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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 ...

19th October 2016

Earlier this week it was announced that the Art Gallery of New South Wales (NSW) will host a major Andy Warhol exhibition in February 2017.  The gallery will feature works from the famous pop culture artist well as a retrospective of Robert Mapplethorpe’s photography. Modernist women artists read more ...

13th October 2016

The £10 million private art collection of the late singer, songwriter and actor David Bowie has been displayed for the first time online before being auctioned at Sotheby’s next month.  Bowie’s selection of masterpieces includes hundreds of works by famous artists including Damien Hirst, Frank read more ...

07th October 2016

The 14th edition of Frieze London has opened to the general public and will include work from Grayson Perry and Anish Kapoor.  Today, the art fair is known among enthusiasts as one of the most important in the world, with numerous commercial art galleries selling the artwork of thousands of well- read more ...

04th October 2016

Two stolen Van Gogh paintings valued by investigators at $100 million (£77 million) have been recovered by Italian police from the Naples mafia, it has been reported.  The works of art were stolen from an Amsterdam museum during a dramatic raid in 2002, where the thieves used a ladder and read more ...

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