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A New Round On Leonardo Da Vinci’s Authenticity

News questions appear on the authenticity Leonardo da Vinci's works at the Worcester Art Museum. Now some experts are intrested of altarpiece panels such as "A Miracle of Saint Donatus of Arezzo". But the other believe that details of the museum’s panel, such as light breaking against the saint’s fingers and wrinkles on the face, are Leonardo’s work. As Christie’s aggressively marketed Leonardo da Vinci’s "Salvator...

Munch’s Portrait of Felix Auerbach – The Latest Acquisition for Van Gogh Museum

The Van Gogh Museum has further enriched its collection with a painting by Edvard Munch. The German physicist Felix Auerbach commissioned his portrait from the Norwegian painter in 1906. The work went on public display for the first time this morning, which marks the 74th anniversary of Munch’s death. The painting is the only Munch portrait in a Dutch collection...

Crow Collection of Asian Art Shows Historical and Contemporary Korean Ceramics

The Crow Collection of Asian Art is nestled like a small jewel in downtown Dallas, offering visitors a glimpse of a world possessing serene beauty and tranquility in the heart of the bustling city. The museum features a variety of spaces and multiple galleries focused on the arts of China, India, Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia drawn from cultures, both...

British Museum Would be ‘Honoured’ to Display Bayeux Tapestry

The British Museum in London could become the first institution to show the Bayeux Tapestry outside of France for 940 years after President Emmanuel Macron agreed the historic loan to the UK. Describing it as “probably the most significant loan ever from France to the UK”, Hartwig Fischer, the director of the British Museum, says he would be “honoured and...

New Vincent van Gogh Drawing Discovered

An unknown Van Gogh drawing of a Paris scene has been discovered, leading to a second work being accepted as authentic. The Hill of Montmartre with Stone Quarry was acquired in 2014 by the Van Vlissingen Art Foundation, which then showed the work to specialists at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. After research into the subject, style, technique,...

The British Museum Offers a Unique Opportunity to Enjoy 18th-Century Satire On Ceramics

The British Museum is presenting a selection of objects in a new display called Pots with Attitude: British Satire on Ceramics, 1760-1830. This focused display offers a unique opportunity to enjoy 18th-century satire on both ceramics and prints. Drawing on the British Museum’s rich collection of satirical and political prints as well as loans from a private collection, this exhibition...

New Exhibition of Major Works Celebrates William Blake’s Relationship With Sussex For The First Time

Some of William Blake’s greatest works from poetry to painting are being displayed at Petworth in West Sussex this winter. The new exhibition is the first to bring together many of the works that were inspired by Blake’s experience of living in Sussex, including paintings commissioned by the Wyndham family, owners of Petworth, and rare hand-coloured relief etchings of Blake’s...

Twenty Modiglianis Seized by Police in Genoa are Fake, Expert Confirms

Twenty paintings seized by Italian police last summer from an exhibition of works by Amedeo Modigliani held in Genoa are forgeries, according to Isabella Quattrocchi, an independent expert appointed by Italian prosecutors to assess the images. The show at the Palazzo Ducale closed three days early last July after the Genoa state prosecutor ordered the seizure of 21 alleged...

The Dalí Museums Get 1,4 Million Visitors in 2017

The Dalí Foundation announced that the three Dalí Museums received 1,444,853 visitors in 2017. This represents an increase of 5.56% compared to year 2016. In detail, this amount corresponds to: • Dalí Theatre-Museum and Dalí·Jewels gallery, Figueres: 1,207,149 visitors, this represents an increase of 6.43% compared to year 2016. • Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol: 88,341 visitors, it represents an increase of 2.85%...

A New Leonardo? Scholarly Show Claims to Reveal Master’s Hand

As Christie’s aggressively marketed Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi before the work sold for an astonishing $450m last November, the art world raged anew with questions about the painting’s attribution—even though London’s National Gallery had largely settled the debate by including the work in its 2011-12 Leonardo show. This spring, the Worcester Art Museum (WAM) in Massachusetts will put the complex process...

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