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- There’s nothing more fascinating than a transitional period: decades after their deaths, famous artists have been canonized in the collective imagination so thoroughly that only their most well-known works tend to spring to mind. When you think of Hilma af Klint , you think of the staggering psychic visions she produced; the huge spheres and the kissing swans . Her transition to full abstraction was defined by her interest in the occult , and Claude Monet, the painter whose work Sotheby’s ...

Source: observer.com

- Picture: MET Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz: The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has announced its acquisition of a rare set of lithographs and one etching by Vincent Van Gogh. The works were acquired from a private collection in Minnesota and brokered by Christie's. None of the acquired works are found in any other museum in the US. It seems that all the works on paper had been purchased on the art market between the years 1999 and 2004.


- Yet today, the standard art historical line on the sculptor Marisol Escobar, known simply as Marisol, is that she has been largely forgotten in favor of white male contemporaries, including Andy Warhol. The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh has a few things to say about that. In a fascinating and delightful exhibition on view through Feb. 14, the museum has recreated the warm, artistically generative friendship Marisol shared with Warhol in the 1960s. Entitled “Marisol and Warhol Take New ...


- Purchased by an art historian for $90 in 1970, researchers now say the portrait might be the handiwork of the 17th-century court painter Anthony van Dyck After careful study, researchers now argue that a painting bought by an art historian more than 50 years ago might be the work of Flemish Baroque artist Anthony van Dyck himself, reports Dalya Alberge for the Observer . The owner, art historian Christopher Wright , says it could be worth around $54,000. In 1970, Wright was a young academic ...


- Experience the works of the impressionist master in enveloping, 360-degree art exhibits. P erhaps most celebrated for his dreamy water lily paintings, Claude Monet was born in Paris to French grocers in 1840 and raised in France’s coastal province of Normandy. After mentoring under Eugène Boudin and dedicating himself to painting the world as he saw it, Monet became the founding father of impressionism—a revolutionary artistic movement that began in the late 1800s that emphasized painting ...

Source: afar.com

- A pen-and-ink drawing that sold for $30 at a Concord estate sale is believed to be a work by the Renaissance master Albrecht Dürer, and some think it could be worth $50 million at market . After being consigned to the Agnews Gallery in London, which is offering it for sale, the drawing will make its way back to the United States next week. The drawing, “The Virgin and Child with a Flower on a grassy Bench,” will be exhibited stateside for the first time during Master Drawings New York, ...


- This article is part of a series of interviews by Folasade Ologundudu exploring the evolving conversation about abstract art among Black artists across different generations. Alteronce Gumby has had quite a year. After closing his highly successful dual-site exhibition, “ Somewhere Under the Rainbow/The Sky Is Blue and What Am I, ” this past summer at False Flag and Charles Moffett galleries, the Yale-trained painter released his first monograph, Colour Is a Beautiful Thing , with ...


- In 1922, Sophie Taeuber-Arp posed what now feels like an oddly prescient question: “In our complicated times, when the struggle for existence has become so difficult, I have frequently asked myself, why conceive ornaments and color combinations when there are so many more practical and especially more necessary things to do?” Her response was, likewise, comfortingly apt: With moments of crisis, the artist argued, came the “urge to make the things we own more beautiful.” Born in Davos, ...

Source: vogue.com

- See images from the long-awaited renovation and rehang. In the most hotly anticipated opening in London in decades, London’s newly refurbished Courtauld Gallery at Somerset House will reopen after three years today, giving the public access to its incomparable Impressionist and medieval collections with some added contemporary touches. The collection ranges from the Middle Ages to the 20th century and includes works by Sandro Botticelli, Claude Monet, Edouard Manet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, ...


- The Swedish Modernist created innovative, genre-defying abstract art inspired by science, mysticism and her own encounters with the spiritual world Eight newly discovered works by groundbreaking Swedish modernist Hilma af Klint are set to go on view in Manhattan next month, reports Sarah Cascone for Artnet News . Scholars have traditionally such as Wassily Kandinsky , Piet Mondrian and Kazimir Malevich with pushing European 20th-century painting into the realm of abstraction. But af Klint began ...


- “The Morozov Collection: Icons of Modern Art” is the second exhibition devoted to a major Russian collection at the Paris institution. Russian brothers Mikhail and Ivan Morozov amassed one of the world’s strongest collections of Impressionist and Modern Art. But their world-leading collection was nationalized in 1918 after the Bolshevik revolution, and fell into obscurity for decades. Now, for its exhibition, “The Morozov Collection: Icons of Modern Art,” on view through February 22, ...


- An exhibition at a Swiss museum asks visitors to consider how female artists view their portrait subjects. Is there such a thing as a “female gaze?” For years, there’s been a debate among art scholars about the “male gaze,” or the ways in which men regarded women’s bodies as subject matter when they have portrayed them, both nude and clothed, throughout history. What happens when women create portraits, then? Do they look at their subjects differently? This question was very much on ...

Source: nytimes.com

- 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. New Van Gogh discovery: first version of despairing man that was bought for £6—and then hidden away for more than a century The artist titled the drawing "Worn out" in English because he wanted to ...


- A Deep Dive Into Matisse’s ‘The Red Studio’ In a coming exhibition, MoMA will feature the artworks within this famed painting. Two of them will be on public view for the first time in 50 years. When Henri Matisse painted “ The Red Studio ” in the Paris suburb of Issy-les-Moulineaux in 1911, he not only let the viewer into his work space, with its box of crayons, ceramic plate and grandfather clock. He also captured tiny versions of his own paintings propped against the walls, and his ...

Source: nytimes.com

- Is the $450m Salvator Mundi a fake? This film – featuring tearful sycophants, sneering experts, dodgy dealers and a secretive superyacht – may finally settle the great da Vinci controversy Last modified on Thu 9 Sep 2021 10.24 EDT I t is almost exactly 10 years since Salvator Mundi was unveiled, this “lost Leonardo” instantly triggering astonishment around the world . Since those giddy days, the work has had a turbulent time. As well as becoming the most expensive painting in history, ...





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