Fine Art News

Chubb Responds to Growing $6-Billion-a-Year Art Theft Problem

Art collectors beware: Before making a purchase, make sure it is not among the reported $6 billion in stolen works that are on the market each year. Says a leading art attorney: “You can save yourself a lot of aggravation and money by doing your homework first.” To help its customers face a challenge by […]

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Rare Silent Movie Poster Exhibit Headed To New Jersey

Barnegat, New Jersey – Unshredded Nostalgia, New Jersey’s only metropolitan-style poster gallery showcasing original movie, television and stage posters announces a rare poster exhibit featuring the era of silent movies. The exhibit, titled “Gems of the Silent Screen,” opens to the public on March 15, 2008, with an opening night gala reception from 5 to […]

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Artist Bill Neale to Salute the Competitive Spirit of Motorsports at the Amelia Island Concours

Amelia Island, Fla. – February 15, 2008 – Bill Neale, a founding member of the renowned Automotive Fine Arts Society, will rekindle the competitive spirit of road racing’s golden age when he unveils “Parnelli Jones” at the 2008 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance on March 7-9, 2008, in Amelia Island, Fla. The 24″ x 36″ acrylic […]

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Inside Edition Features Fine Art Registry as Resource for Cruise Line Art Auction Victims

Phoenix, AZ, United States, 02/14/2008 – On 11 Feb 08, CBS’s Inside Edition aired the results of an ongoing investigation into cruise line art auctions such as those held by Park West at Sea, a division of Park West Gallery. The program featured Fine Art Registry as an advocacy group. CBS’s Inside Edition aired the […]

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Buried Treasure – Important Art Collection Discovered in Detroit

DETROIT, MI – 02/13/08 — Standing in the middle of the 2nd floor auction showroom surrounded by a kaleidoscope of sparkling treasures, one wishes that Paul Harvey was here to tell you the rest of the story. Certainly, DuMouchelle Art Galleries’ February 15th-17th auction catalog reveals the tale in its inventory: a 500-piece roster chock-full […]

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Artprice Market Confidence Index is Morose in Europe and Improving in the USA

PARIS, February 5 – With just three months to go before the highly publicised Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale in New York, Artprice has decided to reveal art market sentiment as indicated by analysis of its new market barometer: Art Market Confidence Index (R). The AMCI (R) gives a reading in real-time and its […]

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Agora Gallery Collective Exhibition

The Agora Gallery ( 530 West 25th Street , Chelsea , New York , NY, 10001) presents a collective exhibition, scheduled to run from February 5th through February 26th. The collection will feature a captivating selection of innovative and talented emerging and mid career artists from around the world. The Allegory of Form – Featured […]

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Dreamtime Art from Down Under beckons US Collectors

La Jolla CA – January 9, 2008 – Molloy Gallery of La Jolla announced today that it will be holding the first major US exhibition of works by renowned Australian Aboriginal artist, Kudditji Kngwarreye (pronounced “koo-ba-gee noo-war-uh”). A satellite exhibition of LA art week, the show will be held January 25-27 in the Marquee Ballroom […]

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PawCasso auction to raise money for art and animals

The Columbia Art League is teaming up with the Central Missouri Humane Society for a silent live auction to benefit Columbia art and animals. “PawCasso: An Evening for Art and Animals” will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Windsor Ballroom in the Holiday Inn Executive Center. Cost is $50 at the door. Bidding […]

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