category archives: art

found in the attic of their family home near london. and, sold for US$69.5 million, the highest price ever paid for any chinese work of art at auction. a superb and very rare yang cai reticulated double-walled vase with six character mark in underglaze blue of qianlong and of the period bainbridges | west ruslip, […]

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two san francisco art galleries are presenting landmark exhibitions of paintings by richard diebenkorn and helen frankenthaler during april, may, and june 2010. richard diebenkorn | paintings and drawings from the collection of christopher diebenkorn at the paul thiebaud gallery opened on 20 april 2010 and runs until 26 june 2010. instead of the gestural techniques […]

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two san francisco art galleries are presenting landmark exhibitions of paintings by helen frankenthaler and richard diebenkorn during april, may, and june 2010. helen frankenthaler | paintings 1961-1973 at the john berggruen gallery opened on 1 april 2010 and runs through 22 may 2010. helen frankenthaler (b.1928), who was influenced by the techniques of abstract […]

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