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100 Unearthed Lots and Asian Art Headline Clarke Auction's March 18th Auction for Asia Week New York 2012

Posted: March 13, 2012 14:39 Last Updated: | Joseph Ronan Clarke

The last 100 lots of Clarke Auction’s March 18th sale include a variety of American and International oil paintings, drawings, and prints that the Auction had unearthed from a storage unit, earlier this week, but the discovery of the fine art is not the only conquest of Clarke Auction for the upcoming auction. The day’s auction, starts at 2:00pm, will include a worldly collection of art, furniture, and silver. Just as Mark Antony adored Cleopatra, so too does Clarke have a fondness for Egyptian beauty, as exemplified in the oil and sand on masonite painting, entitled “Le Menestral,” by...


Tutankhamun's golden sandals are among the Egyptian treasures on view at the Denver Art Museum beginning June 29.  © Sandro Vannini .

King Tut tour raises funds for a grand new Cairo museum

Posted: May 23, 2010 13:29 Last Updated: | ArtfixDaily Staff

 Egypt's outspoken crusader for cultural objects, Dr. Zahi Hawass, has been demanding the repatriation of Egyptian antiquities from museums worldwide. At the same time, he has endorsed two touring exhibitions of Egypt's most prized ancient treasures. On June 25, Dr. Hawass, Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Egypt, will be a special guest of the Denver Art Museum. VIP ticket holders to the museum's gala "Flappers and Pharoahs," a fundraising event for 'Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs,' will be able to hear Dr. Hawass wax on about the fifty...


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