Art News Bendor Grosvenor – Far Out magazine published a short article on Van Gogh’s influence on Bob Dylan’s music. With several YouTube links to Dylan’s songs, the article explores the thematic influence on his lyrics.
When I asked why the painting was fatal / No one could accept my version / ‘Took the cook, he was always kind / But he only said, “What do you think?” he asks. / He was saying this specifically. when it’s raining / I’d be like, ‘Oh, I don’t know’ / But then it would click and I’d be like, ‘See that picture? / Do you think this is a Van Gogh painting?
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(1961) to a record £59.4m (including commission) last night. Sales of modern and contemporary products showed high prices. The Now Evening auction sold for £29,982,500 (including commission) and the Modern and Contemporary Evening auction for £192,161,150 (including the Magritte of course).
Virtuous Online Commenters Have Discovered An Authentic Work By Anthony Van Dyck, Britain’s First Art Star, Hiding In Plain Sight
Neighboring London auctioneer Phillips made headlines when it announced that it would donate all royalties from the London 20th Century and Contemporary Art Evening Auction to the Ukrainian Red Cross Society. The Russian auction house donated 5.8 million pounds ($7.7 million).
1 Introduction: Interbellum Experts Part 1 Science, Authentication and Conservation Issues 2 “We Can’t Light Our Palettes”: The 1893 Munich Exhibition and Congress and Its Public Demand for Research on Paint Materials and Techniques 3 A. P. Laurtific and Scien Art Appraisal 4 Through (Old) Masters see: The Crisis of Knowledge and the Emergence of Radiographic Expertise 5 Rome 1930, International Conference on the Scientific Analysis of Artifacts and Their Heritage in Italy Part 2 Knowledge and Professionalism 6 Repairing, Bonding and Repairing: The Renewal of Conservation Expertise in Nineteenth-Century Archeology and the Twenty-First Century 7 Wissenschaft, Vocation or Bildung?: A Debate on the Places and Purposes of Late Nineteenth-Century German Art History 8 Educational and Conservation Countries of German Art 9 Experiments in Fogg’ Museums: The Laboratory of Art” Part 3 Museums and Institutions 10 For “Treasures of Art and Science” Omnium Gatherum: The Development of Conservation Expertise at the Ashmole Museum 11 Exhibition of Paintings by Rijksmuseum Restorers in the First Half of the 20th Century 12 Gemäldekunda. German Pioneers of the ‘Science of Painting’ 13 Invention as Necessity: Preserving Italian Frescoes in World War II 14 Experiments, Multiple Actors and Multiple Voices
From February 22 to June 26, 2022, visitors to the Málaga Picasso Museum will have a unique opportunity to discover the connection between Pablo Picasso and the leading artists of the past. MPM goes head-to-head. Picasso and the Old Masters Exhibition, organized in collaboration with the Museo Bellas Artes de Sevilla, with paintings by El Greco, Francisco Pacheco, Giovanni Battista Caracciolo, Francisco de Zurbaran, Cornelius Norbertus Giesbrecht, Bernardo Lorente Bejarano and Diego. Along with major works by Pablo Picasso. Face to face. “Picasso and the Old Masters” paintings from the special collection of the Museo de Bellas Artes de Seville, opposite nine important works by Picasso owned by the Almín and Bernard Picasso para el Arte (FABA) Foundation. …These pairs not only allow the viewer to make a clear comparison between the works of Picasso and the Master, but also allow them to understand how rooted Picasso’s art is in the Spanish tradition. The works also allow us to understand how he transformed these traditions into the revolutionary art of the 20th century.
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Christie’s London is offering a £10-15m Lucian Freud painting in its 20th/21st Century sale on 1 March 2022.
Painted in the mid-1980s and sold as Venus by Giorgione, Canova and Modigliani. The model for the picture was Janey Longman, whose mother, Elizabeth, was a groomsman at the wedding of Queen Elizabeth II.
