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29th July 2016

China is the world's largest marketplace for fine art, new research has revealed.  A study carried out by Artprice.com shows the Asian nation accounted for more than one-third (35.5 per cent) of sales in the first half of 2016. A total of $2.3 billion (£1.7 billion) was spent on art in China in read more ...

13th July 2016

Paintings by survivors of the Hiroshima atomic bomb drop during World War Two are set to be returned to Japan, after staying in the UK for decades. The works were donated to a Manchester teacher by a school principal from the Japanese city during the 1950s, with the works eventually finding their read more ...

04th July 2016

The New Zealand Art Gallery has launched a global search for at least 100 missing paintings by 19th century artist Gottfried Lindauer. The global hunt aims to locate as many works as possible by the Czech artist, who is best known for his striking portraits of Maori chiefs. It comes ahead of a new  read more ...

20th June 2016

Constantin Brancusi's the Wisdom of the Earth is widely considered to be one of the finest examples of sculpture to ever come out of Romania, while also being one of the country's finest pieces of modernist artworks ever. However, despite its fame, the Romanian government has been facing something read more ...

13th June 2016

​Arte Povera was an art movement that seemed to sweep through a number of towns and cities across Italy during the 1960s and the beginning of the 1970s, largely driven by artists with increasingly radical stances and ideas. Translated literally as "poor art", Arte Povera took on a number of read more ...

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