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The OxyContin Fortune Bankrolling Museums

Esquire / October 19th, 2017

Esquire details the little-known connection between a family fortune built on the pain medication, OxyContin, and a substantial legacy of museum philanthropy. The Sackler family name is much associated with museum buildings and higher ...

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The 57th Annual Thanksgiving Auction of Americana

Delaware / November 24, 2017

Traditionally known as Black Friday in the world of big-box retail sales, this day collectors and dealers will instead flock to Garth’s historic barn for a longheld Garth's tradition, the 57th annual Thanksgiving weekend Americana...

BOUND FOR POSTERITY: Henry Martin Gasser (1909–1981)Blogs

BOUND FOR POSTERITY: Henry Martin Gasser (1909–1981)

Questroyal Fine Art Blog / September 9th, 2017 12:17

An exhibition and sale, November 10–December 9, 2017 New York (October 10, 2017) – Questroyal Fine Art is proud to present Bound for Posterity: Henry Martin Gasser (1909–1981). An artist distinguished by one hundred awards nationwide...

Karen Pence unveils her initiative: Art Therapy: Healing with the HeART

Karen Pence Explains Art Therapy for Her Second Lady Platform

ArtfixDaily / October 18th, 2017

Second Lady Karen Pence brought 100 pounds of clay with her to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico. Packed onto Air Force Two, the clay was meant for an art therapist that Pence had heard needed the artistic medium for children on the ...

Norman Rockwell’s Shuffleton’s Barbershop (1950)

Rockwell Family Presses for Berkshire Museum to Halt Art Sales

Berkshire Eagle / October 17th, 2017

Members of Norman Rockwell's family met with the Massachusetts attorney general's office last week to voice opposition to the planned sale by the Berkshire Museum of two works by the artist. The artist gave "Shuffleton's Barber Shop" ...

Albert Bierstadt, The Domes of Yosemite

15-Foot Bierstadt Painting 'The Domes of Yosemite' Travels to Florida

ArtfixDaily / October 16th, 2017

The largest known painting by American master Albert Bierstadt (1830–1902) will be exhibited in Florida this winter through a special loan of the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum in Vermont. The Domes of the Yosemite, which measures nearly 10 by ...

A version of the "I Love You California print" by Annie Galvin, 3 Fish Studios.

California Art Studio Raises $100K in 2 Days for Fire Relief

SFGate / October 15th, 2017

The San Francisco artist-couple behind a popular "I Love You California" art print ran a 2-day fundraiser that quickly generated $100,000 for fire relief in Northern California. 3FishStudios partnered with The What newsletter and Next ...

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Gallerist Gary Nader to Sell $100 Million of His Art to Fund Museum

Miami New Times / October 12th, 2017

Art dealer Gary Nader plans to sell about $100 million worth of works from his collection to fund the building of a new museum in downtown Miami. Several blue-chip works---by the likes of Picasso and Botero---from Nader's personal ...

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