Tag: Fine

Royal Fine Arts Museum of Antwerp Reopens with Slick Modern Art Wing – ARTnews.com

Antwerp, the northern port of Belgium, is a city of gems, some of them literal—it’s a diamond capital of Europe—and others cultural. Two of them are the studio of Peter Paul Rubens and the Royal Fine Arts Museum of Antwerp (KMSKA), keeper of one of the most important collections of Flemish Old Masters. Both of these sites are currently in expansion mode. This weekend, ...

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‘Stunning’ DMU exhibition of art by MA Fine Art graduates opens to public

A three-foot pig watching cartoons, a video of a character called misery, portraits which question ‘what is beauty?’ and swirling psychedelic paintings rooted in mythology and spirituality are just some of the works forming an exhibition by Fine Art students opening today at De Montfort University Leicester (DMU). The MA FIne Art graduates during a preview show of their work ‘Therefore I Am’ showcases ...

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Visit stately home for fine art and antiques fair

Visit Duncombe Park while browsing fine art and antiques from 30 businesses, from September 16 -18 in North YorkshireWhether you are a collector looking for antiques and fine art, or just want to enjoy a day of bargain hunting and a peak inside the rarely open Duncombe Park in Helmsley, the September fair is a must on the calendar.From Georgian to stylish Art Deco ...

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In 2022, Dark Horse Comics and Dark Horse Direct will celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Mike Mignola and Dave Stewart’s seminal Eisner Award-winning comic The Amazing Screw-On Head and Other Curious Objects with a brand-new fine art print, featuring all-new art by Mignola and Stewart. This limited-edition print measures 18” x 24”. It will be limited to 300 prints and will retail for $49.99. Fans ...

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Beyond buffets and slots: Casinos double down on fine art

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- The Louvre, The Museum of Modern Art and ... the Hard Rock?Hoping to expand their appeal beyond the slot machine and buffet crowd, some casinos are turning to fine art galleries or exhibitions to bring in new business from customers who might not otherwise visit a gambling hall.In the process, they are helping not only broaden their own customer bases, ...

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Miuzium to Launch Exclusive NFT Collection of 1001 Fine Art Pieces from 100 of the MEA’s Most Prominent & Talented Artists

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Miuzium (www.miuzium.com), an emerging leader in NFT fine art and 1/1s, has announced the launch of their first collection, Collection I. Miuzium is bringing together 100 artists from the Middle East and Africa to curate 1001 pieces of 1/1 minted art, with circa 95% of pieces created exclusively for the Miuzium Collection I. Artists are world-renowned, including Wayne Barker, Lulwah Al Homoud, ...

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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston selling NFTs of rarely-exhibited French Impressionist pastels to raise funds for conservation

The Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) in Boston is turning to NFTs (non-fungible tokens) to help raise funds for a major conservation project. The MFA is the latest encyclopaedic museum to mint NFTs from works in its collection, collaborating with La Collection to turn 23 French Impressionist pastel works by Manet, Degas, Monet, Pissarro and others into digital tokens. Proceeds from sales of around ...

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MGM Resort Art Acquisitions Reshape Its Public Fine Art Collection

Tomás EssonMGM Resorts Fine Art CollectionGhada AmerMGM Resorts Fine Art CollectionJonathan Lyndon ChaseMGM Resorts Fine Art CollectionRashid JohnsonMGM Resorts Fine Art Collection Eleven works by Pablo Picasso, some decades-long fixtures at MGM Resort's casino restaurant, sold in October 2021 for a total of $108 million. Sotheby's conducted the sale on-site at the MGM Bellagio in Las Vegas, and while several works by Picasso remain ...

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A Masterwork by the First Female History Painter to Show at a Paris Salon Is Headed to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco has acquired Psyche Bidding Her Family Farewell (1791) by Marie-Guillemine Benoist—a rare work by a female Old Master, and the first history painting shown at the Paris salon by a woman artist. “Marie-Guillemine Benoist is in some ways really such an exceptional artist, but also sort of typifies this moment of possibility for French women artists at the tail end of the ...

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