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21st December 2015

Leonardo Da Vinci's portrait of the Mona Lisa is arguably one of the most recognisable pieces of art in the world. Its enigmatic smile has generated debate and inspired in equal measure, with its footprint of influence dictating the course of many corners of wider culture. The most famous example read more ...

14th December 2015

The Lock, one of the most famous paintings by John Constable has been sold at auction for £9.1 million. The piece led a London Evening auction at Sotheby's as part of its Old Master and British paintings, making its first appearance on the market for 160 years, having been sold for £860 by an read more ...

07th December 2015

The New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has handed back a piece of work initially stolen by the Nazis, to the heirs of its rightful owner. The move comes on the back of a decade-long dispute involving Ernst Ludwig Kirchner’s vivid yellow, red and black Sand Hills, which was deemed as being read more ...

30th November 2015

Auctioneering giant Sotheby's has announced the sale of The Road to Rome: A Distinguished Italian Private Collection, Part I during Masters Week in New York on 28 January 2016, in what will be one of its first major lots of 2016. According to Art Daily, the collection will include 35 view and read more ...

30th November 2015

The poignant and masterful nature that comes from a piece of fine art can often be taken for granted by many of us. Masterpieces such as the Mona Lisa are instantly recognisable, providing a stark and striking reminder of just how wonderful it can be to marvel upon an artist's end product, while read more ...

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