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Paris Art Exhibitions of 2019. Part III

Paris Art Exhibitions of 2019. Part III

The leading art institutes of the French capital offer plenty of captivating Paris art exhibitions that are worth visiting in 2019. The Petit Palais – “Romantic Paris, 1815-1848” and “Romantic Germany” The Petit Palais from May 22 to September 15 ...

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Paris Art Shows of 2019. Part II

Paris Art Shows of 2019. Part II

This year, major art museums of Paris have prepared a galore of fascinating art exhibitions for true fine art connoisseurs. The Musée du Luxembourg – “The Nabis and The Décor” The Musée du Luxembourg, with the assistance of the Grand ...

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Paris Art Shows of 2019. Part I

Paris Art Shows of 2019. Part I

The retrospective of Leonardo da Vinci in the Louvre, dedicated to the 500th anniversary of his death, undoubtedly represents the central event of Paris art life in 2019. However, other leading fine art museums of the French capital have prepared ...

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Vienna Art Exhibitions of 2019. Part II

Vienna Art Exhibitions of 2019. Part II

The leading museums of the Austrian capital present Vienna art exhibitions that are worth visiting in 2019. The Leopold Museum on April 6 will open one of the most extensive retrospectives of Oskar Kokoschka, who was one of the most ...

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Vienna Art Exhibitions of 2019. Part I

Vienna Art Exhibitions of 2019. Part I

Leading museums and art galleries of the Austrian capital will present several exhibitions until the end of 2019. The Kunsthistorisches Museum – “Spitzmaus Mummy in a Coffin and other Treasures” Until April 28, the Kunsthistorisches Museum will host one of ...

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Monet’s “Haystacks” Painting to Be Sold at Sotheby’s

Monet’s “Haystacks” Painting to Be Sold at Sotheby’s

After the triumph of Monet at Sotheby’s, the Auction House has announced the sale of another major symbol of impressionism – the iconic Claude Monet’s “Haystacks” painting. Three years ago, the “sibling” of this painting set a world auction record for the art pieces by ...

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Major Retrospective of Derek Jarman’s Daring Art

Major Retrospective of Derek Jarman’s Daring Art

In November, the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) in Dublin will open a major retrospective of Derek Jarman’s daring art titled “PROTEST!.” The exposition of 80 artworks created by British film director and artist for the first time will ...

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Herculaneum’s Archaeological Museum Is Finally Open

Herculaneum’s Archaeological Museum Is Finally Open

Although Herculaneum is not as popular among tourists as neighboring Pompeii, the archaeological value of the local excavations is equally high. The building for the Herculaneum’s Archaeological Museum was ready more than 40 years ago, but only recently the Antiquarium has opened ...

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George Michael’s Art Collection Sold at Christie’s

George Michael’s Art Collection Sold at Christie’s

George Michael’s art collection, which included 60 items and was put up for Christie’s evening sale, brought 9 million 264 thousand pounds (12,302,000 dollars or 10,848,000 euros). All the money will be transferred to numerous charitable projects that the legendary pop ...

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TEFAF’s New Vetting Policy

TEFAF’s New Vetting Policy

TEFAF’s new vetting policy has brought the first fruits: the most prestigious fair of classical art, which is held in Maastricht from 16 to 24 March, will open its doors for 38 new participants. TEFAF (The European Fine Art Fair) ...

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