Monthly Archives: November 2013

‘Age of Impressionism’ to open Dec. 22 at Museum of Fine Arts

“The Age of Impressionism: Great French Paintings from the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute,” will be on display Sunday, Dec. 22, through Sunday, March 23, at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston in Houston. According to a release from the … Continue reading

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Is this painting byJean-Michel Basquiat worth $US48.8 million?

Enabling Cookies in Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9 + Open the Internet Browser Click Tools (or “gear” icon at top right hand corner) Internet Options Privacy Advanced Check Override automatic cookie handling For First-party Cookies and Third-party Cookies click Accept … Continue reading

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Chronicles of an artist

Indian art was stuck inside the four walls of religion until Raja Ravi Varma arrived with his stunning portrayals of women and nature in perfect harmony. On his canvases, mythological characters adapted human forms and expressed emotions and vulnerability just … Continue reading

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Focus On: Artist Christine Rooney finds inspiration in landscapes

Why you should know her: Christine, a local artist who has lived in the area for more than 20 years, will unveil her new month-long exhibit, “Visions and Vistas” —  featuring a combination of her latest pastel, oil and encaustic … Continue reading

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Exploring musical landscapes

An interactive multimedia exhibition to explore music in terms of its scientific, artistic and spiritual dimensions opened at the National Museum here on Thursday. The exhibition, Musical Landscapes and the Goddess of Music: Recent Advances in Interactive Art, seeks to … Continue reading

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EverQuest Next Landmark video shows how you can build landscapes to match …

Very cool. By Tim Colwill on November 28, 2013 at 1:46 pm EverQuest Next Landmark is the tool that will, eventually, allow players like you and me to make our own creations and have them transported into the world of … Continue reading

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Game review: Bugs, brevity darken idea-rich ‘Contrast’

Normally, a game like “Contrast” gets released in the shadows. But as one of the few free PlayStation Plus games available to day-one PS4 buyers, Compulsion’s sepia puzzle platformer emerges in harsh light. It’s not for lack of winsome setting. … Continue reading

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Perfect Taste

Driven by passion and a pursuit of quality, Justin Baldwin has amassed an art collection as big and bold as his 32-year-old winery Winemaker and art collector Justin Baldwin at his Bighorn Golf Club home in Palm Desert. Photography by … Continue reading

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Postscript: Saul Leiter (1923-2013)

Leiter was perhaps the most interesting of the fifties color photographers in his use of form. His bold chromaticism, off-center composition, and frequent use of vertical framing attracted attention—the work reminded people of Japanese painting and Abstract Expressionism—and he was … Continue reading

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Antonio Santin, figurative paintings without figures

Image on top: San Martin. All images courtesy of Antonio Santin. Article source: http://www.artdiscover.com/en/news/antonio-santin-figurative-paintings-without-figures/335

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