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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...

Louisiana Man Admits Selling Forged Folk Artist Paintings

By: Janet McConnaughey, Associated Press NEW ORLEANS (AP).- A 79-year-old man admitted Monday that he forged paintings and sold them as work by famous folk artist Clementine Hunter, U.S. Attorney Stephanie Finley said. William Toye of Baton Rouge plea...

New Book Published by Assouline Tells the Captivating History of French...

NEW YORK, NY.- In France, Maxim’s is a restaurant as strong and essential to la vie Parisienne today as it was when it opened more than a century ago. The legend begins in 1893, when Maxime Gaillard, a waiter, opened a small bistro at 3 rue Royale...

Old Masters Meet Contemporary Artists When Bernheimer-Colnaghi Exhibits at Masterpiece London

LONDON.- Bernheimer-Colnaghi will show the unusual combination of Old Master paintings and contemporary photographs at the second staging of Masterpiece London, the luxury fair that was launched to great acclaim last summer and will take place in the S...

Long Beach Museum of Art Presents Art Auction XIV: Where Imagination...

LONG BEACH, CA.- On May 22, 2011, the Long Beach Museum of Art’s fundraising affiliate, Phoenix, will present Art Auction 14: Where Imagination Takes Flight, considered one of the best auctions of contemporary art on the West Coast. This sellout e...

14th Annual Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and...

LOS ANGELES, CA.- The country’s most important Western art show, the Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale, opens at the Autry National Center on Saturday, February 5, 2011. This prestigious exhibition challenges nationally rec...

Colorado University Art Museum Opens Four Concurrent Exhibitions

BOULDER, CO.- In 2008, the CU Art Museum received 156 photographs by Andy Warhol as a gift of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts as part of the Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy Program. The CU Art Museum premiered 112 of the gifted photograp...

Chicago Public Library Services in High Demand in 2010 Due to...

CHICAGO, IL.- The increasing demand for library materials and services continued unabated in 2010. As more Chicagoans felt the effects of the economic downturn this year, they continued to turn to their neighborhood libraries for free access to compute...

Restored Masterpiece on View in New Installation at Metropolitan Museum

NEW YORK, NY.- Filippino Lippi (1457-1504) is one of the great artists of 15th-century Florence. Among his principal patrons was the wealthy banker Filippo Strozzi (1428–1491), who in 1487 contracted the artist to decorate his funerary chapel in ...

Restored Renaissance Masterpiece on View in New Installation at Metropolitan Museum

NEW YORK, NY.- Filippino Lippi (1457-1504) is one of the great artists of 15th-century Florence. Among his principal patrons was the wealthy banker Filippo Strozzi (1428–1491), who in 1487 contracted the artist to decorate his funerary chapel in ...

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