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Groundbreaking Exhibition Shows What A Major Influencer Millet Was On Modern Art's Trajectory

ArtfixDaily / January 16th, 2020

{{image}} {{image}} ‘Millet and Modern Art: From Van Gogh to Dalí’ creates an alternative narrative for the history of modern art. {{image}} The Saint Louis Art Museum next month will open “Millet and Modern Art: From Van Gogh to Dalí,” an exhibition that examines, for the first ...

A Missing Klimt Painting Possibly Found by Gardener in Italian Gallery Wall

Guardian / December 12th, 2019

Italian police are investigating the possible discovery of a long-missing Gustav Klimt painting that was found inside a wall of the gallery where it disappeared from 23 years ago. The missing Klimt is valued at €60 million ($66 million). Klimt's Portrait of a Lady, reportedly stolen in 1997, ...

Google Doodle Honors Innovative French Sculptor Camille Claudel

heavy / December 8th, 2019

On her 155th birthday, French artist Camille Claudel (1864-1943) was given major recognition this Sunday (Dec. 8) with a Google Doodle celebrating her pioneering sculptural work. After studying at Académie Colarossi, Claudel began training under Rodin in 1884, learning about his method of ...

Discover Alice Rahon, a Parisian Poet Turned Mexican Surrealist Painter, Whose Works Are Revealed at MOCA North Miami

ArtfixDaily / November 20th, 2019

The Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (MOCA) is set to present a new exhibition featuring works of French-Mexican surrealist painter Alice Rahon (1904–1987). “Poetic Invocations” is guest curated by Mexico-City based art historian Tere Arcq. The exhibition aims to contribute to the ...

Empire State Building Sparkled Green to Draw Attention to A Special Exhibit at the Met

ArtfixDaily / November 18th, 2019

Gather the kids (young and old) for the ultimate in STEAM immersion: science, technology, engineering, art and math all come together in an unprecedented gathering of historic treasures in New York. Of note, there is a glittering green delight. Highlighting that the world's largest natural ...

The Eskenazi Museum of Art’s $30 Million Renovation of I. M. Pei Building Opens With Suite of Exhibitions

ArtfixDaily / November 19th, 2019

After a two-and-a-half-year renovation, the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art reopened its doors on Nov. 7, 2019. In Bloomington, Indiana, The Eskenazi Museum has completed a $30 million renovation of its acclaimed I. M. Pei-designed building, which was inaugurated in 1982 and features the ...

A Record for Ed Ruscha Stands Out in Fall Auction Series

New York Times / November 14th, 2019

The fall sales series of Impressionist, modern and contemporary art in New York was not chock-full of blue-chip "trophy" art, according to the New York Times. Timed during an unsettling news cycle coupled with few top-tier collections or estates to offer, the major auction houses saw noteworthy ...

U.S. Museum Coalition Plans Exhibitions of Female Artists Ahead of 19th Amendment Centennial and 2020 Presidential Election

ArtfixDaily / November 6th, 2019

On November 5, election day across the U.S., a new website launched as a platform to help promote women artists in museum exhibitions nationwide. Feminist Art Coalition is the brainchild of Apsara DiQuinzio, the senior curator of Modern and contemporary art at the Berkeley Art Museum ...

'Pre-Raphaelite Sisters' Presents A New Narrative of the Iconic Art Movement

ArtfixDaily / October 30th, 2019

170 years after the first pictures were exhibited by the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood in 1849, "Pre-Raphaelite Sisters" at London's National Portrait Gallery, explores the overlooked contribution of twelve women to this iconic artistic movement. Featuring new discoveries and unseen works from ...

Art Scammer's San Francisco Home Offered at $15 Million

SFGate / October 17th, 2019

The home of a notorious art scammer, an enviable Mediterranean style mansion in the posh Sea Cliff neighborhood of San Francisco, is now offered for sale at $15 million, after a previusly listing at $19 million. In 2015, Luke Brugnara,  a.k.a. "Lucky Luke," was sentenced to seven ...

