Tag: Fine

Norwich: Castle Fine Art moves into Joules store

Published: 4:15 PM March 16, 2022 A large unit in a busy city shopping street is set to fall empty after a gallery announced it is moving on.  Castle Fine Art currently occupies the 1,300sqft store at 13 Back of the Inns. The exclusive gallery has now confirmed it is moving to a larger spot nearby.And with the area bouncing back as new tenants flock to the ...

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Home-staging firm teams up with fine art retailer

Derbyshire-based home-staging company Lemon and Lime Interiors has launched a partnership with a fine art retailer. Lemon and Lime says the link-up with Castle Fine Art underlines the home stager’s plans to illustrate how statement pieces can make a home stand out in the property market. Elaine Penhaul, founder of Lemon and Lime Interiors, discussed the importance of the partnership and the role of ...

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‘Funded with Thanks’ showcases Exeter Museum’s Fine Art Collection

Works from the Fine Art Collection at Exeter City Council’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM) are now on display in new exhibition Exeter’s Fine Art Collection: Funded with Thanks. The exhibition explores how some of the most significant and recognisable works of art in RAMM’s collection have been acquired thanks to the generosity of donors and funding bodies. Shining a light on the often ...

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Belgium’s Royal Museums of Fine Arts Returns Lovis Corinth to Heirs – ARTnews.com

The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium in Brussels have returned a painting by Lovis Corinth to the heirs of its original German-Jewish owners, from whom the painting was looted nearly 80 years ago during World War II. Since 1951, Corinth’s Still Life with Flowers (1913) had been held in the collection of the Belgian museum group, which comprises a network of six ...

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Treasury urges closer watch on money laundering in fine art

Fine art isn’t just nice to look atBy FATIMA HUSSEIN Associated PressFebruary 4, 2022, 9:02 PM• 4 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleWASHINGTON -- Fine art isn’t just nice to look at — it’s also attractive to criminals trying to launder money, finance terrorism and trade illegal drugs and arms. And the Treasury Department wants art dealers and financiers to do something ...

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Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art Gets Nailed With a $10 Million Lawsuit Over a Mark Rothko Painting + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know this Thursday, February 3. NEED-TO-READ Wide Gender Pay Gap Persists at Auction Houses – There has been little progress on closing the gender pay since 2018, according to newly released figures. At Bonhams U.K., the pay gap ...

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Jackie Maloney to star at Sarasota Winter Fine Art Festival

SARASOTA, Fla. — Jackie Maloney loves seafood — either swimming in the ocean or steaming on a plate. "I grew up on Long Island, so at any moment in time, I was five minutes from the beach," says the talented painter who now resides in Sarasota. Jackie's whimsical, richly detailed watercolors will be a star attraction at this weekend's Sarasota Winter Fine Art Festival ...

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