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10th November 2016

Key figures in the art world, authors and actors have spoken out against the closure of Edinburgh's historic Inverleith House, an exhibition space for contemporary art. Recently closed, the gallery is now receiving support not only from famous names, but through public protests as well. The gallery read more ...

09th November 2016

The Tate Modern is preparing to open a new Modernist photo exhibition comprising nearly 200 works from Sir Elton John's vast private collection. Opening tomorrow (November 10th), The Radical Eye: Modernist Photography from the Sir Elton John Collection will feature photos from the 1920s to 50s by read more ...

07th November 2016

Newly authenticated as a genuine work of Pieter Brueghel the Younger, Wedding Dance in the Open Air is to form a key part of an exciting new exhibition opening in Bath next year. Bruegel: Defining a Dynasty will open on February 11th 2017 and continue until June 4th at the Holburne Museum in Bath. read more ...

04th November 2016

For the first time since 1930, the famous portrait Flaming June will be on display in London. Running from today (November 4th) to April 2nd 2017, the exhibition Flaming June: the Making of an Icon will see Lord Frederic Leighton's classic piece returned to the artist's historic Victorian home, read more ...

03rd November 2016

A portrait of Catherine Dickens, wife of author Charles Dickens, has been authenticated following doubts as to its provenance earlier this year. Owned by the Charles Dickens Museum in London, the portrait was believed to be the work of prominent Victorian artist Daniel Maclise. However, the crudity read more ...

02nd November 2016

A new Louvre facility could help safeguard artworks and other heritage items that are threatened by war, according to French president Francois Hollande. Speaking at the unveiling of a plaque for the storage facility in Lievin, northern France, the president said he would put forward the idea at an read more ...

02nd November 2016

The widely held belief that an argument with fellow artist Paul Gauguin drove Van Gogh to cut off his ear may be incorrect, according to new research. When researching his new book, Studio of the South, writer Martin Bailey uncovered evidence that Van Gogh's famous act of self-mutilation could have read more ...

25th October 2016

A sculpture previously thought to be destroyed or lost will be on display as part of a new exhibition of Paul Nash's work. Running from tomorrow (October 26th) to March 5th 2017, the Paul Nash exhibition at the Tate Britain promises to be the most comprehensive look at the British artist's work for read more ...

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