The Mystery of Francis Bacon Art Exhibition Drawings ?>

The Mystery of Francis Bacon Art Exhibition Drawings

A presentation titled Francis Bacon/Darren Coffield opened in London a week ago, restoring the civil argument about the genuineness of a crowd of huge scale drawings purportedly made and marked by Bacon and given, it is guaranteed, by the craftsman to Italian columnist Cristiano Locatelli Ravarino, in around 1989. As indicated by Alice Herrick, whose display is facilitating the presentation, the drawings she is demonstrating were a piece of that blessing, and afterward given or loaned by Ravarino to David…

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Edward Lucie-Smith Portait Painting Time-Lapse by Artist John Williams ?>

Edward Lucie-Smith Portait Painting Time-Lapse by Artist John Williams

In this vertical video with big black bits up the side, you can see Edward Lucie-Smith gradually coming to life in the form of a time-lapse video featuring the creation of an excellent painting by the skilled artist John Williams. I’m glad I’m not an art critic as I would probably have to spew out some pretentious drivel at this point to try to make it sound as if I knew what I was talking about. I wonder what art…

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Edward Lucie-Smith on Jamaican Identity and Contemporary Art at New Art Exchange ?>

Edward Lucie-Smith on Jamaican Identity and Contemporary Art at New Art Exchange

Edward Lucie-Smith is a critic curator of Jamaican origin. In this videos he talks about the three islands of the Greater Antilles – Cuba, Haiti/Dominican Republic and Jamaica – and the fascinating cultural differences between them. Cubans see themselves as part of the greater Latin-American network as well as sharing links with modern continental Europe. In Haiti which was originally French, things moved in a different direction in the art world with artist creating works based around voodoo culture, resulting…

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