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Dawn of Egyptian Art : The Book and Exhibit

Dawn of Egyptian Art  The new exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art has art historians every where discussing the Pre-Pharaonic era in Egypt (4/4/12- 8/5/12). It is an area of study that hasn’t seen much scholarly work but Patch’s new work examines the influence it had  over the culture that shaped early art history. […]

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Renoir: Impressionism and Full-Length Painting: The Book and The Exhibit

Renoir: Impressionism and Full-Length Painting  This February the Frick Collection in New York City opened a new exhibit, Renior: Impressionism and Full-Length Painting ( 2/7/12- 5/13/12). The exhibit and companion book examine Renoir’s use of full-length canvases. His Impressionist works  explored contemporary life and fashion and today he is regarded as one the premier Impressionist […]

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Van Gogh: Up Close: The Book and The Exhibit

Van Gogh: Up Close   The Philadelphia Museum of Art ( 2/1/12- 5/6/12) opened a new exhibit on Vincent Van Gogh, focusing on his depictions of nature. The exhibit and companion book look at the last four years of his life using one hundred key paintings. A diverse group of international scholars examine Van Gogh’s radical […]

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Byzantium and Islam : Book and Exhibition

Byzantium and Islam: Age of Transition |   The Metropolitan Museum of Art is exhibiting art from Byzantium and Islam from March 12th, 2012 through July 8th, 2012. Want to know more? Order a copy of this wonderful companion from us! The book and the exhibit explore the changes in the Byzantine Empire during the […]

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