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Caravaggio’s St Augustine: Whitfield Fine Art Research the Discovery of Caravaggio’s...

LONDON.- The Caravaggio of St Augustine, exhibited for the first time in the current exhibition in Ottawa, Caravaggio & His Followers in Rome, is a rediscovery from the collection made by the artist’s patrons Cardinal Benedetto Giustiniani and his...

Comprehensive Presentation of the Makart Phenomenon at the Belvedere in Vienna

VIENNA.- Like no other artist of the nineteenth century, the “artist prince” Hans Makart left his stamp on a time whose symbol he rose to become, and which went down in the annals of history as the “Makart era”. The Belvedere and th...

Imaginary Visions of the Land on the Nile from the Biedermeier...

VIENNA, AUSTRIA.- In the early part of the nineteenth century, Norbert Bittner (1786–1851) executed 57 views of a journey to Egypt – without ever having set foot in the country himself. Using French and German volumes of engravings, he made i...

Timely and Hard-hitting Interpretations of a Changing Hudson Valley at Hudson...

YONKERS, NY.- Photographer Susan Wides explores the Hudson Valley from its southernmost region, Manhattan, north to Westchester County, and then to the Catskills in more than 40 large-scale photographs at the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, opening May 2...

Sotheby’s to Sell One of the Finest Victorian Nude Paintings Ever...

LONDON.- Sotheby's London Sale of Victorian and Edwardian Art on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, will present one of the finest Victorian nude paintings ever produced. Estimated at £300,000-500,000, Andromeda by Sir Edward John Poynter encapsulates major themes...

Sotheby’s to Sell One of the Finest Victorian Nude Paintings Ever...

LONDON.- Sotheby's London Sale of Victorian and Edwardian Art on Tuesday, 17 May 2011, will present one of the finest Victorian nude paintings ever produced. Estimated at £300,000-500,000, Andromeda by Sir Edward John Poynter encapsulates major themes...

Exhibition of Rarely Seen Objects from the Cameroon Grassfields at the...

PURCHASE, NY.- Art in Cameroon: Sculptural Dialogues, on view at the Neuberger Museum of Art through August 14, 2011, highlights two iconic works in the Museum’s African collection: an expressive nineteenth-century figure from a Bangwa kingdom, at...

Major Piece of Central Polynesian Art, the Very Rare Ohly Figure,...

PARIS.- Christie's African and Oceanic Art department announce the sale of a major piece of Central Polynesian art originating within the triangle formed by the Society, the Austral and the Cook Islands. The very rare Ohly figure is estimated between 6...

Major Piece of Central Polynesian Art, the Very Rare Ohly Figure,...

PARIS.- Christie's African and Oceanic Art department announce the sale of a major piece of Central Polynesian art originating within the triangle formed by the Society, the Austral and the Cook Islands. The very rare Ohly figure is estimated between 6...

Eleven Hand-Drawn Maps of London Featured in New Display at the...

LONDON.- A display of 11 hand-drawn maps of London goes on show at the Museum of London from the 21 April 2011. The exhibition looks at mapping London, not as a factual or geographical tool but based on the individual experiences, perceptions and imagi...

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