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Scientists Have Proven the True Origin of the Atlantis Treasure

Breaking the hopes of believers around the world, archaeologists maintain that they have finally proved that the legendary 2700-year-old Carambolos treasure discovered in Spain in 1958 is not from the underwater kingdom of Atlantis. Instead, chemical tests show that the gold treasure is of local origin and probably was extracted from mines near Sevilla. "The results show that the origin...

The Roy Liechtenstein Foundation will Donate all the Art to the Museums

The Roy-Liechtenstein American Foundation announced a future closure scheduled for 2020. In this regard, the administration of the fund decided to donate its archives to US museums. Initially, the fund will provide about four hundred works of Roy Lichtenstein Museum of American Art Whitney and 500,000 documents to the Smithsonian archives of American art. As noted by the director of...

Sunflowers fade. Vincent Van Gogh’s Painting May Lose Its Colors

The light-sensitive paint used by artist Vincent van Gogh for the cycle of "Sunflowers" works to pass more accurate shades of yellow, gradually loses its saturation - such data showed X-ray. So far, the changes have not appeared externally, but over time, sunflowers on the canvas of the Dutch artist can become brown, say scientists. The Van Gogh Museum in...

Piguet Auction House to offer Works by Albert Anker and Ferdinand Hodler Directly from the Families of the Artists

Piguet Auction House will be presenting exclusively the unpublished works of two masters of Swiss art: Albert Anker and Ferdinand Hodler. Around 120 sketches, watercolours and oil paintings directly from Albert Anker’s family will appear on the market for the first time at the sale on Wednesday 20th June with a global estimate of CHF 320,000-480,000. The Hodler collection includes...

Vincent Van Gogh Painting Sells for over 7 million Euros: Artcurial Auction House

A painting by a young Vincent Van Gogh was sold at an auction in Paris Monday for more than seven million euros ($8.2 million), the Artcurial auction house said. "Raccommodeuses de filets dans les dunes" (Women mending nets in the fields) dates from 1882 and was bought by an American collector in a hot bidding battle that boosted the selling...

Binoche et Giquello to offer August III’s chocolate set at Drouot in Paris

On Wednesday 6 June, a part of king of Poland and Elector of Saxony August III’s chocolate set, offered to the Queen of France Maria Leszczynska, will be offered by auction house Binoche et Giquello at Drouot. The Palace of Versailles had acquired eight other pieces from this set at auction in 2017. It illustrates the taste of Louis XV’s...

Towner Art Gallery Opens the first Exhibition in Forty Years of late Victorian Artist Edward Stott

Edward Stott: A Master of Colour and Atmosphere explores the work of the significant but largely neglected late Victorian artist Edward Stott (1855-1918). Much celebrated in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, ‘the poet-painter of the twilight’, was known for his atmospheric and delicate depictions of rural, domestic and biblical life. Marking the centenary of Stott’s death, the...

McNay Art Museum Announces Major Acquisition of Alice Neel Painting

Yesterday the Board of Trustees of the McNay Art Museum announced a major acquisition of a portrait by Alice Neel. Julie and the Doll depicts a slight Hispanic girl with large brown eyes cradling a blond, blue-eyed doll as she looks beyond the viewer. The 1943 painting illustrates the racial divide experienced daily by the residents of New York City’s Spanish Harlem,...

Kunsthalle Mannheim Unveils €68m Extension Backed by German Billionaire

A spectacular new extension to the Kunsthalle Mannheim, largely funded by the software billionaire Hans-Werner Hector, is opening its doors tomorrow (1 June) in the southwestern German city. Designed by the Hamburg-based architects Gerkan, Marg and Partners, the concrete, glass and steel structure is enveloped in a bronze mesh. With seven exhibition halls and a spectacular 22m-high glass-roofed atrium, the...

National Gallery of Victoria Annual Appeal: Dollars for Dalí

The National Gallery of Victoria is calling on all Victorians to help support the acquisition of Australia’s first and only painting by Salvador Dalí, one of the most famous artists of the twentieth century and a defining pioneer of the Surrealist art movement. Dalí’s Trilogy of the desert: Mirage 1946 is currently on display at NGV International and visitors are invited...

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