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Sue Scott Gallery Presents David Shapiro: Money Is No Object

NEW YORK, NY.- Sue Scott Gallery presents a solo exhibition of the resulting work, David Shapiro: Money Is No Object, on view from May 7 through June 19, 2011 in conjunction with the New Museum’s Festival of Ideas for a New City. The exhibition c...

Artnet Auctions Sale Features Thomas Hart Benton’s Exceptional Painting Ten Pound...

NEW YORK, NY.- From May 3–10, artnet Auctions will offer paintings of prints of leading American Scene Painting artists including Thomas Hart Benton, Reginald Marsh, Grant Wood, and Martin Lewis with estimates ranging from $1,500–$300,000. Th...

Prints, Tapestries and Works on Paper by Marc Chagall Featured at...

NEW YORK, NY.- – From April 30-May 4, artnet Auctions offers 45 prints, tapestries and works on paper by Marc Chagall (1887-1985) with estimates ranging from $2,000 to $80,000. The works cover the artist’s prolific career, and include his col...

Last Sketch by Jack Butler Yeats, A Gift to His Former...

LONDON.- An interesting little sketch, known as the last work Jack B Yeats (Irish 1871-1957) ever did, has been consigned by the family of his former nurse for sale in Bonhams first Irish Art Sale in London on 9th February 2011. Titled `Roundabout pon...

Bidders Drawn to Unique Works by Contemporary Artists at Swann Galleries’...

NEW YORK, NY.- Bidders were drawn to an assortment of drawings and other unique works at Swann Galleries’ November 18 auction of American Art & Contemporary Art. The sale’s top lot was a Sketchbook with 52 drawings in pencil, ball-point pen ...

Earliest Known Darrow Monopoly Game Set Acquired by National Museum of...

ROCHESTER,NY.- One of the most significant and rare artifacts in toy history—the oldest known version of Monopoly, handmade by Charles Darrow around 1933—has been acquired by the National Museum of Play at the Strong in Rochester, New York. T...

Earliest Known Darrow Monopoly Game Set Acquired by National Museum of...

ROCHESTER,NY.- One of the most significant and rare artifacts in toy history—the oldest known version of Monopoly, handmade by Charles Darrow around 1933—has been acquired by the National Museum of Play at the Strong in Rochester, New York. T...

Royal Academy of Arts presents Stephen Farthing RA

The Back Story 10 November – 19 December 2010 ARTISTS’ LABORATORY 02 Royal Academy of Arts Weston Rooms, Main Galleries http://www.royalacademy.org.uk This November, the Royal Academy of Arts...

Bonhams to Sell Portrait of Napoleon by His Valet and Friend

LONDON.- Bonhams are to sell a near-contemporary portrait of Napoleon painted by his valet and close companion Louis-Joseph-Narcisse Marchand in the British & Continental Pictures auction in Knightsbridge on 30 November 2010. Marchand (1791-1876) was ...

Walker Art Center Invites Audience to Select Artworks for Exhibition

MINNEAPOLIS, MN.- The Walker Art Center’s audience will share the spotlight with the museum’s curators when they jointly select the artworks for the upcoming exhibition 50/50: Audience and Experts Curate the Paper Collection. Visit the kiosk ...

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