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15th July 2015

Richard Long: Time and Space

Richard Long’s new exhibition at the Arnolfini Gallery in Bristol looks at how his native city has helped shape his unique vision of art throughout his entire career. Central to this, of course, is his idea of “art made by walking in landscapes”. read more...
11th July 2015

How much would you pay for a (Warhol) dollar?

Andy Warhol’s One Dollar Bil went under the hammer at Sotheby’s for £20.9 million, smashing its pre-sale estimate of £13 million to £18 million. The painting was described by Sotheby’s as one of Warhol’s many career-defining works that “set the foundation for the entire dollar bill series”. read more...
11th July 2015

Ashmolean Museum secures JMW Turner’s The High Street

The Ashmolean Museum at the University of Oxford has successfully raised enough money to acquire JMW’s The High Street, which is considered to be one of his most important works. read more...
1st July 2015

Spectacular 'Travels to my Elephant' rickshaws auctioned

The spectacular decorated rickshaws created for the 'Travels to my Elephant' conservation campaign were yesterday sold at auction by Sotheby's, at an event hosted by TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall raising an incredible £750K. read more...
30th June 2015

Rembrandt’s Saul and David confirmed as his masterpiece

Eight years later and we have, once again, another Rembrandt classic. From absolute certainty to doubt to cast-iron authenticity, the painter’s Saul and David masterpiece has been officially declared an original. read more...

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