Tuscan Hills Are Alive With Amateur Archaeologists
Date: 23 Aug 2007 | Views: 2464
CASENOVOLE, Italy — The Etruscan tomb was hidden in such a remote corner of Tuscany that Andrea Marcocci, the archaeology student who found and identified it about a decade ago, was not very worried that anyone else would stumble upon it. More...
Letters Give New View of Artist
Date: 23 Aug 2007 | Views: 2944
A new collection of Vincent van Gogh's letters casts doubt on the popular notion that his mental illness was also the source of his artistic genius. More...
Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art at Sotheby's
Date: 20 Aug 2007 | Views: 3579
NEW YORK, N.Y.- Following Sotheby’s unprecedented sale of Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art last spring, which shattered the previous record for the category in New York, this fall Sotheby’s sale in New York... More...
Sotheby's To Offer Collection of Antique Carousel Animals
Date: 20 Aug 2007 | Views: 4567
NEW YORK, N.Y. - This fall, Sotheby’s will offer a collection of thirteen antique carousel animals from the Estate of Charlotte Dinger, one of the world’s leading collectors and foremost authorities on antique carousels and carousel art, in its sale of Important Americana on October 4th, 2007. More...
Indian Art at Sotheby's New York
Date: 16 Aug 2007 | Views: 2790
NEW YORK, N.Y. - This September, Sotheby’s will hold two sales of Indian Art: Indian Art including Miniatures and Modern Paintings on September 19th and Contemporary Art South Asia: India and Pakistan on September 21st, 2007... More...
Seeing Is Believing?
Date: 15 Aug 2007 | Views: 7026
Is this a real Jackson Pollock? A mysterious trove of pictures rocks the art world. More...
IMA Receives $2.2 Million Endowment Gift From Ruth Lilly
Date: 15 Aug 2007 | Views: 3700
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indianapolis Museum of Art today announced that it has received a $2.2 million gift from philanthropist Ruth Lilly to endow the IMA’s director of horticulture, a position held by Mark Zelonis since 1997. More...
Why the art world is a disaster
Date: 13 Aug 2007 | Views: 5912
It is now that we begin to encounter the fevered quest for novelty at any price, it is now that we see insincere and superficial cynicism and deliberate conscious bluff; we meet, in a word, the calculated exploitation of this art as a means of destroying all order... More...
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