Tag Archives: works art

HG Beasley’s collectors’ odyssey since he was 13

Harry Geoffrey Beasley (1881-1939), heir to the North Kent Brewery in Plumstead, took an early interest in ethnography. A collecting obsession that began at the age of 13 with the acquisition of two clubs from the Solomon Islands has grown over a lifetime to number around 10,000 artifacts from around …

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Fine art on feather – The New Indian Express

By Express press service KOCHI: Most artists think that when it comes to art, the sky is the limit. Lagmi Menon really believes in it. For this young artist, the surface of the medium is never a limit when it comes to making art – whether it’s a dal seed, …

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The Petworth Park Antiques and Fine Art Fair is back

The Petworth Park Antiques and Fine Arts Fair is set to return to Petworth House this year. SUS-221002-140925001 From Friday May 13 to Sunday May 15, the Petworth Park Antiques and Fine Arts Fair will return to the grounds of Petworth House. Some 60 exhibitors will join us from across …

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10 of the best places to find them

Are you looking for that specific vintage armchair that fits perfectly in your living room or just want a relaxing time to see what antiques you can find? Well, you’re in luck… At Secret London we love a good market, and we’re lucky to have so many in our capital. …

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Finally, a good use for NFTs: Preserving Street Art

Last June, six artists—Jet Martinez, Wolfe Pack, Vogue, Joshua Mays, Bud Snow and Ruff Draft—entered the fifth floor of Oakland’s most iconic building: the Tribune Tower. Once inside, they painted and installed murals over 10,000 square feet of empty walls. The pieces ranged in style and subject matter from Wolfe …

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Neue Auctions’ Winter Antiques & Art Online Auction on Saturday February 19 features over 300 carefully selected lots

Rare Magic Realism oil painting by British artist Mark Lancelot Symons (1887-1935), titled Moving Day, circa 1929-1930, depicting his daughter in her empty room. Fans of Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) will be treated to an aquatint of The Moving Sands (1964) by the artist, published in 1966, by a painter …

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Junji Ito rings in the New Year with twisted new art

[ad_1] Junji Ito’s work as a manga artist has produced some of the scariest stories published in the fiction world, with the mangaka featuring terrifying creatures and storylines that have caused many nightmares over the decades. Now, to help celebrate the New Year and celebrate “the year of the tiger” …

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Free art park in Clifton NJ appeals to families

[ad_1] CLIFTON – Many residents who visit the town’s municipal complex are aware of part of its history: that its charming buildings were converted from the barns and outbuildings of an American animal quarantine station that once occupied the site . But few know the history of the sculptures that …

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Today’s Gospel in Art: The Slaughter of the Innocent

[ad_1] Le Massacre des Innocents, by Pieter Breughel the Elder, 1565-66, © The Royal Collection, The King’s Closet, Windsor Castle Source: Christian art Gospel of December 28, 2021 – Matthew 2: 13-18After the departure of the wise men, the angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream and …

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Nature and art: discussion on the city

[ad_1] Matthieu Méhan is Director of Academic Programs at Hillsdale College in Washington, DC, and Assistant Professor of Government at the Van Andel Graduate School of Government. He is also the author of two children’s books (both illustrated by John Folley): Mr. Mehan’s Slightly Amusing Mythical Mammals and the recently …

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Did Chavismo kill the Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas?

[ad_1] Report Did Chavismo kill the Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas? Among other news, Sergio Monsalve denounced the imminent and definitive closure of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Caracas and warned that its facilities are in very poor condition. Naky soto December 14, 2021 Sergio Monsalve, president of …

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Granville Business Helps Connect Older Foster Children With Furniture

[ad_1] Older people who downsize their homes often have too much, and adolescents who leave foster homes often do not have enough. A local organization saw the two problems as one solution. Through a partnership with an organization supporting children and foster families, a Granville-based company helps older people downsize …

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Granville Business Helps Connect Older Foster Children to Furniture

[ad_1] Samantha Stearns’ business, Songbird Transitions, started in 2016 after returning to Ohio with her husband. Through a partnership with an organization supporting children and foster families, a Granville-based company helps older people downsize their homes and donate some of their belongings to children leaving the foster care system. “We …

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Antiques: The Fascinating History of Coca Cola

[ad_1] I actually enjoyed it so much that I also had a dry February. The following year, because so many people were drying out in January, I stayed wet, well wet is probably a better description. This year I am faced with a dilemma, as our Christmas guest list runs …

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Monday night my homework for antiques | Thomasville weather

[ad_1] Click here to listen to this article! I consider Monday night to be my homework night. I still watch the Antiques Roadshow on PBS. I learn something each time even though the episodes are reruns. It was there that I learned that there is a collector for every object …

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Home art | Clarion Peninsula

[ad_1] Craftsmen from the Central Peninsula helped usher in the holiday season on Saturday at the Soldotna Holiday Bazaar held at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex. Michelle Ravenmoon, who makes Dena’ina art, showcased earrings, ornaments, dreamcatchers and knitted textiles. She said she left Lake Iliamna last year and was testing …

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10 best album art chosen by Brandon Boyd from Incubus

[ad_1] As the year draws to a close, Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd focuses on his solo music, announcing that his final solo effort, Echoes and cocoons, should arrive next spring. Coinciding with this announcement, we also have new music with the song and video for “Pocket Knife” arriving, with artwork …

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Collect stunning original works of art by artists from the Kawarthas region and beyond at the “It’s All About ART” online auction

[ad_1] Peterborough Art Gallery’s ‘It’s All About ART’ online auction from November 5-20, 2021 features works by over 50 artists as well as unique art experiences, such as a behind-the-scenes tour from the Gallery, a workshop with Peterborough glass and stone sculptor Christy Haldane, and more. Pictured is “Night Shift” …

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