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Scots Who Shook Up Victorian Art on Show in London at...

LONDON (REUTERS).- A group of talented and ambitious young artists join forces, determined to stir up the art establishment which they see as sentimental, stodgy and distant from reality. A familiar story? Perhaps not. The artists in question are not ...

The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute to explore "Dove/O’Keeffe: Circles...

WILLIAMSTOWN, MA – The life and work of Georgia O’Keeffe have fascinated critics, scholars, and art lovers alike since she burst onto the New York art scene in the early 1900s. On June 7, the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute...

Important Exhibition of the Work of Pierre-Auguste Renoir at Hammer Galleries...

NEW YORK, NY.- Hammer Galleries presents an important exhibition of the world renowned French Impressionist Master Pierre-Auguste Renoir for its inaugural exhibition at its new location - 475 Park Avenue, New York. RENOIR, curated by gallery President ...

Pioneering Painters: The Glasgow Boys 1880-1900 at the Royal Academy of...

LONDON.- The Royal Academy of Arts presents the first exhibition in London for over 40 years to celebrate the achievement of the Glasgow Boys, the loosely knit group of young painters who created a stir at home and abroad in the final decades of the ni...

Cocteau and Picasso Prints and Ceramics Make over £500,000 at Bonhams

LONDON.- A collection of drawings, pastels and ceramics by the French poet, filmmaker, playwright and novelist, Jean Cocteau (1889-1963), brought together by the late business tycoon and founder of Gucci timepieces, Severin Wunderman (1939-2008), made ...

Jean Cocteau and Picasso Print and Ceramic Sales Make over £500,000...

LONDON.- A collection of drawings, pastels and ceramics by the French poet, filmmaker, playwright and novelist, Jean Cocteau (1889-1963), brought together by the late business tycoon and founder of Gucci timepieces, Severin Wunderman (1939-2008), made ...

First Millet Exhibition in More Than Twenty-Five Years at Museum of...

BOSTON, MA.- Jean-François Millet’s depiction of the arresting beauty of the natural world is the subject of Millet and Rural France, an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), that invites visitors to rediscover one of the most imp...

First Millet Exhibition in More Than Twenty-Five Years at Museum of...

BOSTON, MA.- Jean-François Millet’s depiction of the arresting beauty of the natural world is the subject of Millet and Rural France, an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), that invites visitors to rediscover one of the most imp...

8-Year-Old Painting Prodigy "Mini Monet" is New Art World Star

HOLT, ENGLAND (AP).- He's Britain's most talked-about young artist. His paintings fetch hefty sums and there's a long waiting list for his eagerly anticipated new works. It has all happened so quickly — he's still getting used to the spotlight &#1...

Freer Gallery’s "Chinamania" Reveals Whistler’s Love Affair with Blue and White

WASHINGTON, DC.- "Chinamania: Whistler and the Victorian Craze for Blue and White," a small thematic exhibition on view at the Freer Gallery from Aug. 7 until Aug. 2011, explores the significance of Chinese export porcelain in Victorian England, where ...

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