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Can You Spot The Fake Fragonard?

Can You Spot The Fake Fragonard?
Maybe we should call it a "tribute" Old Master: a hand-painted, unapologetic stroke-for-stroke copy of a great painting, produced at the Meishing Oil Painting Manufacture Company, one of many art factories in China, where hundreds of artists — and ...
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Weekly Entertainment Guide – Rosencrantz, Railway, & Red Hot Patriot

Weekly Entertainment Guide - Rosencrantz, Railway, & Red Hot Patriot
The annual Antiques Show returns to the Brandywine River Museum of Art this Memorial Day Weekend, May 23-25, with thirty prominent antiques dealers showcasing a variety of 17th, 18th, and 19th century American furniture, rugs, porcelain, needlework, ...
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The Art of Calling Consumers Stupid

The Art of Calling Consumers Stupid
“Actions speak louder than words.” This common principle is something we teach our children to understand from a young age. Yet, politicians who say one thing and pursue policies that directly contradict their public statements have become an ...
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NADA Art Fair: A Debate (Over Delicious Tacos)

NADA Art Fair: A Debate (Over Delicious Tacos)
Coined in April of last year by critic Walter Robinson and echoed by our own Jerry Saltz, the term refers to a loose, gormless, novelty-seeking form of abstract painting that hedges every bet at relevance. At NADA, the zombies have moved off… Continue reading

Off the Wall Art Sale

Off the Wall Art Sale
The For Kids' Sake Off the Wall Art Sale is up through Monday, May 18, at Longbranch Cafe & Bakery, 100 E. Jackson St., in Carbondale. 2015-05-13T11:19:00Z 2015-05-13T11:26:05Z Off the Wall Art Sale The Southern. May 13, 2015 11:19 am. What: Off the ...
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Rare painting by famed Derbyshire artist Dame Laura Knight to be sold at auction

Rare painting by famed Derbyshire artist Dame Laura Knight to be sold at auction
Her outstanding talent was officially recognised in 1929 when she was made a DBE and again on February 11, 1936, when she became the first woman to be elected to full membership of the prestigious Royal… Continue reading

Snapshots develop into artwork

Snapshots develop into artwork
At home in her makeshift studio – Reichel said a dinette table is her “office” – the artist transformed the photographic images into mosaics, framed them and submitted them for exhibits. Those abstracts and a few other images created by the Coon Rapids ...
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'Radical Empathy' Exhibit Addresses Race

'Radical Empathy' Exhibit Addresses Race
Stephanie Seguino's exhibition of large-scale color photographs, on view at the Flynndog in Burlington, would be visually powerful even if it weren't so painfully relevant. For "Radical Empathy," she has used her camera like a pickax: to chip away at ...
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Help We-The-Builders to 3D print a 250 piece giant Edgar Allen Poe bust

Help We-The-Builders to 3D print a 250 piece giant Edgar Allen Poe bust
In the case of the artists collective We The Builders from Baltimore, it has undoubtedly been their original approach to community-based art. You might remember that they created a 3D printed and very colorful bust of Benjamin… Continue reading

Small Scale in a Big Show at Silas Marder Gallery in Bridgehampton

Small Scale in a Big Show at Silas Marder Gallery in Bridgehampton
For her pieces, inspired by the sand, water and sky of the East End, she used acrylic and embroidery on linen. Painting directly on unprimed natural Belgian fabric, Dalene used techniques with acrylic and gesso to create different… Continue reading