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The Fort Smith Fine Arts Museum: Togetherness through Creativity

The Fort Smith Fine Arts Museum: Togetherness through Creativity

A group of university women with a passion for the preservation of art founded the idea behind the space known today as the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum back in 1948. Construction of this fine arts museum began in 1960. ...

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American Art: Top 7 Fine Art Museums in the US

American Art: Top 7 Fine Art Museums in the US

Every country has its rich history full of important events, critical points, and periods of rise and decline. The same can be said about the centuries-old formation of American art. The art world of the United States is considered to ...

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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York

The building of this museum, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, nowadays is considered as the youngest landmark of New York. The museum itself represents the masterpieces by the most prominent artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. The list of ...

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The Brooklyn Museum: The Oldest and the Biggest in New York

The Brooklyn Museum: The Oldest and the Biggest in New York

The Brooklyn Museum in New York is an art space with a vast and exciting history. Since its foundation in 1895, the museum has changed its conception several times, so, it has made a long and complicated way to achieve ...

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The Museum of Modern Art Will Be Closed for 4 Months

The Museum of Modern Art Will Be Closed for 4 Months

This summer, the Museum of Modern Art in New York takes four months summer vacation – this is one of the latest news in the world of art. They announced that the museum would be closed since June 15. This ...

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The Strangest NY Museums

The Strangest NY Museums

New York is a cradle of numerous art institutions. However, lots of tourists coming to visit the city every year have not the vaguest idea that there are other, no less exciting museums than the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim, and ...

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The Louvre Plans to Buy Rembrandt’s Artwork

The Louvre Plans to Buy Rembrandt’s Artwork

The Louvre plans to purchase a painting by Rembrandt van Rijn “The Standard-Bearer” (1636). It is an elegant full-size portrait of a standing man, which has been owned by the French branch of the Rothschild dynasty for almost two centuries. ...

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Another Scandal Around “Salvator Mundi”

Another Scandal Around “Salvator Mundi”

The National Gallery, one of the well-known art galleries in London, has to justify the inclusion of the scandalous painting “Salvator Mundi” (“Savior of the World”) in the retrospective exhibition of Leonardo da Vinci that was held in 2011-2012. Author ...

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Leonardo da Vinci Expositions: Part II

Leonardo da Vinci Expositions: Part II

Despite the great number of exhibitions honoring the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death, the main art events will be held in Milan. The Italian master spent the most productive 18 years of his life here. In Milan, he ...

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Edvard Munch’s Exhibitions in London and Moscow

Edvard Munch’s Exhibitions in London and Moscow

Among the highlights of the exhibition “Edvard Munch. Love and fear,” which opened in the British Museum, is a scandalous artwork by the Norwegian artist titled “Self-Portrait with Tulla Larsen.” Munch created this painting in 1905 and two years later, ...

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