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Bend, Oregon Certified Art Appraiser

Art Appraisal Resources

Expanding Art Appraisal Services to Bend, Oregon Art Appraisal Resources is excited to announce the opening of our new office in Bend, Oregon. This expansion allows us to better serve the vibrant arts community in Central Oregon and provide expert appraisal services to collectors, institutions, and art enthusiasts throughout the region. Bend has emerged as a thriving hub for artists and art lovers alike.

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Beloved Art Oasis Elizabeth Street Garden Faces Destruction

Artnet News

With demolition looming, the New York park is launching a letter-writing campaign and exhausting all of its legal options. The post Beloved Art Oasis Elizabeth Street Garden Faces Destruction appeared first on Artnet News.

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Oldest example of figurative art found in Indonesian cave

The Art Newspaper

The picture depicting a wild pig and a trio of human figures dates from 51,000 years ago, according to researchers, and suggests that Europe was not the birthplace of cave art

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History Lessons for Sale

Maine Antique Digest

Freeman’s | Hindman, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Photos courtesy Freeman’s | Hindman Americana sales at Freeman’s | Hindman often provide some history lessons.

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Curious Objects: The “Confirmed Bachelor” Who Forever Changed American Homes

The Magazine Antiques

Host Benjamin Miller digs into the history of Beauport, the Gilded-Age mansion perched on a rock ledge overlooking Massachusetts’s Gloucester Harbor. The post <em>Curious Objects:</em> The “Confirmed Bachelor” Who Forever Changed American Homes appeared first on The Magazine Antiques. Curious Objects: The “Confirmed Bachelor” Who Forever Changed American Homes was first posted on July 3, 2024 at 12:24 pm. ©2021 " The Magazine Antiques " Use of

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The Spirit of Art Nouveau Awakens in Australia’s Biggest Alphonse Mucha Exhibition

Artnet News

The comprehensive show is on view at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. The post The Spirit of Art Nouveau Awakens in Australia’s Biggest Alphonse Mucha Exhibition appeared first on Artnet News.

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UK general election: can artists show the way for policymakers to enable a new digital economy?

The Art Newspaper

With lessons learnt from NFTs, expert calls for legal guardrails to allow “trinity” of blockchain, responsible AI and smart contracts to launch an “automated economy”

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How Cambridge's public art protectors fight graffiti and grime

Wbur

Cambridge has the largest public art collection in New England. After each long, messy winter, the city’s conservation team mobilizes to take care of that massive trove. Cambridge has the largest public art collection in New England. After each long, messy winter, the city’s conservation team mobilizes to take care of that massive trove.

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Ghanaian Curator Joseph Awuah-Darko Sued for Non-Payment of $266,527

Artnet News

The accusations follow previous concerns surrounding speculation at the Noldor Artist Residency, founded by Awuah-Darko. The post Ghanaian Curator Joseph Awuah-Darko Sued for Non-Payment of $266,527 appeared first on Artnet News.

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Nicholas Penny resigns from Acceptance in Lieu panel in protest over adviser ‘forced out’ of Arts Council role

The Art Newspaper

The former director of the National Gallery quits after “catastrophic” exit of Anastasia Tennant, the Arts Council’s senior policy adviser on cultural property

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Iconic “Saturday Night Fever” Dance Floor Sells for $325,000

WorthPoint

The disco floor from the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever was recently sold for $325,000. Image Source: Inquirer via MSN Movie collectibles are popular because they bring a piece of the silver screen into our homes. Film fans are keen to own a piece of cinematic history, from autographs and photos to props and costumes. In the 1977 movie Saturday Night Fever , Tony Manero is king of his local nightclub, with all the best moves, on and off the floor.

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Anxiety is high as Mass. Steward hospitals await auctions

Wbur

Steward wants to sell its hospitals at auction this summer. But the sales process is off to a rocky start, raising anxiety for people who rely on Steward hospitals for medical care and jobs. Steward wants to sell its hospitals at auction this summer. But the sales process is off to a rocky start, raising anxiety for people who rely on Steward hospitals for medical care and jobs.

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Kandinsky’s Roving Creative Journey Comes to Life in Amsterdam

Artnet News

"Kandinsky" at the H'ART Museum brings together 60 of the painter's masterpieces. The post Kandinsky’s Roving Creative Journey Comes to Life in Amsterdam appeared first on Artnet News.

