Fabergé Eggs: Art Charting Romanov RuleMade of gold and coated in white enamel. The first-ever imperial Fabergé egg—the Hen Egg—was made in 1885 for Tsar Alexander III. Arts & Collections studies these fascinating collectables.
Eugène Delacroix (1798–1863): A Louvre ExhibitionIn collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Louvre in Paris is holding a historic exhibition to celebrate Eugène Delacroix from 29 March until 23 July.
Moustachioed Mona Lisa Earns High at AuctionDuchamp’s work with the Mona Lisa started in 1919. In his first production of L.H.O.O.Q. he added a moustache and goatee to a Mona Lisa postcard and added the title at the bottom.
Discovering ModiglianiTate Modern’s new Modigliani exhibition will highlight the work of one of the most famously tormented artists of the 20th century, a visionary who transcended the boundaries of art at the time.
Louvre Abu Dhabi Unveils Highway Art GalleryThe Louvre Abu Dhabi has unveiled a highway art gallery–the first and only of its kind in the world.
Looking Past the Moomins: Tove Jansson’s Newest UK ExhibitionFrom 25 October until 28 January, the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London will be casting a net of intrigue as Tove Jansson’s newest UK exhibition comes to life.
Last Da Vinci Painting in Private Hands to Be Sold at AuctionSalvator Mundi (c.1490) by Leonardo da Vinci was the greatest art rediscovery of the 21st century, and is to be sold at auction by Christie's New York
Loving Vincent: Van Gogh’s Stunning BiopicLoving Vincent (2017), a project that has been six years in the making, is the first fully painted feature film in history. The motion picture puts the life of the iconic artist, Vincent Van Gogh, under the microscope.
Dali and Duchamp: An Unlikely FriendshipThe Royal Academy’s new exhibition—Dali/Duchamp—unveils the fascinating backstory of an unlikely friendship between two of the greatest artists of the 20th Century.
John Piper Exhibition at Tate LiverpoolAn exhibition of John Piper’s work will be shown at Tate Liverpool, celebrating one of the most significant artists of the twentieth century.
Picturing Prince: Steve Parke’s New ExhibitionRunning from 9 November to 3 December, Picturing Prince: Photographs by Steve Parke will allow viewers to see the musical artist from a truly unique perspective.
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