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Exhibition dates: 18th October 2013 – 2nd March 2014 . This is a sublime exhibition, teaming as it does fabulous frocks and beautiful, classical, evanescent photographs. The exhibition was in my top nine magnificent Melbourne exhibitions...
Numerous top lots from private collections complete the great offer of this season's Modern Art Auction. Numerous top lots from private possession will be offered in the Modern Art auction on 2 December 2016. The most expensive lot is a painting by...
Albrecht Dürer, “Portrait of the Artist’s Brother Endres” (ca. 1518). Charcoal on paper, background heightened with white. Gift of Mrs. Alexander Perry Morgan in memory of Alexander Perry Morgan, 1973, The Morgan Library & Museum. (all images courtesy...
A collection is not a static thing, a project to be finished. A collection lives and breathes and evolves over time. It is shaped and sharpened by changing circumstances, changing priorities and changing interpretations. A collection is not an answer...
Installation view, "Riopelle and Miró: Color," 2015. Photo: Courtesy Acquavella Galleries. 1. Jean-Paul Riopelle and Joan Miró at Aquavella, through December 11 This two-person show, “Color," featuring works by Canada's best known post-war painter...
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Draw online and learn to draw at RateMyDrawings using online drawing tools! Watch people draw Manga, Cartoons, Portrait drawings, ...
Site to showcase image collections and exhibitions
J.A. Rogers The self-educated J. A. Rogers (1880-1966), one of thousands of Jamaicans who found homes in Harlem in the early twentieth century, became a prolific novelist, cultural critic, and revisio...
In his 1642 painting, Vanitas Still Life with Flowers and Skull, Adriaen van Utrecht depicts a multitude of objects, including but not limited to a vase of flowers, a human skull, small gold and silv...