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12th October 2017

For expatriates based in the United Arab Emirates, driving around can be quite a daunting experience. Many expats avoid it at first, but it does offer a high level of freedom and is worth exploring. There is a high level of road traffic accidents. There are strict fines and a no-tolerance policy read more ...

10th October 2017

The famous ‘Mr and Mrs Andrews’ painting by the English artist Thomas Gainsborough is a work of art that celebrates marriage and features a stylish young couple and a dog, with an unfinished area for a future child to be painted in, according to the National Gallery.  However, art historian James read more ...

05th October 2017

Art experts and scientists have claimed that a nude sketch that bears a close resemblance to the famous Mona Lisa masterpiece could indeed have been dawn by Leonardo da Vinci. In Paris’s Louvre - where the Mona Lisa is held - a charcoal drawing titled the Monna Vanna is being analysed and has been read more ...

03rd October 2017

In order to protect precious works of art from being forged, a number of contemporary artists are turning to vellum - a fine parchment that is made originally from the skin of a calf. This comes following many years and much money being spent on the cause of detecting copies passed off as originals read more ...

02nd October 2017

Japan is now home to a new museum dedicated entirely to the avant-garde artist Yayoi Kusama, it has been reported.  Located in the Toyko suburbs among unremarkable apartment blocs, the building that spans five storeys attracted much interest even before its opening on Sunday October 1st.  According read more ...

26th September 2017

Children’s author Michael Rosen and radio producer Emma-Louise Williams are curating two exhibitions in the UK that will be dedicated to a team of working class artists from the East End of London, it has been reported.  Known as the East London Group, the selection of artists includes office read more ...

25th September 2017

A painting of the first Duke of Buckingham by Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens has been discovered in Glasgow and has been confirmed as an original after 400 years. The work of art was found hanging in a National Trust for Scotland property and was believed to be a copy of the lost original, which read more ...

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