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- Richard Nonas , who is known for a sculpture practice that examines notions of place, space, and time, has died at age 85. The news was confirmed by the artist’s gallery Fergus McCaffrey, which did not provide a cause of death. Over a career spanning six decades, Nonas became a major figure of the Post-Minimalist generation. Following a 10-year stint as an anthropologist working across North America, Nonas began working in sculpture in the mid-1960s. During that time, he developed a ...

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- Our pick of the latest gifts and purchases to enter international museum collections Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, Los Angeles Archive of Judith F. Baca’s The History of California mural (1976-84) The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, founded by the film-maker George Lucas and his wife, the investment executive Mellody Hobson, and due to open in 2023, has acquired an archive relating to Judith F. Baca’s mural The History of California (1976-84). Better known as The Great Wall of Los Angeles , ...


- A study of a bear by Leonardo da Vinci is poised to break the artist’s auction record for a single drawing. The work, titled Head of a Bear, will be offered in the Exceptional Sale at Christie’s in London on July 8, with an estimate of $11.2 million to $16.9 million. Measuring approximately 8 square inches, the drawing is part of a series of small-scale studies of animals that the famous polymath executed around 1480. Da Vinci produced Head of a Bear on paper using a silverpoint, depicting ...

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- More than 60 scholars signed a letter demanding that the museum abandon its plans to sell works from its collection to recoup pandemic losses. When the Newark Museum of Art announced a plan to sell 17 objects in March, it provided few details as to which artworks might appear on the auction block. But a gradual release of the specifics has enraged some historians, including previous employees of the museum, who described the sale as a misguided attempt to monetize some of the collection’s ...


- While enjoying an idyllic lockdown in France, the 83-year-old artist has created perhaps his most important exhibition ever – offering hope to an injured world ‘I think it looks terrific,” says David Hockney . “It’s all on one theme, isn’t it? And there’s not many exhibitions like that, really, a show all about the spring.” The 83-year-old artist is taking a look around his new exhibition at the Royal Academy in London for the first time. He seems happy with it – and rightly ...


- Picture: The Albertina Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz: The Albertina Museum in Vienna have recently opened their new exhibition entitled City and Landscape. Between Dream and Reality . Indeed, the museum are referring to the show as the "largest-ever survey of the history of landscape painting" with over 170 landscapes on display spanning five centuries. Drawing from their rich collections of art, artists within include Dürer, Rembrandt, Canaletto, Boucher, Caspar David Friedrich, Menzel, Jakob ...


- Skill regarded as vital by Peter Blake, David Hockney and others has today been eclipsed by conceptual art The demise of drawing in some of Britain’s most prestigious art schools has been lamented by leading artists. Their comments come as Sir Peter Blake, who is preparing for a new exhibition, and David Hockney recall the inspiration of drawing classes they attended at the Royal College of Art (RCA) in the 1950s. When Blake and Hockney were students, they learned how to draw in classes that ...


- Picture: Van Otterloo Collection Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz: The Center for Netherlandish Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, are running a special program of online lectures to celebrate Van Dyck's Self-Portrait as Icarus with Daedalus. The painting, dating to 1618, is a promised gift from the Van Otterloo Collection to the gallery. The program of lectures will be broadcast online on 8th July 2021 12.00pm - 13.30pm EDT. Here's the program in full: Opening remarks : Yves Wantens, General ...


- For Mother's Day, a look at one of the Impressionist's most celebrated. When Mother’s Day was proposed as a holiday in 1913, American-French artist Mary Cassatt was not particularly keen on the idea. “As a staunch supporter of women’s suffrage, she thought granting women the right to vote was a far more pressing issue than a single day celebrating mother,” explained Kimberly A. Jones , curator of the National Gallery’s 2014 exhibition “Degas/Cassatt.” The lack of enthusiasm might ...


- 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 ...


- 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. David Hockney follows in Van Gogh’s footsteps, painting fleeting spring blossom Martin Gayford’s book pays tribute to Britain’s greatest living artist before an exhibition at London’s Royal ...


- 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 ...


- PARIS (AFP) — One of the few paintings by Vincent van Gogh still in private hands, "Street Scene in Montmartre," was sold for over 13 million euros Thursday at auction after going on public display for the first time this week, Sotheby’s said. The painting — which emerged after a century spent in the same collection and has not been exhibited in public since it was painted in 1887 — fetched 13.091 million euros ($15.414 million), Sotheby’s said. Reaching well above the estimate of 5-8 ...





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