Archive for January, 2010

Tel Aviv Museum of Art Showing Italian Paintings

. January 30, 2010

The Tel Aviv Museum of Art holds numerous works by important Italian artists several of which are presently on show. Gino Severini is represented by one of his famous Futurist paintings from c. 1915, the portrait of Mrs. Meyer-See, a socialite and the wife of a well-known London art dealer, as well as by Dancers […]

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3000 Years of Mexican Art Enliven Woodson Art Museum Galleries

. January 29, 2010

WAUSAU, WISCONSIN: Las Artes de Mexico, opening January 30 at the Woodson Art Museum, celebrates the rich and diverse artistic history of Mexico. Through more than 120 works, the exhibition traces over 3000 years of art and culture, from the ancient worlds of the Mayans and Aztecs to twentieth-century pieces by well-known modernists including Diego […]

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Franz Ackermann Exhibition at Kunstmuseum

. January 29, 2010

Franz Ackermann was born in Neumarkt St. Veit (Bavaria) in 1963 is one of the most innovative painters of the past ten years. Since 2001 this internationally acclaimed artist has also been employed as a professor at the Akademie der bildenden Künste in Karlsruhe. Time and time again, he manages to make an impression with […]

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National Museum Wales Acquires Alan Davie Painting

National Museum Wales Acquires Alan Davie Painting

. January 29, 2010

National Museum Wales is delighted to announce its acquisition of Crazy Gondolier (1960), a bright, jubilant painting by Scottish artist Alan Davie. The work was acquired with the generous support of the Derek Williams Trust (£30,000) and The Art Fund, the UK’s leading independent art charity (£20,000). Alan Davie – Crazy Gondolier (1960) Music is […]

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Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Acquires Mathias Kauage Painting

Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Acquires Mathias Kauage Painting

. January 29, 2010

The Art Fund has helped Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology buy an important work by one of the pre-eminent artists of Papua New Guinea. Biting the Doctor’s Arm by Mathias Kauage was acquired for £25,000 with a £9,000 grant from The Art Fund. Biting the Doctor’s Arm by Mathias Kauage Mathias Kauage (c.1944 – […]

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