The canvas was sold as soon as it was painted and has been in that private collection ever since, and now it is on the market for the first time. It was shown only sporadically during its three and a half decades of existence, notably in the Lucian Freud retrospective, which visited the Hirshhorn Museum and the Washington Monument Garden, and the Musée National d’Art in Paris. Hayward Gallery, London and Neue Gallery, Berlin 1987-88.
Botticelli ‘copy’ In A Welsh Museum Turns Out To Be The Real Thing Worth Tens Of Millions
Following its successful collaboration with shoe designer Manolo Blahnik, the Wallace Collection will open its latest fashion show in London in April.
It will run from April 6, 2022 to October 16, 2022. The exhibition is organized in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Inspired by Walt Disney: French Decorative Arts Animation juxtaposes 18th-century French art with 20th-century American hand-drawn animation to reveal the surprising and fascinating connections between the two artistic movements. Drawing on outstanding works from the Wallace Collection and outstanding international credits, the exhibition showcases the unique talent and innovation of Walt Disney animation artists and the creative pioneers of 18th-century France. Two centuries later, artists, actors and animators all have the same dream – to breathe life, character and charm into the inanimate.
March 14, 2013
It will be interesting to see how successful this collaboration is in attracting new visitors to this treasure chest just minutes from Oxford Street.
In 1973, he wrote a lengthy piece about the theft of two Rembrandts from the Taft Art Museum. The story is very long and interesting, click the link if you want to read in full.
West London’s Olympia Auctions (formerly 25 Blythe Road) has announced that the portrait, which it sold in May 2021, has been acquired by the Deaf Museum in Manchester. The painting was created by deaf artist Charles Webb Moore (1848-1933) and depicts an unidentified gentleman in a black suit and white shirt.
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Moore was described by inventor Arthur James Wilson, himself a prominent figure in the deaf community in 19th and early 20th century Britain, as “the prayer of deaf artists”. The artist was born in a family of painters and artists living in London. All of his immediate family were also deaf, and they were part of a deaf community based mainly around the Church of the Redeemer, Oxford Street (now moved to Acton), the only designated deaf church in London.
The Louvre in Paris has announced an exciting partnership with Sotheby’s auction house, which will help with wartime research. In particular, the museum will examine works received in 1933 and 1945. Their press release explains that the three-year project could lead to returns, workshops, training days, publications and other media.
SBS Australia subscribers can watch a four-part documentary about the 1986 Picasso theft.
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I came across some strange references to the old masters in a recently published interview with pop star Rod Stewart.
. In this interview, Stewart revealed that Elton John once gave him a “Rembrandt painting” as a Christmas present.
We lived 20 minutes away from each other in the Berkshires so I bought her a pop-up fridge from Harrods for Christmas. You pressed a button and there was steam, candles and a bottle of champagne. It cost me £600; A lot of money in the 70s. We exchanged gifts and he said, “Oh, very nice, dear, thank you.” He gave me a Rembrandt painting! I have never felt so stingy.
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Art critic Waldemar Januszczak created a short film showing a personal view of William Morris Gallery’s “Poland Today” exhibition.
In a very special exhibition, the Kunstmuseum presents the meeting of Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) with the Cretan-born Domenicos Theotokopoulos, his old master El Greco (1541-1614). The works of both artists come together in forty pairs and explore the flow of one of the most interesting stories in the history of art. Prestigious loans from around the world are gathered around key Picasso works from the museum’s private collection. El Greco’s unique painting style brought him great fame in his time. However, soon after his death, his work was forgotten. It wasn’t until 1900 that El Greco’s revival began, with Picasso at the forefront. His relationship with the Greco-Spanish master was much deeper than previously assumed, but much longer. El Greco’s influence is evident in Picasso’s works of the 1930s and 1940s, as can be seen in his earlier Cubist paintings. Even at the end of his life, Picasso continued to refer to El Greco. Not only this, the exhibition opens new perspectives on two outstanding artists of their time. It also gives new insight into their importance