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06th May 2016

​The work of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner has certainly been in the spotlight recently, with New York's Museum of Modern Art deciding to give his 1917-18 canvas “Sand Hills in Grünau” to the heirs of its original Jewish owner. But its stay has not lasted long, with those heirs now deciding to donate the read more ...

28th April 2016

There was once a time when England was unrivalled in its ability to produce the finest embroidery works in the world. Once coveted by royalty and the Vatican alike, English embroidery has since become something of a lost art. However, a new exhibition at London's Victoria and Albert (V&A) read more ...

28th April 2016

Getting an insight into a little culture is one of the real joys of travelling, and yet many people can often find themselves struggling to gather up the courage to dip their toe into what their new temporary surroundings have to offer. But at the Alfond Inn in Winter Park, Orlando, they are hoping read more ...

22nd April 2016

The Mona Lisa is arguably one of the most iconic pieces of art to have ever been created by anyone. The mystery and the myth surrounding the work has elevated it to a level that goes beyond that achieved by any other piece. Almost every facet of the painting's existence has been hotly debated by read more ...

22nd April 2016

A series of contemporary artworks by fine art students at the Cleveland College of Art and Design  CCAD) are to take centre-stage as part of a new exhibition at the Python Gallery in Middlesbrough. The event, which is the first of its kind to be held at the venue, follows on from a successful debut read more ...

15th April 2016

A "treasure trove" of Chinese antiques belonging to Eton-educated farmer Roger Pilkington has been sold at Sotheby's in Hong Kong for £45.9 million - more than double its original estimate. The collection contains nearly 100 pieces and is thought to have been initially sold for as little as £100 an read more ...

11th April 2016

After a week of controversial tax avoidance revelations from the Panama Papers, attention has been turned to the art world. It has been revealed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), that the disputed ownership of a unique painting by Italian Jewish painter Amadeo read more ...

07th April 2016

For one night only, numerous private and public locations around London will be transformed into unique art venues as part of brand new annual art project.  Admiralty Arch, an abandoned Tube platform, and a luxury apartment for millionaires, to name only a few, are listed among the venues which read more ...

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