1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "european art"

  2. Auctions in Texas

    Mark your calendars: On Saturday, June 15, 2013, Heritage Auctions Texas will host their highly anticipated and beautiful European Paintings Signature Auction. From a lively Torriglia to a suspenseful Vlaminck and wistful Renoir, click through to get a sneak-peek of the sale

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  3. American & European Art

    Founded in 1982 in Chicago, Leslie Hindman Auctioneers is already one of the country’s foremost authorities on the buying and selling of antiques, Fine Art, and collectibles. 

    From Pierre-Auguste Renoir to John William Godward and Bruce Crane, their latest sale is dedicated to the splendors of American and European Art. 

    Get a sneak-peek at the sale before bidding begins on Sunday, May 12! 

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  4. 19th Century European and British Art

    The 19th century in Europe and Great Britain saw a flourish of art movements, such as Pre-Raphaelite, Realism, and Impressionism. Artists, such as Joseph Mallord William Turner, Gustave Courbet, and Vincent Van Gogh created some of the most popular works of all time.

    Rediscover masterpieces of this era now offered in artnet Galleries.

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  5. European Paintings At Auction

    Preview the European Paintings sale happening at Sotheby’s London today.

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  6. Remembering John Constable

    English Romantic painter John Constable was born on this day in 1776. 

    Born in Suffolk, Constable was famous for his landscape paintings of Dedham Vale, the area surrounding his home. Though his work is very popular now, it was not well received during his lifetime. 

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  7. 19th Century Art at Sotheby’s

    Preview the important sale Sotheby’s New York is hosting today: 19th Century European Art, featuring paintings such as this untitled work by Émile Munier, estimated from US$190,000 to US$220,000.

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