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Deaccessioned Arthur Meltzer Painting Sold for Record Price

. February 4, 2010

On Saturday, January 30, 2010, Garth’s Auctions of Delaware, Ohio in its Fine & Contemporary Art and Asian, Continental & American Furniture & Decorative Arts auction. auctioned Lot 202, the monumental 42” x 46” oil on canvas landscape by Pennsylvania artist Arthur Meltzer titled “The Robe of Winter”, opened up at $20,000 – just a […]

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Gotthard Graubner Painting Exhibition at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein

Gotthard Graubner Painting Exhibition at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein

. February 4, 2010

With the exhibition Gotthard Graubner. Painting the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein presents paintings, watercolours and drawings which elucidate the artist’s understanding of his work in terms of both continuity and change. The exhibition has been conceived not as a retrospective, but rather as a condensed pres-entation of outstanding works. This selection highlights what concerned, and indeed still […]

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Exhibition Etienne Zack at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal

. February 4, 2010

In Etienne Zack’s innovative and vibrant paintings, the viewer’s eye is led every which way over the canvas. Like a modern-day maze, each of his works draws us into a multilayered labyrinth. The Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal presents the exhibition Etienne Zack from February 4 to April 25, 2010. Etienne Zack was previously featured […]

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Frye Art Museum / Arts Corps collaboration invited to White House

Frye Art Museum / Arts Corps collaboration invited to White House

. February 4, 2010

Eight Arts Corps students and their two teaching artists – the creative force behind the Frye Art Museum’s exhibition I Wish I Knew Who I Was Before I Was Me – have been invited to attend the White House historic concert and education event on February 10 entitled “A Celebration of Music from the Civil […]

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Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum Partners with Google on Design Contest for K-12 Students

. February 4, 2010

The Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum announced its partnership with Google on an exhibition of this year’s U.S. “Doodle 4 Google” design competition winner and finalists. The “Doodle 4 Google” design competition invites K-12 students from across the country to think like designers, using Google’s iconic logo to convey their hopes and dreams inspired by […]

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