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Five Artists of the Prince’s Drawing School to Exhibit at Thomas Williams Fine Art

Five Artists of the Prince’s Drawing School to Exhibit at Thomas Williams Fine Art

Five artists from the Prince’s Drawing School who worked as artists in residence at Kensington Palace over the last year will be exhibiting at Thomas Williams Fine Art on Bond Street this autumn. Jennifer Blake, Perienne Christian, Amelia Power, Daniel Preece and Pippa Ridley will show a series of paintings and drawings, many of which […]

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Great Expectations / A Tale of Two Artists at The Providence Art Club

Great Expectations / A Tale of Two Artists at The Providence Art Club

Steeped in a rich history, the Providence Art Club has long been a place for artists and art patrons to congregate, create, display and circulate works of art. Since its founding in 1880, the Club continues its tradition of sponsoring and supporting the visual arts in Providence and throughout Rhode Island. To ensure that the […]

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The 10th Wave III: In Person, Art Textiles and Fiber Sculpture Opens at Artifact Design Group

In October and November 2009, Artifact Design Group will present The 10th Wave III: In Person an exhibition of contemporary international art textiles and fiber sculpture, curated by browngrotta arts. The 10th Wave III: In Person will feature the work of more than 70 artists, working in a wide range of textile techniques and materials. […]

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Photographs From The Miller-Plummer Collection For Rockefeller Center Sale

Photographs From The Miller-Plummer Collection For Rockefeller Center Sale

Offered as a single-owner sale on October 8 and comprising 118 lots, the collection is distinguished for its range and depth from vintage masterpieces to modernist prints, all of impeccable quality. A unique opportunity for collectors around the world, the collection will be offered at a range of attractive estimates starting from $2,000. Harvey Shipley […]

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