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- Publication with new scientific analysis of the picture was withdrawn after the Saudi authorities refused to loan Leonardo’s $450m painting to Paris The Art Newspaper has seen a publication on Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi, which the Louvre printed and then withdrew days before the opening of its Leonardo exhibition last October. At least one copy of the 45-page book, containing new detailed scientific analysis of the painting, was inadvertently sold at the museum’s bookshop. A Louvre spokesperson confirmed that “the book was a project in case the Louvre got the chance to present ...


- You may not be able to visit your favorite art museum in person, but the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles has found a way to get a nation of shut-ins to discover the artist that lives within all of us. Last Wednesday, the museum issued a simple challenge on Twitter: Re-create your favorite art using objects lying around home. The result has been an avalanche of imaginative recreations from ordinary folks who are stuck at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Take a gander at “L’Absinthe,” top, painted in 1875 by French artist Edgar Degas. The original, left, hangs in the Musee d’Orsay ...

Source: forbes.com

- THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — A Dutch museum says that a painting by Vincent van Gogh was stolen in a raid overnight. The Singer Laren museum east of Amsterdam says “Spring Garden” by the Dutch master was stolen in the early hours of Monday. Police are investigating a break-in at a Dutch art museum that is currently closed because of restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus, the museum and police said Monday. It wasn’t immediately clear whether any other paintings or other artworks were stolen in the heist. The museum did not release any details. It scheduled a ...

Source: usatoday.com

- Curator Hans Ulrich Obrist Proposes Massive Public Art Project in Response to Coronavirus has revealed his own idea to help foster art-making in the time of a pandemic: a vast public arts project on the scale of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Great Depression–era work-relief programs. In detailing his plans to the "With the WPA, they went out into the community: artists got salaries and were able to research and create work during the New Deal era," Obrist, who serves as artistic director of London’s From 1935 through 1943, artists enlisted by PWAP and WPA produced roughly 15,000 public ...

Source: artnews.com

- Step inside some of London’s most celebrated galleries and see the city’s latest exhibitions by joining these virtual reality tours. Tate Modern London’s most prominent museum for modern and contemporary art, Tate Modern offers a continual stream of blockbuster exhibitions running alongside permanent international art exhibitions and displays encompassing works from the national collection. During this period of lockdown, Tate is inviting visitors into the gallery through a series of virtual exhibitions. Online displays include Living Cities, in which artworks represent artists’ ...

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- The museum had first ruled out restitution in 2008. The Kunstmuseum Basel has had a change of heart. The Swiss museum had long defended its decision to purchase some 200 works on paper owned by Jewish collector Curt Glaser at a Berlin auction in 1933. Now, 12 years after rejecting a restitution claim from Glaser’s heirs, the museum has agreed to a settlement totaling an undisclosed sum. The collection is estimated to be worth more than $2 million and features works by Henri Matisse, Max Beckmann, Auguste Rodin, Marc Chagall, Oskar Kokoschka, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, and Erich Heckel, ...


- When one of the most prominent Moscow galleries launched lavrus.art, they didn’t know how much of a trend they’d be hitting. ‘Lavrus’ is an educational project run by the State Tretyakov Gallery. It focuses on past and present Russian art, culture and its various artists, styles and eras. Lavrus builds a dialogue between classics and modernity, where new interpretations co-exist with academic research. Museologists, curators, professors and experts share their knowledge through articles, master classes and video lectures. Lavrus exists for people who want to learn more about Tretyakov ...

Source: art.art

- José Manuel Ballester can take a crowded art-historical masterpiece and reduce it to an empty room. What if art history’s greatest masterpieces were, well, empty? In José Manuel Ballester ’s series "Concealed Spaces," he has created replicas of some of the world’s most famous artworks, exactly as you remember them—except all the people are gone. Today, many of the world’s most famous gathering places are eerily empty as governments around the world ask their citizens to stay home. Ballester’s work seems tailor-made for the time. The artist, who began the series in 2006, uses ...


- In lockdown due to the ? Closed museums offer art lovers virtual opportunities to explore works from among the world's leading collections online. Here's a look. With the in Washington, D.C., closed, visitors at home can take in the beauty of the outdoors with its stunning online exhibition, "True to Nature: Open-Air Painting in Europe 1780-1870," featuring works by Coignet, Constable, Giroux and others; and the NGA's exploration of Edgar Degas' works depicting the Paris Opéra . 's current exhibition, "Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists," can be viewed online, along with audio ...

