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- The work, which took four months to paint in 2002, will be auctioned at Sotheby's this month Lucian Freud and David Hockney are the two most exhibited artists in London this millennium , their names catnip to the UK's museum-going public. Now, Freud's portrait of his friend and fellow artist, painted in daily sittings over the course of four months in 2002, is coming up for sale for the first time at auction this month. Offered in Sotheby's British Art Evening Sale: Modern/Contemporary in ...


- Want to go deep inside a great artist’s mind? MoMA’s Cézanne exhibition is the one to see this summer. If you want to be mystified, awed, undone by an art show this summer, “Cézanne Drawing” at New York’s Museum of Modern Art should do the trick. I saw it earlier this month and still can’t quite believe it. The show is an aesthetic and spiritual windfall. It brings together more than 250 drawings (light-sensitive and therefore rarely exhibited), extending from fascinating study ...


- Picture: The National Gallery, London Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz: The National Gallery in London have announced that their highly anticipated Raphael exhibition will be opening on 9th April 2022 and run till 31 July 2022. The ongoing virus crisis had delayed the planned opening in October 2020. According to the gallery's website: This exhibition, one of the first ever to explore Raphael's complete career, looks at his celebrated paintings and drawings as well as his work in architecture, ...


- W hen encountering the little-known work of Hilma af Klint, you may find yourself asking some questions. “It’s out of time and out of place; it’s almost miraculous,” says Sue Cramer, who co-curated a new exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. “What is this work? Where did it come from? How did it get here?” Born in 1862, the Swedish woman was one of the world’s first abstract artists. Yet where the other founding fathers of 20th century abstraction – the likes of ...


- The National Gallery is facing controversy over its role in the tangled story of how the world’s most expensive painting emerged from obscurity before being sold for a staggering £320m, only to vanish again from the public eye. The gallery exhibited the Salvator Mundi in its Leonardo da Vinci exhibition a decade ago when it was an unknown work with doubts about its attribution, restoration and ownership. The criticisms are voiced in a major film documentary that lifts the lid on some of the ...


- "It looks like the Mona Lisa but the quality of the execution is not Leonardo da Vinci," Christie's International Director of Old Master Painting Pierre Etienne said. A woman looks at the Hekking "Mona Lisa", a reproduction of Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa, painted on canvas by an unknown artist from the 17th century and up for an online sale at Christie’s auction house in Paris, France, June 11, 2021. REUTERS/Lucien Libert Hekking's argument was that the original painting was never returned ...

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- An exceptional little exhibition—and one of my favorite kinds—will be at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts through October 17. The show, “Paul Cézanne: Influence,” is mostly about the influence of Cézanne on later artists, but also looks at the influence of some earlier upon him. Curator Katie Hanson has assembled a small group of pictures that sets one small room at the MFA buzzing with connections. This show focuses on art history, but it’s really more about the nature of art itself ...

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- The Art Newspaper’s Book Club shines a light on art books in their myriad forms and brings you exclusive extracts, interviews, picture galleries and recommendations from leading art world figures. Sign up to our newsletter (👆top right) and follow us on social media using #TANbookclub An expert’s guide to Nam June Paik: five must-read books on the Korean-American artist All you ever wanted to know about Paik, from a “deep dive” into a single work to the best biography—selected by ...


- When art museums got a green light to sell their art, Sotheby’s and Christie’s came running This past year, art lovers paying attention to the plight of museums and the debate around deaccessioning — the term for selling art from collections — have worried that many art treasures would move into private hands. Those fears were triggered when, in the early days of the pandemic, the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) made it easier for museums to sell art to raise money. This is ...


- Paint choice found to be a preservation problem. Originally published 18th May 2020. Some heavy-duty science has been employed to try to better understand and preserve one of the world’s best-known works of art – Edvard Munch’s The Scream. An international team led by Italy’s CNR has used non-invasive spectroscopic methods and synchrotron X-ray techniques to study in detail the nature of the various pigments Munch used, and how these have degraded over the years. Collaborators from ...


- Is this the art crime of the century? “One name keeps cropping up in regard to people not to be trusted due to their links with forgeries—that of Giuliano Ruffini.” So begins a 3,000-word anonymous letter sent to the Paris art crime squad in 2014 that set in motion a chain of events destined to throw the Old Master market into turmoil. The missive—which has never before been made public—called for “an investigation into the origins of works that have appeared from nowhere.” Over ...


- The recently rediscovered painting made headlines in 2017 when it fetched $450m at auction. Then it vanished again EVEN BY THE standards of blockbuster shows, “Leonardo da Vinci” promised to be one to remember. The exhibition, which ran for four months from October 2019, marked the 500th anniversary of the master’s death and was hosted at the Louvre, a museum which owns more of the painter’s work than any other institution. Two years earlier a recently rediscovered artwork of Jesus ...


- Adventures with Van Gogh is a weekly blog by Martin Bailey, our long-standing correspondent and expert on the artist. Published every Friday, his stories will range from newsy items about this most intriguing artist to scholarly pieces based on his own meticulous investigations and discoveries. Who bought the €13m Van Gogh? Britain’s second richest family Montmartre painting was auctioned twice by Sotheby’s, after a bidder failed to have the necessary cash The new owner of Montmartre ...





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