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Art Madrid 2011 Maintains the Number of Galleries and Increases the...

MADRID.- From 16 to February 20, 2011 Art Madrid, the International Contemporary Art Fair, returns to his annual meeting with collectors, professionals and lovers of contemporary art in general, in its traditional location in the Pabellón de Cristal ...

Art Fund and National Trust Campaign to Save Brueghel Reaches £2.7...

LONDON.- The Art Fund, the National Trust and National Heritage Memorial Fund (NHMF) announce that Pieter Brueghel the Younger’s ‘The Procession to Calvary’ has been saved for the nation after an intensive three month fundraising campaig...

Art Fund and National Trust Campaign to Save Brueghel Reaches £2.7...

LONDON.- The Art Fund, the National Trust and National Heritage Memorial Fund (NHMF) announce that Pieter Brueghel the Younger’s ‘The Procession to Calvary’ has been saved for the nation after an intensive three month fundraising campaig...

Loans from all Over Europe Form a Comprehensive Picture of Napoleon...

BONN.- During the nearly sixteen years of his reign, Napoleon Bonaparte (1769–1821), more than any other historical figure, redrew the very foundations of European history and wrought changes that can be felt to this day – both positively and...

Staffordshire Hoard Scoops ‘Acquisition of the Year’ at Apollo Magazine Awards

LONDON.- On 25 November, Art Fund director Stephen Deuchar accepted the prestigious Apollo Magazine Award for ‘Acquisition of the Year’ for the Staffordshire Hoard. He accepted the award on behalf of all partners involved in the £3.3 million...

Danish Astronomer’s Remains Exhumed from Church of Our Lady Before Tyn

PRAGUE (AP).- Astronomer Tycho Brahe uncovered some of the mysteries of the universe in the 16th century — and now modern-day scientists are delving into the mystery of his sudden death. On Monday, an international team of scientists opened his to...

Danish Astronomer’s Remains Exhumed from Church of Our Lady Before Tyn

PRAGUE (AP).- Astronomer Tycho Brahe uncovered some of the mysteries of the universe in the 16th century — and now modern-day scientists are delving into the mystery of his sudden death. On Monday, an international team of scientists opened his to...

Sotheby’s to Offer the Rochefoucauld Grail: Witness of the Legend of...

LONDON.- It is the greatest romance of chivalry produced in the Middle Ages, and its themes of friendship, treachery, ambition, achievement and star-crossed tragic lovers form the foundations of much of our modern literature. The stories of the quest f...

Sotheby’s to Offer the Rochefoucauld Grail: Principal Witness of the Legend...

LONDON.- It is the greatest romance of chivalry produced in the Middle Ages, and its themes of friendship, treachery, ambition, achievement and star-crossed tragic lovers form the foundations of much of our modern literature. The stories of the quest f...

Christie’s New York to Sell a Seminal Pop Art Masterpiece by...

NEW YORK, NY.- This Autumn is the Season for Andy Warhol, thanks to an extraordinary selection of his key works. Christie’s New York leads this group with the sale of Andy Warhol’s hand-painted masterpiece, Big Campbell's Soup Can with Can Op...

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