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Category: Sculptures & Carvings

  • Auction Industry

    Crocker Art Museum Hosts a Series of Exclusive Benefit Auctions on Bidsquare

    NEW YORK — Bidsquare is proud to partner with the Crocker Art Museum in hosting a series of auctions now through July 18th, benefitting many aspects of the valued institution. The catalogs feature 200 + artworks, many of which are created by artists in the Museum’s permanent collection. The support…

    Crocker Art Museum Hosts a Series of Exclusive Benefit Auctions on Bidsquare6
  • Auction Industry

    Two Assemblage Paintings by Thornton Dial and A Rare Drawing by Anthony Bourdain Lead the Summer Fine Art Sale Now Open for Bidding on iGavelauctions

    Lark Mason Associates is pleased to announce that their Summer Fine Art Sale is now open for bidding on www.igavelauctions.com, now through July 21st. Leading the sale are two large scale assemblage paintings by the legendary self-taught artist Thornton Dial and Stay Calm, a rare comic drawing by Anthony Bourdain, the late…

    Two Assemblage Paintings by Thornton Dial and A Rare Drawing by Anthony Bourdain Lead the Summer Fine Art Sale Now Open for Bidding on iGavelauctions
  • Exhibitions

    New York opens with our Contemporary Artists - The Summer Survey Exhibition

    NOW ON VIEW | IN GALLERY & ONLINE Artists included: Chuang Che, Michael Dunbar, Dimitry Gerrman, Mary Sipp Green, Hugo Grenville, Ronnie Landfield, Michael Allen Lowe, Thomas Rouxeville, Henrik Simonsen. Findlay Galleries | The Summer Survey | Cover photowww.findlaygalleries.com/exhibitions/the-summer-survey-exhibition Ronnie Landfield Findlay Galleries proudly presents an exhibition of contemporary artists displaying a…

    New York opens with our Contemporary Artists - The Summer Survey Exhibition
  • Auction Preview

    20th Century, Modern & Contemporary Fine Art

    In the upcoming 20th Century, Modern, & Contemporary Fine Art auction, pieces from Charles Demuth, Marcel Duchamp, Gene Davis, and Andy Warhol will be featured. Demuth was an American painter from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He primarily worked with watercolors, then turned to oils later in his career. He developed a style…

    David Shapiro (1944-2014)- Mudra II
  • Auction Preview

    Dialogues: Modern and Contemporary Art

    Described by The Art Story as “part jazz-age femme fatale, libertine, and social climber, and part canny self-promoter, self-styled experimental artist,” Tamara de Lempicka spent a lifetime challenging social norms. She was a Polish painter traditionally associated with the Art Deco movement, a style she combined with Italian Renaissance themes. Lempicka’s…

    SIR PETER BLAKE (B. 1932)
  • Art Industry

    Museums Could Face Permanent Closure Without Government Relief as a Result of COVID-19 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

    ResearchAndMarkets.com published a new article on the museum industry "Museums Could Face Permanent Closure Without Government Relief as a Result of COVID-19" Unesco and the International Council of Museums have reported that 1 in 8 museums could permanently close as a result of COVID-19. The American Alliance of Museums estimates that 30%…

    Museums Could Face Permanent Closure Without Government Relief as a Result of COVID-19
  • Exhibitions

    Exhibition looks at the different roles and functions of art in domestic spaces

    Left: Alessandro Rondoni, Bust of Cardinal Domenico Maria Corsi (1633 – 1697), 1686. Marble, 77.5 x 0 cm (30 ¹/₂ x 0 inches) Right: Alessandro Rondoni, Bust of Marquess Giovanni di Jacopo Corsi (1600 – 1661), 1685. Marble, 72 x 0 cm (28 ³/₈ x 0 inches). LONDON.- For the Digital…

    Exhibition looks at the different roles and functions of art in domestic spaces
  • Auction Result

    A Full Month of Fine Art Sales at Swann Shows Strength

    Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat, silver print, 1985, printed 1997. Sold June 11, 2020, in Fine Photographs for $27,500. New York—Swann Galleries offered four sales of Fine Art this June, each one proving audiences are undeterred by the remote bidding format due to social distancing guidelines. Feral Benga, cast bronze,…

    A Full Month of Fine Art Sales at Swann Shows Strength
  • Exhibitions

    New faces join London Art Week for Summer 2020 Digital Event 3-10 July 2020

    Giacomo Raffaelli (Rome 1753 - 1836), Micromosaic Tabletop with the Doves of Pliny. First Quarter of the 19th century. Micromosaic, Nero Antico Marble, 133.5 × 70 cm. (52 ½ × 27 ½ in.) Image Courtesy of Brun Fine Art. LONDON.- The innovative digital presentation of London Art Week Summer 2020, taking place…

    New faces join London Art Week for Summer 2020 Digital Event 3-10 July 2020
  • Art Industry

    A new public commission by Mary Bauermeister opens at KölnSkulptur #10 in Cologne, Germany

