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Under the rule of tolerant Muslims, Indian artists of the Mughal Empire (1526-c. 1857) developed a very distinctive aesthetic. Court, epic, spirit: 15th-19th century Indian art at Luhring Augustine, in collaboration with Francesca Galloway, shows how varied their painted subjects were. The works, loosely organized around the three title themes, encompass battle scenes, such as …

It looks like something out of a thriller movie. Twenty-five unpublished paintings by Jean-Michel Basquiat, dating from the height of his career, are found in an abandoned storage room; purchased in 1982 for the extraordinarily low price of $5,000 by screenwriter Thad Mumford, they have languished in storage since their new owner failed to pay …

An architect’s gift opens doors for underrepresented graduate students the Clemson University School of Architecture is honored to announce a newly endowed scholarship for historically underserved and underrepresented students, courtesy of a grant from architect and Clemson alumnus Thomas Phifer ’75, M ’77. The Thomas Phifer Scholarship will support the School of Architecture tuition for …

New York based artist Kate Berger will give an artist talk at the Menil Drawing Institute February 17 to discuss his work: richly toned works on paper and paintings known for their exquisitely smooth lines, spatial complexity, and attention to paint saturation. Two of Shepherd’s works are currently on display in “Spatial awareness: drawings from …

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Passed down, bought and sold over the centuries, a lavish 17th-century collector’s item has finally entered a museum collection. The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has received the work of Nicolas Poussin agony in the garden (1626–1627), courtesy of New York collectors Barbara and Jon Landau, who have been listed on ART news‘s …

The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today that it has received from Jon and Barbara Landau an exceptional painting by Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665), a French artist who changed the course of European painting and set the conditions for generations of following artists. Agony in the Garden, created between 1626 and 1627, is one of only …

Portrait of the Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia (courtesy Christopher Wright) Christopher Wright has devoted his career to publishing monographs on 17th century painters such as Poussin, Vermeer and Rembrandt. Also author of Georges de Latour and The art of fakein 1982 he found himself at the center of an art world controversy when he went …

There are incredible art and sculpture trails across the West Midlands. Offering something for everyone, these beautiful walks include everything from century-old works of art to modern graffiti, and there’s plenty for the kids to explore, too. Toddlers will love Gruffalo and dinosaur spotting in Cannock and Coventry, looking for a mermaid in Edgbaston and …

MACHINE HALLUCINATIONS: NATURAL DREAMS! a unique AI data sculpture by @refikanadol on @opensea has reached the price of 300.6942 ETH! $1,210,841.42 We are still amazed by Refik’s outstanding auction result of 1.18 million. USD which proves the enormous potential of digital art in the market. Johann Konig Refik Anadol.Machine Hallucinations – Nature Dreams AI Data …

Heirs of Piet Mondrian, co-founder of the De Stijl movement and inventor of the term neoplasticism, sue the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) for the restitution of a 1926 painting by the Dutch artist who, according to them, was looted by the Nazis in 1937. Valued at over $ 100,000, Composition with blue entered the …

Today, many old houses see their wooden staircases, their paneling, their baseboards and their beams receiving layer after layer of paint. Yet even though the plastered joinery remains damp, emotions run high, both for those who wield brushes and for those wary of cover-ups. “I’m not sure if I’m going to list the bad guys …

Heike’s story is by far the most striking anime of the fall season and one of the most unique shows of 2021. Its tale of love, war and tragedy told against a backdrop of feudal Japan is downright fascinating, but equally impressive is the “story” this anime is based on. We’re not talking about a …

34 works that broaden the horizon of our gaze on light for the first time in South Korea Seoul, South Korea, November 2, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Amorepacific Museum of Art (hereafter APMA) presents Marie Corsica: Painting with Light, the American artist’s first comprehensive survey of solo museums South Korea, from November 2 to …

The latest news in Black Art presents updates and developments in the world of art and related culture Fredrika Newton, widow of Huey P. Newton, with a bronze sculpture of the co-founder of Black Panther. Oakland Artist Dana King Bust Unveiled October 24 in Oakland, California | Screenshot of AP video Public art The Black …

I recently returned from New York where I had the opportunity to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art and see the Medici exhibition. By the way, the Met had a vaccination mandate, masks were needed, and everyone felt safe and comfortable. One of the recurring symbols used by Renaissance painters in their depictions of famous …

by Amy Alinkofsky The Rockland Center for the Arts (RoCA) is proud to present The enchanted garden: colors in motion and the Women in sculpture as part of a tribute to the 20e Centennial artist and feminist, Dorothy Gillespie. The exhibits, which open today (Friday, October 15, 2021) in the Catherine Konner Sculpture Park, include …

It still feels like early fall in the Chinese painting galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The lighting is warm but dim; the decor, wheat beige and hazelnut. Despite sparks of color, the ink and brush paintings are visually restrained; their images can be difficult to read, even at close range. And although the …

The Pandora Papers which were unveiled over the weekend released more than twelve million documents revealing systematic tax evasion by fourteen companies using offshore bank accounts to hide the assets of hundreds of high net worth clients, including more than 100 billionaires. The articles also highlight corporations and high net worth individuals using shell companies …

Art #architecture # gravity #oil painting #paint October 1, 2021 Grace Ebert “Evenfall” (2021), oil on canvas, 28.75 × 23.62 inches. All images are courtesy of Thinkspace Projects, shared with permission Whether depicting a floating group of stairs and balconies or a living space separated by different forces of gravity, a new series of paintings …

Ancient Etruscan When they were created, ancient Greek, Etruscan, and Roman sculptures did not have the appearance we see them in museums today. Their surfaces, now mainly in ordinary marble, have been enriched with coats of paint. Polychromy, a term derived from the Greek for “many colors,” refers to the application of this paint, which …

The Metropolitan Museum of Art said on Wednesday it would return a 10th-century religious sculpture to Nepal after researchers discovered gaps in its provenance record. Experts in the region’s cultural history said the icon was likely stolen from a temple in the Kathmandu Valley nearly 50 years ago. The sculpture depicts Lord Shiva, a revered …

To get Morning Links delivered to your inbox every day of the week, subscribe to our Breakfast with ARTnews bulletin. Header lines THE REAL ARTICLE? Friday the Vatican Museums opened a tantalizing show with a long title: “Saints Peter and Paul by Raphael and Fra Bartolomeo: a tribute to the patrons of Rome”. It brings …

Syracuse University professor emeritus of art history Wayne Franits was one of the first people in over three centuries to see a painting by 17th-century Dutch artist Hendrick ter Brugghen that was believed to have been lost in time. Professor Emeritus of Art History Wayne Franits and a colleague look at the painting “Roman Charity” …

The Art Detective is a weekly column by Katya Kazakina for Artnet News Pro that lifts the veil on what really happening in the art market. When the Metropolitan Museum of Art announced last week that it would sell around $ 1 million in art to help fill a $ 150 million pandemic-induced shortfall, it …