Source: cbsnews.com

- As featured on Artnet: Sara Fitzmaurice shares her thoughts on the role of digital space in the art world with the Founder of .ART Ulvi Kasimov. For nearly 25 years, FITZ & CO has been at the forefront of arts and culture, and at the helm – its Founder and President Sara Fitzmaurice, who lead it to the position of the world’s leading public relations firm specializing in the contemporary art world. FITZ & CO’s unique area of expertise is international media relations, strategic positioning and planning, audience development, sponsorship development and special events. Sara Fitzmaurice ...

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- Eric Fischl is supplying a limited edition print to benefit the closed New York Academy of Art while other sales are being donated to emergency funds and community organisations Galleries, institutions and artists across the US are increasingly promoting the sale of prints to benefit various initiatives to help offset ongoing financial losses across the creative industry due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. "As artists, our gift and our skill set is that we can organise feelings and emotions into shapes, colours, form and images in such ways that they capture and embody what we are ...


- This “Once-in-a-Lifetime Exhibit” Includes the Most Stolen Artwork Ever A blockbuster exhibition of Jan van Eyck’s work marks the first—and in some cases, the last—time to see some of his masterpieces in one place. E ven if you don’t know the name Jan van Eyck, you’ve likely seen some of his famed oil paintings, which are among the world’s most sought-after artworks. The early 15th-century Flemish painter is regarded as one of the most significant representatives of Northern Renaissance art, known for his role in shaping Netherlandish painting (characterized by advanced oil ...

Source: afar.com

- Peasant Woman in front of a Farmhouse, once sold in a farmyard auction for £4, sold to a private collector A painting by Vincent Van Gogh, which was was once bought for £4 at a farm sale in 1967 in Staffordshire and then for £45 in a London junkshop a year later, has sold to a private collector at Tefaf Maastricht for around €12m-€15m—the highest value reported sale so far at the Dutch fair. Peasant Woman in front of a Farmhouse ( Paysanne devant une chaumière) from 1885 is being exhibited at Tefaf by the London-based gallery Dickinson. "We are happy to say that subject to the usual ...


- Plus, Max Hetzler Gallery plans to open in Marfa, Texas and feminist art shows are coming for American museums. NEED-TO-READ Can Feminist Art Shows Change the World? – More than 90 American art museums and organizations have signed up to participate in the Feminist Art Collective, an initiative that  aims to correct the huge gender imbalance in museum programs . Co-founder Apsara DiQuinzio, a curator at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, helped secure a  $50,000 grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation, which has funded the coalition and its website. In addition to more than ...


- Questions have been raised over the style of the partial sketches First he came for the Getty museum , lopping several million dollars off the value of its collection by identifying a fake Gauguin. Now the French art historian Fabrice Fourmanoir has his sights set on one of the artist's paintings hanging in the Tate Britain. Mr Fourmanoir claims the origins of the painting in the collection by the celebrated French post-Impressionist artist are deeply dubious. The unfinished oil on paper painting by the self-exiled Frenchman is titled simply Tahitians, and shows natives on the island he ...


- 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. Almost burned on a bonfire and then hidden behind a door for years—rediscovered Van Gogh landscape goes on sale at Tefaf Maastricht New York’s Hammer Galleries has priced the Paris park scene at $10m-$12m A rare Van Gogh rediscovery will be unveiled at the Tefaf art fair in Maastricht tomorrow. It ...


- While auction houses are more aggressive and newer works dominate the global market, Tefaf’s exhibitors remain resolute Back in 1975, when Maastricht’s Pictura fair—the forerunner of Tefaf—was founded, Old Masters were the most prestigious and expensive art that money could buy. Velázquez’s Portrait of Juan de Pareja still held the record price for any work sold at auction, bought five years earlier by New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art for $5.5m. At times, anyone going around this year’s Tefaf Maastricht fair (7-15 March) could be forgiven for thinking that it is still ...


- Sam Gilliam, who is 87, is on a market streak. A show at the Hirshhorn, planned for 2022, is likely to draw even more investor attention. An Artist Born in 1933 Finds His Hottest Market in 2020 Sam Gilliam, who is 87, is on a market streak. A show at the Hirshhorn, planned for 2022, is likely to draw even more investor attention. In the spring of 2022, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., will hold a retrospective of the abstract artist Sam Gilliam, his first major U.S. show in more than 15 years. Gilliam is best known for his brightly colored, unstretched canvases ...





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