Saturday, January 18, 2020

Henri Matisse’s anniversary will be celebrated with a major retrospective by the Centre Pompidou

This spring, the Pompidou Centre in Paris will present a major retrospective to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of Henri Matisse (he...

14 museums in Paris have opened their collections to the public

The "Museums of Paris" have made available to the public over 100,000 digital reproductions of works stored in urban institutions. The images can be...

Brullov, Hals, Malevich. New twists and turns in scandalous affairs

In 2019, you and I have seen a number of scandals in the world of high art related to the verification of the authenticity...

Best of MoMA

Museum of Modern Art is the world's largest museum of modern art. The collection consists of two hundred thousand works and art objects (painting,...

9 important historical discoveries in the paintings of old masters

The fantastic value of the "Savior of the World" panel, attributed to Leonardo da Vinci, caused a surge of interest in old art and...

Dozens of paintings attributed to Goya do not belong to him, according to the...

Leading British art historian Francisco de Goya questions the authenticity of dozens of paintings attributed to him. She argues that in fact it is...

Clay Shapes Bound to Fabric Create Multi-Layered Embroidered Works by Justyna Wolodkiewicz

Using small polymer clay shapes, Justyna Wołodkiewicz creates embroidered works that extend beyond the fabric within the hoop. The Poland-based artist molds clay into tiny colorful...

Using More Than 4,000 Pieces of Paper, Artist Lisa Lloyd Painstakingly Constructs Birds and...

Employing tweezers to place each bit of paper, London-based artist Lisa Lloyd (previously) meticulously assembles birds and butterflies. Her realistic sculptures feature geometric pieces that are...

Art Insurance in the USA

The insurance of jewelry, art, and antiques in its terms is completely different from the insurance of simply property. For state museums, where the...

‘Joy of Reading’: A New Book of Illustrations by Christoph Niemann Promotes Free Press

Illustrator Christoph Niemann has released The Paper, a book celebrating what he calls “the joy of reading magazines and newspapers.” The wordless book totals 194 pages and...

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