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Art and Culture
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The Maestro dei Cassoni Campana in the limelight
A levitating Dali Buddha
Sormani, prince of the micro-mosaic
René Huyghe: an academician's collection
Two Bugattis are better than one!
The ever-alluring Mediterranean
Theo Van Rysselberghe put all his love of the South into this light-drenched landscape.
Applause for the great Italian and French stringed instrument makers
A three-day auction of quartet instruments in Vichy achieved high results, especially for a violin by Fagnola and bows by Tourte and Peccatte.
A Chinese clock hits the big time
Time was certainly money for a Chinese automaton clock from the late Qing dynasty, whose lotuses, activated by an ingenious mechanism, rose in concert…
From Moret to Poliakoff
Henry Moret, Bernard Buffet and Serge Poliakoff all had a date in Deauville this weekend
Venus, Aphrodite… whether Greek or Roman, the goddess has lost none of her charms, expressed in marble through sensual forms and clinging drapes.
Château des Boulayes: a remarkable building and contents
Travels broaden the young mind
Dora Maar, the hidden woman
Denis, Permeke, Alechinsky: the spiritual in art
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16 September 2019 - 06:10
Banksy painting of MPs as chimpanzees in Parliament to be auctioned
16 September 2019 - 04:45
Galerie Templon assumes representation of Billie Zangewa
16 September 2019 - 11:18
Maurizio Cattelan’s 18-carat gold toilet stolen from Blenheim Palace
16 September 2019 - 10:17
French painter Sam Szafran dies at 84
Not to be missed
A legendary fight
This composition, certainly George Bellows' most famous, immortalises…
Maillol soaks up the sun
Fernand Léger's contrasting rhythms
When the painter reinvented the centuries-old theme of the still life in light of modernity, he created a jewel of pure graphic design.
Record for a drawing by Carmontelle
The meeting between Vivant Denon and the Chevalier de Cossé, drawn by Carmontelle, captured everybody’s attention and broke the world record for a…
Jean Joubert joins the Louvre
This sale included works by Jean-Paul Alaux, Mathurin Méheut and Jean Joubert, whose gouaches made for Versailles were pre-empted by the Louvre.
A feather painting enters the Musée du quai Branly
Spectacular in terms of its rarity and its fresh colours, this multicoloured work in a feather mosaic from the newly conquered Mexico was pre-empted…
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