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LS Lowry North Sea seascape sold for more than £1m

LS Lowry North Sea seascape sold for more than £1m

A seascape by artist LS Lowry has been auctioned at Tennants Auctioneers in Leyburn, North Yorkshire for more than a million pounds. Although the artist was better known for depicting the north-west of England, The North Sea shows a view from Seaburn, near Sunderland. The work, which had been in private hands since a year […]

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Paintings by Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis auctioned

Paintings by Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis auctioned

Canada – Eleven original paintings by the acclaimed Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis (1903-1980) sold for a combined $559,510 in an online-only Canadiana & Folk Art auction held October 8th by Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd., based in New Hamburg, Ontario. Overall, 344 lots came up for bid in the auction, which grossed a robust […]

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Christies announce Visionary: The Paul G. Allen Collection sale

Christies announce Visionary: The Paul G. Allen Collection sale

Christies have announced Visionary: The Paul G. Allen Collection auction on from 9–10 November at Rockefeller Center in New York. The collection of philanthropist Paul G. Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, includes more than 150 masterpieces spanning 500 years of art history. Reflecting the depth and breadth of Paul G. Allen’s collection, the auctions connect this […]

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Baltimore Museum of Art To Present Exhibition of Works by Five Recent Baker Artist Awardees

Baltimore Museum of Art To Present Exhibition of Works by Five Recent Baker Artist Awardees

Baltimore, Addressed: Baker Artist Awards unites works by five recent awardees who respond to the past, present, and imagined future of the city. Laura Amussen (interdisciplinary, 2020); David Page (visual arts, 2019); Ernest Shaw Jr. (visual arts, 2022); Susan Waters-Eller (visual arts, 2020); and Pamela Woolford (interdisciplinary, 2022) have each created works that speak to […]

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Wrightwood 659 announce Michiko Itatani: Celestial Stage

Wrightwood 659 announce Michiko Itatani: Celestial Stage

Wrightwood 659 is pleased to announce Michiko Itatani: Celestial Stage, an exhibition of more than 60 paintings and drawings that reveal the Chicago-based artist’s fascination with humankind’s efforts to comprehend the universe and the inspiring grandeur of the unknown. Over the course of her 40-year career, Itatani (b. 1948, Osaka, Japan) has created a compelling […]

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Textile Museum of Canada Announces Simone Elizabeth Saunders: u.n.i.t.y. Exhibition

Textile Museum of Canada Announces Simone Elizabeth Saunders: u.n.i.t.y. Exhibition

The Textile Museum of Canada (the Museum) will present Simone Elizabeth Saunders: u.n.i.t.y., an exhibition of works by Simone Elizabeth Saunders, evoking personal history, Afro diaspora, and Black sisterhood through portraits created with bold, colourful textiles. Saunders’ dramatic tufted works incorporate motifs from her Jamaican heritage and engage with sociocultural factors to reclaim power from […]

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440 Gallery Presents 3:10 to Union Station Painted California landscapes by Janet Pedersen

440 Gallery Presents 3:10 to Union Station Painted California landscapes by Janet Pedersen

BROOKLYN, NY – 440 Gallery is pleased to present 3:10 to Union Station, an exhibit of California landscapes by painter Janet Pedersen. This series, composed of flashe and acrylic gouache paint on panels, canvas and paper, was inspired by the artist’s train ride from Santa Barbara to Los Angeles this past January. As a young […]

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Andy Warhol’s Flowers for MBA Seattle Auction House’s online sale

Andy Warhol’s Flowers for MBA Seattle Auction House’s online sale

An Andy Warhol original acrylic and screenprint on canvas titled Flowers (1965), plus vibrant original artworks by Alden Mason, Morris Graves, Dale Chihuly, Z. Z. Wei, Kenjiro Nomura and other art world notables will come up for bid in an online-only Modernism: Art and Object auction scheduled for Thursday, September 29th, by MBA Seattle Auction […]

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CRESCENT CITY AUCTION GALLERY’S AUCTION TO FEATURE ART BY KEITH HARING, EUGENE LOUIS BOUDIN AND E.S. COOPER

CRESCENT CITY AUCTION GALLERY’S AUCTION TO FEATURE ART BY KEITH HARING, EUGENE LOUIS BOUDIN AND E.S. COOPER

NEW ORLEANS, La. – A set of four atlas portfolio volumes of John James Audubon’s The Birds of America, a felt on paper artwork by pop art icon Keith Haring and oil on canvas paintings by acclaimed painters E. S. Cooper and Eugène Louis Boudin are just a few of the expected top lots in […]

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440 Gallery announces Nature/ Nurture, a solo show of mixed media work by Karen Gibbons

440 Gallery announces Nature/ Nurture, a solo show of mixed media work by Karen Gibbons

BROOKLYN, NY – Opening our new fall season on September 8th, 440 Gallery is pleased to present Nature/ Nurture, a solo show of mixed media work by Karen Gibbons. Inspired by nature, these vibrant, eclectic pieces dynamically blend collage, drawing, and painting with a sculptural presence. This is Gibbons’ sixth solo show at the gallery. […]

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OIL PAINTINGS BY IGOR TULPANOV, JEAN BAPTISTE VAN LOO AND EASTMAN JOHNSON FOR AHLERS & OGLETREE’S  SALE

OIL PAINTINGS BY IGOR TULPANOV, JEAN BAPTISTE VAN LOO AND EASTMAN JOHNSON FOR AHLERS & OGLETREE’S SALE

Original oil paintings by Igor Tulpanov (Russian-American, b. 1939), Jean Baptiste Van Loo (French, 1684-1745) and Eastman Johnson (American, 1824-1906) are a few of the expected top lots in Ahlers & Ogletree’s three-day, online-only Fine Estates & Collections auction planned for the weekend of August 25th-27th starting at 10 am Eastern time all three days. […]

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Langson IMCA present Echoes of Perception: Peter Alexander and California Impressionism an exhibition on view at the University Art Gallery

Langson IMCA present Echoes of Perception: Peter Alexander and California Impressionism an exhibition on view at the University Art Gallery

In 2019, Langson IMCA Museum Director Kim Kanatani invited artist Peter Alexander to curate an exhibition of California Impressionism from the museum’s collections. Prior to his untimely death in 2020, Alexander had begun identifying works in the permanent collection with which he felt a kinship and exemplified the California Impressionists’ profound connection to the light, […]

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