On Stage, 'The Independents' Probes the Colorful Relationship of Artists Mary Cassatt and Edgar Degas

ArtfixDaily / October 15th, 2019

A visit to the National Gallery of Art in DC five years ago sparked the imagination of playwright Christopher Ward. Inspired by the exhibition Degas/Cassatt, Ward researched and wrote a character-driven play that is historical fiction, spiced with authentic dialogue between the two legendary ...

5 Finds to Preview From 2019's AADLA Fine Art & Antique Dealers Show in NYC, Oct. 31-Nov. 4

ArtfixDaily / September 26th, 2019

{{image}} The Art & Antique Dealers League of America (AADLA) will present their third annual Fine Art & Antiques Show—with 24 dealers—for a 5-day run starting Thursday October 31st at the St. Ignatius Loyola Church in Wallace Hall, 980 Park Avenue on New York’s Upper East Side. ...

Fragonard's 'The Souvenir,' Fabritius' 'The Goldfinch' in Movies Draw New Audiences to Museums

Guardian / September 15th, 2019

Fragonard's image of a lovestruck Julie D’Etange and Fabritius' portrait of a tiny chained bird from the Dutch Golden Age loom large in two 2019 films that draw inspiration from classic artworks. A well-received film released earlier this year in the U.S. and recently in the U.K. has ...

After Auctioneer's Tip, Los Angeles Police Seek Owners of Art Trove Stolen in the '90s

Los Angeles Times / September 4th, 2019

A Southern California auctioneer alerted police when stolen items were brought in for valuation this summer. The Los Angeles Police Department is now searching for the original owners of over 100 paintings, antiques, documents, antique firearms and collectibles that were taken in the 1990s from ...

Crime Ring Used Social Media For Multi-million Dollar Art Thefts Around Houston

Houston Chronicle (slideshow includes images of stolen artwork) / July 25th, 2019

Burglars used social media to monitor victims' activities, scout their homes, and steal millions in artwork and other property, say Houston police. Seven people have been arrested in connection to the crimes. Among the victims was attorney Tony Buzbee, who is running for Houston mayor. He ...

Artist Leo Villareal Lights Up London With 'Illuminated River' Across Thames Bridges

ArtfixDaily / July 18th, 2019

Heads of traitors on spikes, bustling industry, quiet moonlit scenes by artists from Grimshaw to Whistler, the River Thames and its bridges have figured large in the lore of London. Now the public will see the historic waterway in a whole new light. Artist Leo Villareal – in collaboration with ...

'Lost' Caravaggio Valued at $170M Sells Prior to Auction

Los Angeles Times / June 26th, 2019

A recently attributed Caravaggio painting of Judith decapitating Assyrian general Holofernes sold privately earlier this week before a scheduled auction on Thursday. "Judith and Holofernes" depicts the dramatic Bible story of a Jewish heroine's efforts to save her people from the invading ...

The First US Museum Devoted to Posters Debuts in June

Hyperallergic / June 5th, 2019

This summer, the U.S. will get its first poster museum with the opening of The Poster House in New York. The 15,000 square-foot museum debuts June 20 on West 23rd Street in Chelsea, Manhattan. The space includes three exhibition spaces, interactive displays, and a children’s area. A ...

Ahead of Exhibition, Restorers Discover a Monet Water Lilies Painting Under His 'Wisteria'

New York Times / June 3rd, 2019

Claude Monet intended for his final masterpieces to be shown together in a Paris museum. The French state chose the Orangerie at the Tuileries to install his “Grandes Decorations," a series of now-prized water lily paintings created at the Impressionist's resplendent garden in Giverny. But ...

Simon de Pury Wins Legal Dispute With Friend Over Commission in 'Handshake' Deal for Gauguin

ArtNews / May 16th, 2019

Former Sotheby’s Europe chairman Simon de Pury has won a legal battle with his childhood friend over the sale of one of the world’s most expensive paintings to the emir of Qatar, reports The National. Britain’s highest court ruled on Wednesday for de Pury, and Michaela de Pury, in a ...