Japanese folding screens, delicate but durable, enshrine centuries of painting tradition. Continue reading
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Featured Work: Unique three piece cloisonné garniture.
19th Century Japan: "Epoch of Inspirational Design"
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Flying Cranes Antiques, Gallery #58 - The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center
1050 Second Ave., New York, NY 10022, Tel: 212-223-4600
Featured Work: Salvador Dali pendant/brooch of Tristan and Isolde. 18k gold, large garnet and multiple diamonds. Hallmarked. From a 1953 design. Diameter: 1 1/2"
Leah Gordon, #18 - The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center
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Featured Work: Tiffany & Co. Elsa Peretti Candlesticks
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Featured Work: Pair of cloisonne horses, enamel on bronze. China, late 19th/early 20th century.
P.M.Tung Arts, Gallery #61 - The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center
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New finds in the caves of Spain raise the question of whether Neanderthals made art. Continue reading
Piero della Francesca, who channeled mathematics into shapes and colors, gets his first one-man show in America. Continue reading
Ethnographic specimens, windows on the soul, or harbingers of modern art—tribal artworks have appeared in many ways to Western eyes, as seen in two current museum shows. Continue reading
Estate jewelry from the ’60s and ’70s is bold, colorful and experimental, just like the era that created it. Continue reading
A revelatory show and a new book of historical detection help us take a fresh perspective on an old master – Bernini. Continue reading
The Philadelphia Museum of Art has given graphic designers Seymour Chwast and Paula Scher a dual retrospective — and let them create the installation themselves. Featured Images: (Click to Enlarge) Bold orange, gray, black and white arrows and a shiny … Continue reading
California paintings from the late 19th and early 20th centuries represent an exciting opportunity for collectors in search of beauty and quality. Continue reading
Drawing on a millennia-old tradition of myth and symbolism, Australian Aboriginal artists are creating powerful contemporary works. Continue reading
The previous record for a living artist—$28.6 million—had been set in 2010 at Christie’s New York by a Jasper Johns flag painting. Richter’s previous personal record was set just last May, when another Abstraktes Bild went for £13.5 million. Continue reading