiker said sold for $200,000.The firm’s Frank Stella prints did particularly well at the Feb. 1 sale, Ms. Snitiker told Bankruptcy Beat Thursday. . .

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