Newark Museums Presents "’The Art of Translation”

“Simon Ottenberg Gift of Modern and Contemporary Nigerian Art”
The Museum will present “The Art of Translation” Original works  by African Artist. This exhibition is like bringing Nigeria to Newark,  included in  this collection are  works by Dr Ottenberg he has donated about 145  mostly drawings of  his modern and contemporary Artwork and about a dozen others works by a distinctive group of Artists  make up, “The Art of Translation”  The exhibitions is now on view  through Nov 2013.  
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 The Simon Ottenberg  Gift of Modern and Contemporary Nigerian Art,”.

Barbara Chase-Riboud: The Malcolm X Steles

Barbara Chase-Riboud: The Malcolm XSteles

Barbara Chase-Riboud’s  Sculptures Exhibition Date: September 14, 2013 – January 20, 2014

The exhibition focuses primarily on her important Malcolm X sculptures.  The museums  will bring together works from the series Malcolm X # 3 1969 and five other sculptures including some of   the artist  monument drawings from the 1996-97 that were made during the development of the series. :http://www.philamuseum.org/exhibitions/763.html

Amazing Street Art

                                             By A’SHOP at Mural Festival in Montreal, Canada. Photo by Kris Murray.

                                       By SAINER from Etam Cru in Gdynia, Poland.

                                                  In Los Angeles, USA. By DALeast.

Yarn Bombing / Guerrilla Crochet.

Hopare in Orsay, France.
“There´s tools and colours for all of us,
to lend from nature to make the world
more understandable and beautiful”.

Wassily Kandinsky (Russian, 1866-1944) was an influential Russian painter

Wassily Kandinsky (Russian, 1866-1944) was an influential Russian painter and art theorist. He is credited with painting the first purely abstract works.
© 2009 Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris; used with permission
Blue Segment (Blaues Segment), 1921

© 2009 Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris; used with permission

Black Grid (Schwarzer Raster), 1922
© 2009 Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris; used with permission

                                                          White cross (WeiBes Kreuz),January- June 1922


© 2009 Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris; used with permission
In the Black Square (Im schwarzen Viereck), June 1923

                                    © 2009 Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris; used with permission
                                                            Composition VIII (Komposition VIII), July 1923


© 2009 Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris; used with permission

Several Circles (Einige Kreise), January-February 1926


© 2009 Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris; used with permission

Grouping (Groupement), 1937

Joan Mitchell is the best female selling artist of all time by auction

Estate of Joan Mitchell/Joan Mitchell Foundation/Cheim & Read via Bloomberg

 Above Artwork:  ”Untitled” (1956) by Joan Mitchell   American painter  (1925-1992) 
This Artwork  by Mitchell  priced at $ 6 million was  among the early sales on the booth of the New York based dealers Cheim & Read at the  44th edition of the Art Basel fair  in Switzerland.
 Joan Mitchell is the best female selling artist of all time by auction,   646  of her Artworks fetched $ 239.8 million in sales from 1985 through May 31 , 2013 according to figures compiled by Bloomberg .

Johannes Stoetter amazes people with his creative Artwork!

Johannes Stoetter turns humans, animals,fruits,landscapes in the most Amazing and creative Artwork !
 Johnnes Stoetter produces incredible body Art in which his subjects disappear  right into their backgrounds 
 Stoetter has replaced his canvas with the human body, his amazing Artwork is inspired by the natural world.

Old Antique Original Master piece Painting , 200-year-old Painting Turns out at a Charity Sale !

Liz Lockyer bought the painting at an RNLI charity sale in her home town of Teignmouth in Devon not knowing it was by Mary Moser – one of Britain’s most celebrated women artists.

An artist herself, Liz bought the painting depicting flowers because she loved the frame it was in.

It wasn’t until she studied the signature on the dusty and aged painting she found it was by 18th Century artist Moser – one of only two female founding members of the Royal Academy.


London-born Moser was trained by her Swiss-born artist and enameller father George Michael Moser and she won her first Society of Arts medal at just 14. Read more at :http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2358431/Long-lost-200-year-old-painting-Britain-s-famous-women-artists-bought-charity-sale-just-5-buyer-liked-frame.html

James Jacques Joseph Tissot (French artist, 1836–1902)

The Art Institute of Chicago Proudly presents James Tissot’s most popular oil paintings,“Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity”this summer the exhibition going on Now, through Sunday, September 22, 2013. The exhibition includes a Tissot painting from Cleveland as well as Tissot crowd-pleasers from Paris, London, Boston, Los Angeles and Toronto.

An Interesting story 1872           James Jacques Joseph Tissot  photo credit  : wikimedia.org
Too Early 1873, by James Tissot: Guildhall Art Gallery, London ( photo:wikipainting.org

Ball on Shipboard 1874 by James Tissot, Tate Britian , London photo credit: Wikipedia 

July by , James Tissot french artist

http://www.artic.edu/exhibitions/impressionism-fashion-and-modernity

Henry Siddons Mowbray (American, 1858–1928)

Harem Scene, ca. 1884–1900

Henry Siddons Mowbray (American, 1858–1928)
on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC , Gallery  743

Orientalist painters were intrigued by the secret world of women , Most likely the Artist imagined it like this  as his painting  focused on women in a  a private bath in a palace harem.  …….

Juan Gris (Spanish , 1887-1927 ) Violin and Playing Cards, 1913

Oil Painting Violin and Playing Cards, 1913
Juan Gris (Spanish, 1887–1927

Juan Gris composed  this painting  while in Céret, a small town in the Pyrenees, around  1913. It was a round this time that  the Artist had developed  a  Colorful Cubist Style  that with in a year or so would evolve  into the a fully formed Synthetic Cubism, influenced by Picasso’s and Braque’s …………..

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