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Refurbished George Washington Bust Back at the Huntington Library in San...

SAN MARINO, CA (AP).- Catherine Hess doesn't have all the paperwork to prove that a 400-pound signed marble statue of George Washington is the one made 179 years ago by portraitist and sculptor David d'Angers and given to the United States by France. B...

Refurbished George Washington Bust Back at the Huntington Library in San...

SAN MARINO, CA (AP).- Catherine Hess doesn't have all the paperwork to prove that a 400-pound signed marble statue of George Washington is the one made 179 years ago by portraitist and sculptor David d'Angers and given to the United States by France. B...

Jeremy Hunt Visits Watts Gallery Following Restoration

COMPTON.- Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt gave a special preview of Watts Gallery in Compton, Surrey on Friday 13 May 2011 prior to its public launch next month. The gallery, dedicated to the art of the celebrated Victorian artist, George Frederic Watts,...

‘George Condon: Mental States’ at the New Museum in New York

New York, NY - In conjunction with the Hayward Gallery in London, the New Museum in New York presents "George Condo: Mental States" until 15th May 2011. The exhibition is the first conceptual survey of twenty five years of work by the American artist...

Milwaukee Art Museum Hires William Keyse Rudolph as New Curator of...

MILWAUKEE, WIS.- The Milwaukee Art Museum has welcomed William Keyse Rudolph as its new Curator of American Art and Decorative Arts. Rudolph has a distinguished career, coming to Milwaukee from the Worcester Art Museum where he was Curator of American...

National Portrait Gallery in Washington Presents "Calder’s Portraits: A New Language"

WASHINGTON, DC.- Best known for his abstract mobiles and stabiles, Alexander Calder (1898–1976) was also a prolific portraitist who created hundreds of likenesses over the course of his lifetime. An exhibition of these works is being shown at the ...

National Portrait Gallery Presents "Calder’s Portraits: A New Language"

WASHINGTON, DC.- Best known for his abstract mobiles and stabiles, Alexander Calder (1898–1976) was also a prolific portraitist who created hundreds of likenesses over the course of his lifetime. An exhibition of these works is being shown at the ...

The Belvedere in Vienna Dedicates Comprehensive Show to Austrian Artist Egon...

VIENNA.- The Belvedere dedicates a comprehensive show to Egon Schiele (1890-1918), one of the most outstanding Austrian artists of the twentieth century; it is the first to concentrate on his selfportraits and portraits. Beginning with works in the aca...

Photographs of Native Americans by Herbert Ascherman at the Butler Institute...

YOUNGSTOWN, OH.- Considered by many one of this nation’s foremost living portrait photographers, Herbert Ascherman has rejected modern photographic technology, returning to the the late 19th and early 20th century platinum printing process. This C...

The American Landscapes of Asher B. Durand at the Fundación Juan...

MADRID.- This exhibition of 140 works—including oil paintings, drawings and prints—is the first monographic exhibition devoted to Durand outside the United States, where he is recognized as a leading landscape painter and pioneer engraver. Th...

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