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PHILADELPHIA — Freeman’s announces the sale of Ellis and Suzanne Rubin’s far-reaching collection of ceramics. Spanning the entire history of Wedgwood production from Wedgwood & Bentley to the 21st century — and complemented by fine examples from various modern and contemporary ceramic artists — the impressive and important collection will be presented across multiple sales. The […]
Bermuda 1930 #95a 2sh 6p pale orange, vermillion and black stamp, gray-blue MLH, est. $800-$1,000STOUFFVILLE, Canada – Oakwood Auctions will hold a four-day September Stamps and Coins Auction from Thursday, September 15 through Sunday, September 18, beginning at 11 am Eastern time each day. It will feature more than 1,900 lots of rarer Canada, British Commonwealth, USA […]
NEW YORK — British surgeon-turned-weaver Peter Collingwood (1922-2008) was so passionate about elevating weaving from handicrafts to legitimate art, he pushed its boundaries. Taking apart looms and reassembling them in new ways, he reimagined the process by which textiles could be made, and became one of Britain’s foremost weavers.
BOCA RATON, Fla. – The first museum show dedicated to Hollywood’s painted backdrops, the grandest illusions ever created for the movies, makes its world premiere in South Florida at the Boca Raton Museum of Art. Titled Art of the Hollywood Backdrop: Cinema’s Creative Legacy, it opens on April 20 and continues through January 22, 2023.