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02/03/2017 LONDON. The large joint exhibition of Michelangelo Buonarroti and Sebastiano del Piombo, which opened at the National Gallery in London, was supposed to help the audience to explore the “creative partnership” between the great Renaissance master and his follower. However, in fact, the exhibition was "disadvantageous" for none of the artists represented.
27/02/2017 PARIS. "The best of my students." It was with these words written by the diplomat, Secretary of State and renowned art collector Dudley Carleton that Pieter Paul Rubens described Anthony van Dyck, a young artist with exceptionally early talent who worked in his studio.
07/02/2017 The Uffizi Gallery in Florence is about to rectify the greatest historical gender injustice: starting in March this year, one of the oldest museums in the world intends to organize more exhibitions of women artists. The first exhibition will be dedicated to the work of Suor Plautilla Nelli (Suor Plautilla Nelli, 1523-1587), a nun who is known as the first artist of the Renaissance.
06/02/2017 The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid found itself in a difficult situation - a lease on a collection owned by 73-year-old Baroness Carmen Cervera, widow of industrial tycoon Hans Heinrich von Thyssen-Bornemisza ), who died in 2002, came to an end on Monday, January 30th.
03/02/2017 VATICAN. The Vatican has introduced an updated website with a simple, but at the same time more elegant and sophisticated design. The site is available on any type of device, with any operating system.
01/02/2017 CASABLANCA. “Madonna with the Saints John the Evangelist and Gregory the Wonderworker” by Guercino was stolen in 2014 and was only recently discovered in Casablanca.
31/01/2017 NEW YORK. Who says that the biggest and fastest profits can be made only by selling contemporary art? This is not so, but only if you have a trained eye and you are well acquainted with the history of art.
04/01/2017 Looking through local auction catalogs on the Internet, every art lover dreams of discovering a long-lost or unknown work of a great artist, hidden among thousands of old paintings, books and furniture.
29/11/2016 LONDON. Courtauld Gallery restorers in London believe their version of Le déjeuner sur l’Herbe by Édouard Manet is not just a copy of a painting from the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, and her preparatory phase.
27/11/2016 AMSTERDAM. The Rijksmuseum has released its own cookbook, which includes descriptions of 130 dishes from 50 ingredients traditional for Holland.
26/11/2016 NEW YORK. The picture "Rack" (La Meule, 1891) by Claude Monet (Claude Monet, 1840-1926) became the top lot of the Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale auction, which Christie’s auction house held on November 16.
13/11/2016 PARIS. After 10 months of restoration The louvre museum put up a picture again "St. John the Baptist" (St John the Baptist) one of the last works Leonardo da Vinci . The masterpiece took its place in the Grand Gallery of the Louvre, which is visited by about 9 million people a year.
12/11/2016 VEIN. Pretending to be potential buyers, Austrian law enforcement authorities arrested a group of dealers selling fake paintings by Pablo Picasso back in July 2016, but details of this operation have been released just now.
05/11/2016 EX-AN-PROVENCE. A former electrician who had kept about 300 works of Pablo Picasso in his garage for almost 40 years, told the French Court of Appeals that the artist’s widow may have wanted to hide these works from her family.
04/11/2016 A new study casts doubt on the popular theory that the artist cut off his ear after a quarrel with Paul Gauguin.