Monthly Archives: June 2017

NY Artists with Pieces Perfect for Your Hamptons Abode, Presented by The Avigdor / Peyton Team at Douglas Elliman

Home is where the art is, and luckily there’s no shortage of amazing local pieces to display in your new Hamptons abode. Here, we highlight a few New York artists that will be showcasing the works you need to know, … Continue reading

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Results: June 2017 Impressionist and Modern Auctions | Christie’s

World artist records were also set for Georges Vantongerloo (1886-1965), with Composition dans le carré avec couleurs jaune-vert-bleu-indigo-orangé, which sold for £1,085,000 / $1,381,205, almost doubling the previous record set at Christie’s in 2012. Hannah Höch’s widely exhibited Frau und … Continue reading

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Meet Frédéric Bazille, The Impressionist Painter Who Could Have …

France’s ambassador to the United States, Gérard Araud, is a fan of 19th-century French painter Frédéric Bazille. But I had a confession to make when I spoke with him about the National Gallery’s “Frédéric Bazille and the Birth of Impressionism” … Continue reading

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The AI artist that can create its own painting style (and critics even PREFER some of its work to human efforts)

Scientists have developed an AI artist whose masterpieces could pass off as human-made. The system builds upon earlier techniques to generate art and learn about style through observation, but unlike earlier approaches, the new network also has the ability to … Continue reading

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Greenway mural reflects nature — but no snakes

x Embed x Share CLOSE Local artist Curtis Glover created a mural along the Ten Mile Greenway near Gallaher View Road. Ruth White Local artist Curtis Glover in front of his Ten Mile mural.(Photo: John Shearer) Walkers, runners and bikers … Continue reading

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Hang my scribbles in the Louvre!

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Pre-juggernaut paradise: True to Life – British Realist Painting in the 1920s and 1930s review

This exhibition invites us to look at art that has long been scorned or ignored. British realist painting between the wars is primarily associated with the Royal Academy during that institution’s most retrograde period; when shown in the annual Summer … Continue reading

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Cape Artist Jim Freeheart Featured At Chapman Gallery

“Dowses Beach Morning,” an acrylic on canvas by Jim Freeheart, will be featured in the show “Summer Fun: Recent Paintings by Jim Freeheart” at Chapman Art Gallery in Cotuit. An opening reception for the show is planned for July 1 … Continue reading

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The American Landscape Photographers Who Focused on the Environment in the ’70s

Frank Gohlke, “Landscape, Albuquerque” (1974), gelatin silver print (photo courtesy Cantor Arts Center) STANFORD, Calif. — The 1970s are sometimes called the “environmental decade,” due to the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency, the enaction of major environmental legislation, and … Continue reading

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“A Deeper Perspective into Places”: Art, Resilience and Conservation on the North Shore

Susan: Artists can play a very important role in nature conservation by using their craft to appeal to people’s emotions, intuition and response to beauty. There are many environmental artists currently filling this need in the USA, Europe, Australia. In … Continue reading

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