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The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition
The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition

The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition

Lucky dip: the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition – a short slideshow of this year’s Royal Academy exhibition in London.  

Colour me happy: Chagall: Modern Master
Colour me happy: Chagall: Modern Master

Colour me happy: Chagall: Modern Master

Colour me happy: Marc Chagall – a small slide show featuring some of the works in the current Marc Chagall exhibition that is on view at the Tate Liverpool.  The exhibit runs from June 8 – October 6.  

Painting of the Day (AVAILABLE – NEW!!) James Neil Hollingsworth’s “Bowl of Blocks”
Painting of the Day (AVAILABLE – NEW!!) James Neil Hollingsworth’s “Bowl of Blocks”

Painting of the Day (AVAILABLE – NEW!!) James Neil Hollingsworth’s “Bowl of Blocks”

A new work by James Neil Hollingsworth now available at the gallery, Bowl of Blocks.  

Christie’s pulls works after ‘forgery’ concerns
Christie’s pulls works after ‘forgery’ concerns

Christie’s pulls works after ‘forgery’ concerns

Forgery was to blame for the removal of ten works from Christie’s Latin American Auction in New York last month.  Works by Ivan Serpa, Mira Schendel, Roberto Burle Marx, Ione Saldanha, Hercules Barsotti, Ubi Bava and Amilcar de Castro were all … More…

Painting of the Day (SOLD archives) – Charles T. Frere’s “Along the Nile”
Painting of the Day (SOLD archives) – Charles T. Frere’s “Along the Nile”

Painting of the Day (SOLD archives) – Charles T. Frere’s “Along the Nile”

Along the Nile. This little Orientalist gem by Charles Theodore Frere, titled Along the Nile, was sold by the gallery in 2007.  

William Morris Gallery wins Art Fund Prize for Museum of the Year
William Morris Gallery wins Art Fund Prize for Museum of the Year

William Morris Gallery wins Art Fund Prize for Museum of the Year

William Morris Gallery wins Art Fund Prize for Museum of the Year – not long ago this museum, dedicated to the life and works of Victorian artist William Morris, was facing deep cuts and possible closure.  After a redevelopment project that … More…

Austin Considine: On de Kooning, Master Improviser: A Q&A with Curator John Elderfield
Austin Considine: On de Kooning, Master Improviser: A Q&A with Curator John Elderfield

Austin Considine: On de Kooning, Master Improviser: A Q&A with Curator John Elderfield

Austin Considine: On de Kooning, Master Improviser: A Q&A with Curator John Elderfield. – a  little insight into the world of Willem de Kooning — considered one of the most important Ab-Ex artists.  

Part 2: Only in America, or maybe not? By Howard Rehs
Part 2: Only in America, or maybe not? By Howard Rehs

Part 2: Only in America, or maybe not? By Howard Rehs

Part 2: Only in America, or maybe not? By Howard Rehs – my third article for the AAD blog … Things Dealers Would Rather Not See At Shows!  Keep in mind that this should be read in a lighthearted way — … More…

Detroit Museum Not The First To Consider Selling Out
Detroit Museum Not The First To Consider Selling Out

Detroit Museum Not The First To Consider Selling Out

“It’s kind of like a baker who decides to sell off his oven to satisfy his debts. Once the oven is gone, what’s left for the baker to do?”   Detroit is struggling with more than $15 billion in debt … More…

Painting of the Day (AVAILABLE – NEW!!) Brian O’Neill’s “The Stage Has Been Set”
Painting of the Day (AVAILABLE – NEW!!) Brian O’Neill’s “The Stage Has Been Set”

Painting of the Day (AVAILABLE – NEW!!) Brian O’Neill’s “The Stage Has Been Set”

New work by Brian O’Neill available at Rehs Contemporary Galleries, The Stage Has Been Set.