Gallery Art owner Kenneth Hendel holds on tightly to Picasso’s ‘Portrait de Marie-Therese’ at his gallery in Aventura on Wednesday, April 20, 2016. Hendel received a letter from … Continue reading Stolen Picasso – When You’re So Rich You Don’t Notice Your Picasso Is Missing
A Certificate of Authenticity is a bit like an artwork’s birth certificate, passport and quality guarantee all rolled into one.
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“Face With Hands” by Pablo Picasso. Photo courtesy Leslie Smith Gallery MIAMI, Dec. 8 (UPI) — An $85,000 silver plate made by Pablo Picasso was stolen last week at an … Continue reading $85,000 Picasso Plate Was Stolen From Art Miami
Unseen Picasso letter to his friend the French poet Max Jacob — with doodles — on display in France.
DUSSELDORF.- The exhibition “Hommage à Picasso“ is dedicated to the universal genius and multi talent, who passed away some 40 years ago. It will be on display at Ketterer Kunst, … Continue reading “Hommage a Picasso” Exhibition Opens In Dusseldorf
Born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1951, Williams studied at the Juilliard School in New York and first came to fame playing an extraterrestrial character in the 1970s TV show Mork … Continue reading How Robin Williams Accidentally Became An Art Collector
The Madoura Pottery in Vallauris, Southern France, is crumbling down. According to the Journal du Dimanche (JDD), the workshop Picasso used to produce some of his best-known ceramic work is … Continue reading Picasso Ceramic Studio Under Serious Threat
Picasso’s eldest daughter has promised to donate one of her father’s drawings and a notebook of sketches to the newly-renovated Paris museum dedicated to his life’s work. Maya Widmaier Picasso … Continue reading Picasso’s Daughter To Donate His Works To Paris Museum
In the early 1930s, Christian Zervos, a refined and somewhat quirky art critic and publisher, and a fixture in Parisian artistic and literary circles—began cataloging Picasso’s work. It was … Continue reading The $20,000 Picasso Catalog The Art World Has Been Waiting For