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Laumeier Sculpture Park Explores the Complex Dog-Human Relationship

ST. LOUIS, MO.- Laumeier Sculpture Park presents an exhibition that examines the complex intersection between our human behavior and that of our domesticated partners. Dog Days of Summer features the work of ten artists spanning ne...

Laumeier Sculpture Park Exhibit Explores the Complex Dog-Human Relationship

ST. LOUIS, MO.- Laumeier Sculpture Park presents an exhibition that examines the complex intersection between our human behavior and that of our domesticated partners. Dog Days of Summer features the work of ten artists spanning nearly three centuries ...

Huanghuali Chairs Lead Stellar $11.5 Million Fine Asian Works of Art...

SAN FRANCISCO, CA.- Bonhams & Butterfields’ Fine Asian Works of Art auction on June 21, 2011 in San Francisco brought more than $11.5-million, with a rare pair of huanghuali continuous yoke back armchairs, 17th/18th century, leading the sale by br...

18th-Century Cannons Retrieved from Baltic

WARSAW (AP).- Polish explorers have retrieved three 18th-century cannons from ship wrecks resting on the Baltic Sea bottom. Iwona Pomian, an expert at the Main Sea Museum in Gdansk, said Monday the three Swedish cannons bear the minting date of 1771 a...

Louvre – DNP Museum Lab Presents Sevres Porcelain, an Art of...

PARIS.- Feast your eyes on the beauty of 18th-century Sèvres porcelain in the Louvre’s magnificent Napoléon III Apartments. Cuttingedge multimedia resources, designed in the context of the Museum Lab project, will help you discover how these por...

Louvre – DNP Museum Lab Presents Sevres Porcelain, an Art of...

PARIS.- Feast your eyes on the beauty of 18th-century Sèvres porcelain in the Louvre’s magnificent Napoléon III Apartments. Cuttingedge multimedia resources, designed in the context of the Museum Lab project, will help you discover how these por...

Colored Woodcuts From 19th Century Japan at the Benton Museum of...

Storrs, CT.- The Benton Museum of Art at the University of Connecticut is currently showing "The Colored Woodcut in 19th-Century Japan: Edo and Osaka" until August 7th. The colored woodcut was ubiquitous in 19th-century Japan, and for Europeans a s...

ArtSway’s New Forest Pavilion at the 54th International Art Exhibition –...

VENICE.- ArtSway, the innovative contemporary art gallery based in England’s New Forest, in collaboration with the Arts University College at Bournemouth, presents the fourth iteration of ArtSway’s New Forest Pavilion. Featuring a number of n...

Christie’s Experts See Hong Kong as a Leader for Global Sales...

HONG KONG (REUTERS).- Global auction house Christie's rounded up a robust Asian sale series in Hong Kong on Wednesday with solid demand for Chinese antiques and paintings, a trend a Christie's director said could make Hong Kong one of its leading marke...

Christie’s Experts See Hong Kong as a Leader for Global Sales...

HONG KONG (REUTERS).- Global auction house Christie's rounded up a robust Asian sale series in Hong Kong on Wednesday with solid demand for Chinese antiques and paintings, a trend a Christie's director said could make Hong Kong one of its leading marke...

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