Monthly Archives: August 2015

Ingrid Bergman’s Great Sacrifice for Cinematic Art

The intense artistic collaboration between Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini—pictured here with their three children, in 1956—was overshadowed for many viewers and critics by the scandalous beginnings of their relationship. Credit PHOTOGRAPH BY DAVID SEYMOUR / MAGNUM Ingrid Bergman, whose … Continue reading

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Ranford Anderson’s realism art comes to life

Every line, wrinkle and blemish on his face is obvious. His eyes tell the story of the 27 years he spent in prison. There is no mistaking the face of the famous freedom fighter and first black president of South … Continue reading

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Cambridgeshire County Council set to unload its entire 400 or so paintings …

22:17 29 August 2015 John Elworthy Robert MacBryde Red and Black Still Life ( Collection of Original Works for Children in Cambridgeshire. Photography by Marc Mageean) Archant Hundreds of rarely seen paintings – owned by Cambridgeshire County Council as part … Continue reading

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Artist Profile: Creating a landscape for artists

Posted Aug. 29, 2015 at 8:00 AM Camdenton Article source: http://www.lakenewsonline.com/article/20150827/NEWS/150829008

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Sex, death and Rodin: the devilish bronze rediscovered after 100 years

Auguste Rodin made sculpture modern by wrestling with its past. His art is a tangled sensual battle of old and new in which Michelangelo and the classical nude give birth to expressionism, surrealism and even dadaism. A “lost” work by … Continue reading

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Meet the Catholic art dealer who brought you the impressionists

Posted in Culture, on August 28th, 2015 By Carl Peters Catholic News Service “Dance at Bougival,” 1883Pierre-Auguste Renoir, French, 1841–1919 — on display in the exhibit “Discovering the Impressionists: Paul Durand-Ruel and the New Painting” at the Philadelphia Museum of … Continue reading

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Exhibitions celebrate the Arch’s 50th anniversary

Art exhibitions change with the seasons, and there are some notable exhibitions coming up in the next months in St. Louis museums and galleries. *** From 1935 to 1965, modernism ruled design, and St. Louis-based architects, artists and designers made … Continue reading

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Utah Museum of Fine Arts brings British landscapes to Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — Though many artists hated the damp fog of London, French painter Claude Monet warmly embraced it in his 1902 work “Charing Cross Bridge.” “Because London was a very industrialized city, it was prone to wretched fog,” … Continue reading

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Anita Feldman wants to free the art – The San Diego Union

Anita Feldman still remembers some of the paintings she saw at the San Diego Museum of Art as a child. “Georgia O’Keeffe’s ‘Barn With Snow’ was one of those pieces that stuck in my mind from coming to the museum,” … Continue reading

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A Sag Harbor Gallerist Brightens Her Apartment

By Debra Scott On the second and top floor of a nondescript building on Washington Street in downtown Sag Harbor is a lovely and light-filled, loft-like apartment. “People are always surprised when they walk in,” said Laura Grenning, who owns … Continue reading

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