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- Picture: Teylers Museum Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz: The Teylers Museum in Haarlem opened their latest exhibition last month dedicated to Italian Baroque Drawings from their collection. Barok in Teylers will feature important works on paper by the likes of Annibale Carracci, Guido Reni, Guercino, Salvator Rosa and Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini, many of which were acquired from renowned collections in the late eighteenth century. The show will run until 7th November 2021.


- 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 Sophie Taeuber-Arp: five must-read books on the Swiss artist All you ever wanted to know about Taeuber-Arp, from a children’s book full of inspiring projects to a publication exploring ...


- Picture: finestresullarte.info Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz: The Scuderie del Quirinale will be opening their latest exhibition in September on the persistence of the iconography from Dante's Inferno . The highlight of the show will be the loan of Sandro Botticelli's The Abyss of Hell , alongside other works by the likes of Beato Angelico, Heronimus Bosch, Pieter Bruegel, Francisco Goya, Édouard Manet, Eugène Delacroix, Auguste Rodin, Paul Cézanne, Franz von Stuck, Giacomo Balla, Otto Dix, ...


- Fragments of Gold-Adorned, 14th-Century Triptych Reunited After Decades An exhibition at the Getty in Los Angeles brings together panels from a stunning altarpiece by Venetian painter Paolo Veneziano In the mid-14th century, just before the Black Death besieged Venice, master painter Paolo Veneziano created a series of delicately rendered, gold-adorned artworks, including monumental altarpieces and small devotional paintings commissioned by wealthy patrons seeking protection from earthly ...


- 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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- 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 ...


- No photographs of the artist as an adult have survived to this day. Vincent van Gogh was a master of the self-portrait, but those highly stylized depictions are the only clues we have to the famed Post-Impressionist painter’s appearance, as there are no confirmed photographs of the artist as an adult . But in a mesmerizing new art project, digital artist Ruud van Empel has created lifelike "photographs" of Van Gogh, some of which are as convincing as deep fakes. Yet Van Empel has been ...





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