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Spain’s plans for a national Civil War museum in disarray

The Art Newspaper

Construction has begun, but wrangling between opposing political factions about how to represent one of the darkest chapters in the country’s history threatens to stall project

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Have you registered for SPNHC 2024?

SPNHC

Earlybird registration ends July 8, 2024. Register now to catch the discount rate! SPNHC MEMBER IN-PERSON FULL REGISTRATIONSpecial Earlybird registration $575Standard member rate, after 8 July $675 NON-MEMBER: Special Earlybird registration $675; Standard rate, after 8 July $775. Join SPNHC here! Students, post-docs, not-working, low/middle-income economy countries – see special discount rates for in-person and virtual.

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Julien’s Auction of Diana, Royal Items Smashes Expectations

WorthPoint

After touring a select few items belonging to the late Princess Diana , the hammer dropped hard and fast at the auction held by Julien’s on June 27, 2024, at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. It was the largest collection of the Princess’s possessions to go up for sale in twenty-five years. The lots included dresses, shoes, hats, handbags, accessories, and ephemera, including letters written to friends, holiday cards, and signed photographs.

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‘I Don’t Want to Give Up on Hope’: Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova on Creating Art in Exile

Artnet News

A founding member of the punk feminist art collective, who is on Russia's most-wanted list, the artist and activist talks about her first museum solo show. The post ‘I Don’t Want to Give Up on Hope’: Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova on Creating Art in Exile appeared first on Artnet News.

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Jordaens painting to be sold after settlement with heirs of Jewish bank shareholders

The Art Newspaper

The work, to be auctioned at Sotheby’s today, was one of more than 2,500 held as collateral and sold, shortly before the Nazi invasion, by the Dutch bank Lisser & Rosenkranz

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Objects Associated with Presidents Spur Bidding

Maine Antique Digest

Heritage Auctions, Dallas, Texas Photos courtesy Heritage Auctions Important historical artifacts associated with the assassinations of two American presidents led Heritage Auctions’ recent Americana and political “Signature” auction.

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5 Hot Lots Coming to Auction in July

WorthPoint

WorthPoint’s Industry Partners are offering collectors oodles of prime antique and vintage items in July auctions, including a piece of naval history, artifacts from a famous tiki paradise, Newcomb pottery, uranium glass, and a rare advertising sign for fishing tackle. Braxton’s Auction78 , no estimate specified. Collectors of militaria, especially pieces related to the United States Navy, will want to check out the live Freedom Extravaganza Antique Auction on July 6 at Braxton’s Auction78 in Lo

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Stolen Titian, Once Found at a London Bus Stop, Sells for a Record $22 Million

Artnet News

The work had also been looted by Napoleon in the 19th century. The post Stolen Titian, Once Found at a London Bus Stop, Sells for a Record $22 Million appeared first on Artnet News.

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An expert's guide to sculpture: five must-read books on the art of the three dimensional

The Art Newspaper

All you ever wanted to know about the topic, from the latest experimentations in contemporary art to some lesser-known Surrealist sculpture—selected by the head of the Henry Moore Institute, Laurence Sillars

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New water quality technology makes its debut in Buzzards Bay

Wbur

The Buzzards Bay Coalition is experimenting with a new system, where technology is used to continuously test the water rather than volunteers testing every five days. It means fewer data gaps and less human error, but it also means volunteers are a smaller part of the process. The Buzzards Bay Coalition is experimenting with a new system, where technology is used to continuously test the water rather than volunteers testing every five days.

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Modern American Art at Christie’s

Maine Antique Digest

Christie’s, New York City Photos courtesy Christie’s The second edition of Christie’s dedicated modern American art sale took place April 18, and the results were positive. “It’s working,” said Paige Kestenman, senior specialist of American art, while touring Christie’s Rockefeller Center galleries with Maine Antique Digest.

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As Seen on ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’: Seurat’s Pointillist Triumph

Artnet News

Director John Hughes once dubbed the movie his "love letter" to Chicago. A scene at the city's museum bears out that affection. The post As Seen on ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’: Seurat’s Pointillist Triumph appeared first on Artnet News.

