Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum Presents Set in Style The Jewelry of Van Cleef & Arpels

Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum Presents Set in Style The Jewelry of Van Cleef & Arpels

“Set in Style: The Jewelry of Van Cleef & Arpels” examines the renowned jewelry firm’s significant historical contributions to jewelry design and design innovation, particularly during the 20th century. Organized by Sarah Coffin, curator and head of the Product Design and Decorative Arts department, the exhibition opens Feb. 18 and will run through June 5, […]

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Museum of Ventura County Presents Four Masters – Four Legends Retrospective Exhibition

Decades of artistic experience and influence will be honored when the Museum of Ventura County presents Four Masters – Four Legends, a retrospective exhibition of work by Carlisle Cooper, William McEnroe, Norman Kirk and Gerd Koch, opening February 26. The exhibit’s free public opening reception will be held on Friday, February 25 from 5:30 -7:30 […]

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Walker Art Gallery Opens A Collector’s Eye Cranach to Pissarro

Walker Art Gallery Opens A Collector’s Eye Cranach to Pissarro

The Walker Art Gallery presents A Collector’s Eye: Cranach to Pissarro on view through Sunday 15 May 2011. Cranach, Lamentation over dead Christ. © David Lewis Family Interests A Collector’s Eye: Cranach to Pissarro features works from the Schorr Collection assembled by private collector David J. Lewis for his family interests. This privately held collection […]

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Audain Foundation Donates $750,000 to Royal BC Museum

Audain Foundation Donates $750,000 to Royal BC Museum

The Royal BC Museum is using a $750,000 donation from the Audain Foundation for the Visual Arts to purchase and preserve a Bill Reid masterpiece, which will go on display today in its world-renowned First Peoples Gallery. Panoramic View Royal BC Museum “Thanks to Michael Audain and the Audain Foundation, British Columbians and visitors to […]

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