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Albrecht Dürer’s Fame Examined at the National Gallery of Scotland

Edinburgh.- This summer the National Gallery of Scotland will present a unique display that will examine the work of the 16th century German artist Albrecht Dürer and his enduring influence, spanning five centuries. "Dürer’s Fame" will showcase a...

About Face: Portraiture as Subject, a Unique Exhibition Organized by The...

AUSTIN, TX.- About Face: Portraiture as Subject, a unique exhibition organized by The Blanton, features 40 portraits in diverse mediums from antiquity to today. Drawn mostly from The Blanton’s notable collection, along with several choice loaned o...

Record for Any Paul Gauguin Print Sold at Auction Established Today...

LONDON.- This morning at Sotheby’s in London , ten prints by Paul Gauguin from the Collection of Stanley J. Seeger, sold for £1.54 million ($2.47 million), almost four times the pre-sale low estimate for the group. A new auction record for a prin...

Record for Any Paul Gauguin Print Sold at Auction Established Today...

LONDON.- This morning at Sotheby’s in London , ten prints by Paul Gauguin from the Collection of Stanley J. Seeger, sold for £1.54 million ($2.47 million), almost four times the pre-sale low estimate for the group. A new auction record for a prin...

Selection of Old Master Prints Go on Show at the Irish...

DUBLIN.- An exhibition of Old Master prints by many of the most famous artists ever to work with print-making is now open to the public at the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA). Works by Albrecht Dürer, Francisco de Goya, William Hogarth and Rembrandt...

Exhibition at Musee du Luxembourg in Paris Spotlights German Master Lucas...

PARIS (AP).- Like an enterprising Andy Warhol of the 16th century, German Renaissance master Lucas Cranach the Elder produced multiple paintings of the same subject, churning out strikingly similar versions of his trademark soft-edged nudes and angel-...

Artistic Revolution Triggered by the Flemish Primitives is the Subject of...

BRUGES.- For a number of generations Flemish art influenced artistic Europe in the fields of painting, sculpture and illuminated manuscripts to a degree that rivalled the innovations of the Italian Renaissance. The exhibition sheds light on this period...

Staatsgalerie Stuttgart Presents First Exhibition Devoted to Hans Holbein in 45...

STUTTGART.- Hans Holbein the Elder: The Grey Passion in its Time opened at the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart on 27 November as part of the Große Landesausstellung Baden-Wurttemberg is the first exhibition devoted to the artist in 45 years. At the heart of t...

Albrecht Dürer’s Adam and Eve Returns to Public Display at the...

MADRID.- The Museum is once again displaying the magnificent pair of paintings of Adam and Eve (1507) by Albrecht Dürer, following two years of intensive restoration to their pictorial surfaces and supports. The work on the two panels has benefited fr...

Arcimboldo’s Famous Paintings on View for the First Time in the...

WASHINGTON, DC.- The bizarre yet scientifically accurate composite heads painted by Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1526–1593) will be exhibited together for the first time in the United States, at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, from September 19, ...

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