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UK general election 2024: what art world figures want from the new Labour government

The Art Newspaper

After a landslide victory for the Labour party, we asked museum directors, artists and art historians what they hoped the new political era could mean for culture

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Four Beauford Delaney originals star at Case July 6-7

Auction Central News

KNOXVILLE, TN — Four original works by Beauford Delaney are featured lots in Case Auctions‘ Summer Fine Art and Antiques sale scheduled for Saturday, July 6 and Sunday, July 7. Delaney (1901-1979) was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, and demonstrated great promise as an artist at an early age. His mother, who had been born in […] The post Four Beauford Delaney originals star at Case July 6-7 appeared first on Auction Central News.

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California and Western Art

Maine Antique Digest

Bonhams, Los Angeles, California Photos courtesy Bonhams On April 23 at Bonhams’ auction of California and Western art in Los Angeles, total sales came to $2,500,000. Director of fine arts Scot Levitt commented, “This auction solidified the age-old adage that the cream of the crop always finds a strong market.

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A Metal Tube in a Polish Museum Turns Out to Be a 150-Year-Old Time Capsule

Artnet News

It contains rare missives from over a century ago. The post A Metal Tube in a Polish Museum Turns Out to Be a 150-Year-Old Time Capsule appeared first on Artnet News.

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Street behind Tate Modern closed after glass panels fall from building

The Art Newspaper

Window panes from the Neo Bankside development, whose residents forced the museum to restrict access to its viewing gallery, smashed into the street

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Robert John Thornton’s ‘Temple of Flora’ and Adam Smith’s ‘Wealth of Nations’ were top sellers at Freeman’s Hindman

Auction Central News

CHICAGO — Robert John Thornton’s New Illustration of the Sexual System of Carolus von Linnaeus – better known as the Temple of Flora – is one of the grandest and most sumptuous of all English botanical books. Modestly estimated at $10,000-15,000, a near complete large folio copy sold for $27,500 ($36,025 with buyer’s premium) as […] The post Robert John Thornton’s ‘Temple of Flora’ and Adam Smith’s ‘Wealth of Nations’ were top sellers at Freeman

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American Historical Ephemera and Photography, Featuring African Americana

Maine Antique Digest

Freeman’s | Hindman, Cincinnati, Ohio Photos courtesy Freeman’s | Hindman Two books by black authors brought the highest bids during the auction titled “American Historical Ephemera and Photography, Featuring African Americana” held by Freeman’s | Hindman in Cincinnati, Ohio, February 27.

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World’s Oldest Artwork Discovered in an Indonesian Cave

Artnet News

The world's earliest known example of visual storytelling is over 51,000 years old. The post World’s Oldest Artwork Discovered in an Indonesian Cave appeared first on Artnet News.

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Katherine Parr: power, patronage and the first full-length portrait of an English queen

The Art Newspaper

In this exclusive extract from a new book about Henry VIII’s six wives, the art historian Suzannah Lipscomb writes about “perhaps the greatest artistic patron of them all”

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Tiffany lamps and stained glass sparkled at Fontaine’s

Auction Central News

PITTSFIELD, MA — An extensive collection of Tiffany Studios items dominated their estimates at Fontaine’s Fine and Decorative Arts sale May 18, with lamps and stained glass firmly in the lead. Complete results are available at LiveAuctioneers. The sale’s top lot was a Tiffany Studios Tulip table lamp dating to around 1910. Consigned by a […] The post Tiffany lamps and stained glass sparkled at Fontaine’s appeared first on Auction Central News.

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O’Sullivan’s Old West at the Speed

The Magazine Antiques

The geographic surveys of photographer Timothy O’Sullivan go on display. The post O’Sullivan’s Old West at the Speed appeared first on The Magazine Antiques. O’Sullivan’s Old West at the Speed was first posted on July 5, 2024 at 8:00 am. ©2021 " The Magazine Antiques " Use of this feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in your feed reader, then the site is guilty of copyright infringement.

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The Hunt: What Happened to the Great Sphinx’s Nose?

Artnet News

The mystery of the Egyptian statue's missing nose has fascinated people for centuries. The post The Hunt: What Happened to the Great Sphinx’s Nose? appeared first on Artnet News.

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