    Mary Bauermeister (b.1934), Rübezahl, 2020, showing installation in progress, KölnSkulptur #10, Skulpturenpark Köln, Cologne, Germany, July 2020–Summer 2022; Photographer Simon Stockhausen Michael Rosenfeld Gallery is proud to announce the opening of a new site-specific work by Mary Bauermeister (b.1934) at Skulpturenpark Köln in Cologne, Germany. The installation, Rübezahl (2020), was commissioned for the tenth edition…

    A new public commission by Mary Bauermeister opens at KölnSkulptur #10 in Cologne, Germany
  • Art Fairs

    June Art Fair to partner with Hauser & Wirth

    Ellen de Bruijne Projects and Stigter van Doesberg presenting works by Nathaniel Mellors and Erkka Nissinen. BASEL.-June Art Fair announced that its second annual edition will take place online from August 20-31, in collaboration with ArtReview and international gallery Hauser & Wirth, which will host the fair on its website. A…

    June Art Fair to partner with Hauser & Wirth
  • Exhibitions

    Baltimore Museum of Art's New Acquisitions Tied to 2020 Vision Focus on Women

    Oletha DeVane. Saint for My City (Detail). 2007-2010. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Purchase with exchange funds from the Pearlstone Family Fund and partial gift of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) has announced new acquisitions made as part of its 2020…

    Baltimore Museum of Art's New Acquisitions Tied to 2020 Vision Focus on Women
  • Exhibitions

    "Tomorrow's Stars": Sheeler and Lawrence - An Online Exhibition at Jonathan Boos

    In the Gallery's first online exhibition, Jonathan Boos presents "Tomorrow's Stars": Jacob Lawrence and Charles Sheeler in Conversation.  "Tomorrow's Stars": Lawrence & Sheeler Lawrence and Sheeler were brought together by pioneering art dealer Edith Halpert, who shaped the progression of American modern art from her Downtown Gallery in New York City.…

    Tomorrow's Stars Sheeler and Lawrence - An Online Exhibition at Jonathan Boos
  • Auction Preview

    American + European Art

    The sculpture titled Crest of the Wave exemplifies the most important period in the career of Harriet Whitney Frishmuth, an often-overlooked American sculptor of the early 20th century. Her work represents the influence of the New York dance scene. The standing pose of the available figure also reflects the artist’s…

    After Frederic Remington, The Mountain Man
  • Artists

    Gerard Widdershoven, Founder of Maison Gerard, Remembered

    Gerardus A. Widdershoven of New York and Bridgehampton, New York, founder of Maison Gerard, died on Sunday, June 14 at a hospice in the hamlet of Quiogue, New York, after a valiant battle with cancer.   Gerardus A. WiddershovenPhoto: Robert Levin, courtesy of Maison Gerard. Born in the Netherlands in 1951, Gerard…

    Gerard Widdershoven, Founder of Maison Gerard, Remembered
  • Auction Preview

    Photography and Multiple Prints Auction

    Morton Subastas will offer a selection of photography and prints from artists such as Sergio Hernández, Pablo Picasso, Juan Soriano, and many others in the upcoming auction. Hernández is a Mexican Post-war and contemporary painter. Born in 1957, he is known for painting art as he witnesses it. A signed…

    JAVIER ARÉVALO, Códice.
  • Auction Industry

    Shannon's Online Fine Art Auction on Thursday, June 25th, features American Impressionism, 19th century art and more

    Shannon’s expanded schedule of Online Fine Art Auctions has been a treasure trove for new and seasoned collectors. The June 25th sale is no exception. Lot 73 – John Henry Twachtman (American, 1853-1902), A View of Greenwich Harbor, oil on board, signed, 15 1/2 x 18 1/4 inches, estimate: $20,000-$30,000.…

    Shannon's June 25th online fine art auction will feature American Impressionism, 19th century art
  • Auction Industry

    5 Fine Art Pieces Hitting the Auction Block This Month

    Works by Roy Lichtenstein, Wayne Thiebaud, and Joan Mitchell to go under the hammer Fine art pieces presented by Christie's, Sotheby's, and Heritage Auctions are among the notable lots crossing the auction block in the last half of June. Learn more about these pieces, their artists. 1. Triptych Inspired by…

    5 Fine Art Pieces Hitting the Auction Block This Month-3
  • Auction Result

    Lockdown effect sees spirited bidding for home grown artists

    The sale included a broad selection of British and Continental paintings and sculptures, with bidding from the US to Sri Lanka. LONDON.- Specialist Jane Oakley was delighted with the results at Sworders’ Modern British and 20th Century Art Live Online auction on June 10. “Overall, it was a hugely encouraging day for…

    Lockdown effect sees spirited bidding for home grown artists
  • Exhibitions

    Traveling Exhibition Illustrates Picasso, the Writer

    “Had I been born Chinese, I would not be a painter, but a writer. I would write my paintings." - Picasso From Tuesday June 16, the Instituto Cervantes in Tokyo, in collaboration with Museo Picasso Málaga, will be hosting a traveling documentary exhibition on the poetic side of Picasso. The…

    Traveling Exhibition Illustrates Picasso, the Writer