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Lucie Picandet’s ‘Au jour d’Hui’ at Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris

Galerie Georges-Philippe Nathalie Vallois exhibits Lucie Picandet’s “Au jour d’Hui” at its Paris venue. The exhibition titled Au jour d’Hui (literally “the day we are”, from the old French hui meaning “today” itself) is the new episode of her fictional … Continue reading

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Peat’s Place in Art

Since the nineteenth century, peat (or turf) has brought social consciousness to art in Ireland and England. In the 1800s, early landscape photographs and Pre-Raphaelite paintings focused on the fact that the poor harvested it. From the late twentieth century, … Continue reading

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Sudbury gallery hosting the art of Ken Danby

The exhibition Beyond the Crease: Ken Danby, will be on display at the Art Gallery of Sudbury starting Thursday. It runs until April 1. This exhibition spans four decades of the late Danby’s remarkable career as an accomplished realist painter, … Continue reading

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Maine painter Bo Bartlett goes home to his roots in Georgia, and lends name to new art center

Growing up in Columbus, Georgia, Bo Bartlett did what was expected of him every Sunday. He listened intently to the preacher, prayed hard and committed those weekly lessons in morality and righteousness to the deep recesses of his dutiful mind. … Continue reading

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Ancient painting puts women centre stage

What is it? A Hindu woman with a covered cup is a Mughal miniature painting of a single, standing female figure. The elegant naturalism of the work is typical of Mughal painting, which developed from a mix of Persian and … Continue reading

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Rendering reality | The London Free Press

A Wortley Village gallery has a new exhibition of works by two realism painters. Westland Gallery is featuring new works of Paul Abeleira and Denise Antaya until Jan. 27. “Antaya and Abeleira are both talented realistic painters, but their chosen … Continue reading

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Mug Club: Keith Leonard’s ‘Adventures in Realism’ exhibit

It’s time to meet the newest member of our morning Mug Club, brought to you by Holland Farms Bakery and Deli. Keith Leonard’s “Adventures in Realism” art exhibit will be on display at the Rome Art and Community Center from … Continue reading

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FBI-blacklisted, Louisville artist makes his long-deserved debut at UK Art Museum

Lexingtonians viewed Edward Melcarth’s Rape of Sabines in the UK Art Museum on Thursday, January 18, 2018. Rape of the Sabines is part of the UK Art Museum’s exhibition EDWARD MELCARTH: Points of View which will be on display until … Continue reading

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Art On The Divide features student art

Golden Sierra Junior Senior High School secondary school students are honored to show their art work at Art On the Divide Cooperative gallery in Georgetown. The show will be on display through February with an art reception taking place on … Continue reading

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Depression Era art: hope amid gloom

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