October 2019 Blog Posts

Celebrity chef and bestselling author Anthony Bourdain, who died last year at the age of 61, had—we’ll just say it—great taste. His personal belongings are being offered in an online auction running through October 30, and they are, singularly and collectively, spectacular.
Traveling from the Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte in Naples, the exhibition offers a rare opportunity to see works by significant Italian, French, and Spanish artists who worked in Italy including Artemisia Gentileschi, El Greco, Parmigianino, Raphael, Guido Reni, Jusepe de Ribera Titian, and more.
David Pullins introduces the exhibition 'Manet: Three Paintings from the Norton Simon Museum' on view at The Frick Collection from October 16, 2019 through January 5, 2020.
Carnegie Museum of Art is pleased to announce it will be the premiering venue for a major touring exhibition dedicated to the printed work of iconic American artist Jasper Johns.
One of England’s greatest painters is to become the country's first-ever fine artist immortalized on a banknote.
For the past thirty years, master printmaker Sarah Amos has bounced back and forth between Australia and Vermont, an unlikely melding of vastly different environments.
What is the role of a flower? It just exists. And those who like to go and look at it, smell it and like it, say, what a beautiful flower it is, it exists.
The autumn sales series at Sotheby’s Hong Kong attracted a new generation of art collectors, with 25% of all buyers aged under 40 years old.
Antiquities specialist Claudio Corsi looks at an ancient bronze licking dog, the rarest object from a complete hoard of Roman bronze artefacts found by metal detectorists in England in 2017.
A beautiful new volume from Phaidon gives us a rare glimpse at life inside North Korea.