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painting

Rubens’s Masterpiece Revealed: The Judgement of Paris Returns to the Public

After a meticulous conservation process spanning 14 months, Peter Paul Rubens's iconic painting - The Judgement of Paris (probably 1632‒5) - is returning to...

Patricia Leite: Landscape of Legends Unveiled at the Thomas Dane Gallery

In the heart of London, from the 7th of June to the 3rd of August 2024, an extraordinary exhibition is set to take place...

Lévy Gorvy Dayan Unveils N. Dash’s Solo Exhibition in New Mayfair Location

London's art scene is set to be revitalized this Spring as Lévy Gorvy Dayan opens the doors to its latest gallery in the prestigious...

Fong Chung-Ray’s Major Retrospective at UMAG, University of Hong Kong

Fong Chung-Ray's major retrospective "Abstract Evolutions: Sixty Years of Paintings by Fong Chung-Ray" will be presented by the University Museum and Art Gallery, The University of...

Pipeline presents Alina Frieske Solo photography exhibition, in conjunction with Photo London

Sat in the intersection between photography and painting, Alina Frieske’s solo exhibition Nightly Newsfeed explores how accustomed we are to unsorted visual information held...

Paul Hunter Speagle: “The Speagle’s” – JPS Gallery, Hong Kong

When you think of ‘family’, what comes to mind? Perhaps it is the gingerbread house your family built last Christmas or the comforting embrace...

National Gallery Acquires its First Painting by Eva Gonzalès

On the occasion of the artist’s 177th birthday on Friday 19th April, the National Gallery has acquired La Psyché (The Full-length Mirror), about 1869‒70, by...

Bold Works by Fritz Scholder, Oscar Howe, and Charles Loloma Highlight Bonhams Modern Native American Art Sale

Dartmouth Portrait #3, 1973 by Fritz Scholder (Luiseño, 1937-2005), estimated at $100,000 – 150,000, and a Pueblo-style gold and coral necklace circa 1998 by Jesse Monongya (Diné [Navajo]/Hopi, b. 1952), estimated at $12,000 – 18,000.