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Art & Antiquities

February 2013 Archives

Check Out the Amazing Work of Artist Oscar Ramos

Check Out the Amazing Work of Artist Oscar Ramos

Thanks to Bored Panda, our attention has been brought to Chilean artist Oscar Ramos' amazing artwork. Hailing from Santiago, Chile, Ramos' work is a new take on continue reading »

NY Based Chilean Artist Alfredo Jaar to Represent Chile in Venice Biennale

NY Based Chilean Artist Alfredo Jaar to Represent Chile in Venice Biennale

New York-based Chilean artist, Alfredo Jaar, whose artwork addresses war and socio-political issues, will represent his mother country at this year's Venice Biennale. continue reading »

Woman Defaces Famous Painting in French Museum

Woman Defaces Famous Painting in French Museum

A young and apparently "unstable" woman used an indelible marker to deface the renowned painting "Liberty Leading the People" by Eugene Delacroix, which was being exhibited at a branch of the Louvre in the northern French city of Lens. continue reading »

London Museum Displays Murillo Art Collection

London Museum Displays Murillo Art Collection

A collection of the works of Spanish artist Bartolome Esteban Murillo, who fascinated Britons in the 19th century, when his work first caught the eye of collectors, is on exhibit in London. continue reading »

1932 Picasso Sells for $44.9 Million at Sotheby’s

1932 Picasso Sells for $44.9 Million at Sotheby’s

Pablo Picasso's 1932 painting of his mistress Marie-Therese Walter sold Tuesday at Sotheby's of London for 28.6 million pounds ($44.9 million). The work, "Femme assise pres d'une fenetre," was th continue reading »

Madrid Welcomes “The Birth of Modern Art” Exhibitions

Madrid Welcomes “The Birth of Modern Art” Exhibitions

Madrid has been transformed into a festival of art, thanks to the two exhibitions that the Mapfre Foundation has dedicated to the birth of modern art. continue reading »