Fine Art News

8th Wonder of the World Found in Leeds

Bonhams are proud to announce it has teamed up with the David Lloyd Gallery and are exhibiting works by the Micro-Sculptured Artist, Willard Wigan MBE in their Leeds Offices from Thursday 6 – Friday 14 March 2008. Please call 0113 234 5755 for more information (opening times Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5.00pm). This follows […]

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HEIRS OF CURT GLASER REACT TO DECISION OF THE BASEL CITY COUNSEL DENYING THE RETURN NAZI LOOTED ARTWORKS

The heirs of Curt Glaser reacted today to a decision by the Basel City Counsel not to return artworks sold in a May, 1933 auction by Curt Glaser after he was forced out of his position as Director of the Berlin State Art Library by the Nazis because he was Jewish. The decision follows a […]

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Annual 3 Day A Cappella Music Festival

RESTON, VA – March 7, 8, 9, 2008 – Over 100 of the best professional a cappella singers from Germany, Austria, Canada and the United States will take the stage at South Lakes High School for the annual 3 day a cappella music festival, “CASA’s East Coast A cappella Summit” from March 7 to 9, […]

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British born sculptor Paul Egan chosen to create coat of arms sculpture for Frankfurt-Oder

British born sculptor Paul Egan chosen to create coat of arms sculpture for Frankfurt-Oder

Berlin/Frankfurt-Oder, 28.02.2008. The Berlin based artist and sculptor Paul Egan has been chosen to create a sculpture of the Frankfurt-Oder Cockerel, the city’s coat of arms. The sculpture will provide the basis for a project similar to the highly successful one now running in the German capital, known as the “Berlin Buddy Bear”. The project […]

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Left Bank Art League remodels, expands hours

The Left Bank Art League (LBAL) Gallery, has undergone a huge transformation in the last few months. Thanks to the generous volunteers who make-up the League, the walls have been covered, paint has been applied and new artwork is moving-in. Not only does the Gallery have a new appearance, the new hours are more visitor […]

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Artist Pension Trust Launches Bespoke Advisory Service for Art Collectors and Investors

Artist Pension Trust® (APT), a long-term financial planning program for emerging and mid-career artists, is pleased to announce today the launch of APT Intelligence, a unique advisory service aimed at assisting art collectors and investors in making informed art purchases and investments. APT Intelligence, through one-on-one phone consultations and customized tours, provides clients with access […]

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First exhibition of work by seven Shanghai artists in the UK The Catto Gallery 5th – 24th April 2008

The Catto Gallery, London is proud to announce the debut exhibition of seven Contemporary Chinese artists from the Shanghai School. These artists, although established in China, have never been seen in London. Their works range from traditional, satirical, to political, tender and sexual – all topics which have had a difficult journey in China’s political […]

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One Million Visitors Drawn to New Greek and Roman Galleries at Metropolitan Museum

New York – February 22, 2008 – The Metropolitan Museum of Art tallied the one millionth visitor to its acclaimed New Greek and Roman Galleries on February 21. In the ten months since the galleries opened (on April 20, 2007), they have attracted an average of some 3700 people per day. This is approximately 27% […]

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Jay Koka to Showcase Paintings of Vintage and New at the 2008 Amelia Island Concours

Amelia Island, Fla. – February 20, 2008 – Popular Automotive Fine Arts Society artist Jay Koka will showcase two unique paintings featuring vintage and new models during the annual AFAS art show at the 2008 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance on March 7-9, 2008, in Amelia Island, Fla. Both paintings, “Rolls at the Ritz,” and “Alpina” […]

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