Painting of the Day (AVAILABLE) – Julien Dupre’s “Femme et la vache de l’eau”
Femme et la vache de l’eau. This incredible 19th century European painting, which dates from 1884, is among Dupre’s earliest works to include an animal and really shows him at the top of his artistic game. Over the years we … More…
Getty Acquires Canaletto, Rembrandt
Getty Acquires Canaletto, Rembrandt – the Getty recently added a Rembrandt and a Canaletto to its already amazing art collection.
Pictures – Amazing 3D sidewalk art
Pictures – Amazing 3D sidewalk art – these artists do create an amazing effect.
Painting of the Day (hitting the SOLD archives this week) – Henry Lesur’s “Marchands des Fleurs”
Marchands des Fleurs. Here is another 19th century European painting that was sold this past week — Henry V. Lesur’s Marchands des Fleurs.
Here’s That Peter Doig Lawsuit Painting
Here’s That Peter Doig Lawsuit Painting – here is an image of the painting at the center of the Peter Doig lawsuit.
Walter Sickert and the Three Graces
Walter Sickert and the Three Graces, at V&A – a short review of the current Walter Sickert show that runs through January 5th at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.
The Past Two Weeks
The Impressionist/Modern and Post War/Contemporary auctions are finally over and the results were nothing short of spectacular. I will go into more detail in my upcoming Comments on the Art Market (out at the end of the month), but overall … More…
Let It Bleed: The Frightening Scene on the Met’s Roof
This summer you will be able to see the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s newest roof garden artwork. The “landscape” painted by Imran Qureshi, who is from Pakistan, is the first work to be painted directly on the rooftop. The work … More…
Paintings of the Day (AVAILABLE) Gregory Frank Harris’s “Sunlight, Wind and Sea”
A beautiful new Harris available, Sunlight, Wind and Sea.
Interpol targets Qaddafi family treasures
The United Kingdom has begun efforts to recover from the billions of dollars lost during the dictatorship of the Qaddafi family in Libya. It is believed that the family has invested around $165 billion in art from around the world, $100 million from … More…