Francis Bacon Auction Record Sale On November 12, 2013, Christie’s auction house sold Francis Bacon’s 1969 triptych (a set of three pieces intended to be displayed together and often include one recurring theme) titled, Three Studies of Lucian...
#Nofilter: The Only Acceptable Filter for Works of Art You know that moment when you’re standing somewhere—such as an art museum or a restaurant—and you look up and notice that people are taking pictures of a painting or sculpture or of their food?
Little Dancer by Edgar Degas Edgar Degas had a passion for illustrating the ballet and ballerinas in action; the guy lived, breathed, and loved to watch how ballerinas would practice their routines and perform on stage in front of hundreds of...
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