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Artist Andy Link claims sculpture was stolen from him and is being sold illegally at Sotheby’s
Artist who 'kidnapped' Banksy’s Drinker claims Sotheby's selling stolen statue
ArtPhotography • by Middleman • 5 views •  0 comments • 1 day ago

Terry O'Neill, who photographed the likes of Faye Dunaway, the Rolling Stones, and more during the '60s' and '70s, has died.
Terry O’Neill Dead: Celebrity Photographer Was 81 – Variety
ArtPhotography • by FemaleLotRfan83 • 5 views •  0 comments • 1 day ago

Photographer Dick Van Duijn told Insider he knew after he took the shot that it was "the picture of a lifetime."
Photographer captured the moment a squirrel stopped to smell a daisy
ArtPhotography • by MarkRowley • 6 views •  0 comments • 2 days ago

The annual Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards compile the most hilariously candid photos of animals in the wild for a cause.

ArtPhotography • by MarkRowley • 29 views •  0 comments • 4 days ago

Years after purchasing a house in Toulouse, France, the owner focused on an old painting stored in the attic. It was coated in dust and stained by a water leak, so it seemed unlikely to be worth anything. But to be on the safe side, in 2014 he alerted an art appraiser, Eric Turquin, based in Paris. It took several years to get the report, and when it arrived, the news was astounding.
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Homeowner Finds Dusty old Painting in the Attic - Turns out to be a Lost Michelangelo Caravaggio
ArtPhotography • by ThomasinaPaine • 24 views •  1 comments • 2 weeks ago

Photographer Eric Meola's storm pictures appear in his new book, Fierce Beauty: Storms of the Great Plains. Meola's interest in storms began during a 1977 Nevada road trip with The Boss.
Eric Meola's stunning storm photographs in book Fierce Beauty and his Bruce Springsteen connection | Daily Mail Online
ArtPhotography • by MarkRowley • 7 views •  0 comments • 2 weeks ago

Fascinating new book Abandoned Cold War Places, by Robert Grenville, explores many of these relics through more than 170 striking photographs. Here we present a selection.
Haunting images from fascinating new book Abandoned Cold War Places, by Robert Grenville | Daily Mail Online
ArtPhotography • by MarkRowley • 11 views •  0 comments • 2 weeks ago

The judges sifted through entries from 187 photographers, hailing from 54 countries, before deciding upon the winning and shortlisted images across 10 categories.
From leopard seals to Trump in the White House: The winning images of the Siena Photo Awards 2019 | Daily Mail Online
ArtPhotography • by MarkRowley • 12 views •  0 comments • 2 weeks ago

Each of these elaborate pumpkins required hours and hours of work—but the end results are sure to get you into the Halloween spirit.

These are truly works of art. Since a pumpkin expires, unlike a canvas, the artist can't just set this project aside for breaks and return at their leisure. ...
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Artist Spends Hours Carving These Spooky Jack-o-Lanterns—and They’re Stunningly Elaborate
ArtPhotography • by delamitri • 65 views •  5 comments • 2 weeks ago

ArtPhotography • by BoonEvil • 10 views •  0 comments • 2 weeks ago

Whitney Zelig was completely shocked by how many people stared at her chest as she walked around New York, but she's glad she did it
Woman wears hidden camera in bra to see how often people check her out - is shocked by footage - Mirror Online
ArtPhotography • by BoonEvil • 35 views •  1 comments • 3 weeks ago

An tiny early Renaissance masterpiece found in a French woman’s kitchen during a house clearance has fetched more than €24m at auction, making it the most expensive medieval painting ever sold.

Christ Mocked, by the 13th-century Florentine painter Cimabue, had hung for decades above a cooking hotplate in the open-plan kitchen of a 1960s house near Compiègne, north of Paris. It had never attracted much attention from the woman, in her 90s, or her family, who thought it was simply an old icon from Russia. It might have ended up in a bin during the house move this summer had it not been spotted by an auctioneer who had come to value furniture.
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Renaissance painting found in kitchen in France sells for €24m
ArtPhotography • by Middleman • 13 views •  0 comments • 3 weeks ago

A newly painted portrait of climate activist Greta Thunberg was quickly defaced with pro-oil graffiti. 
'This is oil country': Newly painted Greta Thunberg mural gets defaced, covered in slurs | CBC News
ArtPhotography • by BoonEvil • 39 views •  3 comments • 3 weeks ago

Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "after dark".
Your pictures on the theme of 'after dark' - BBC News
ArtPhotography • by MarkRowley • 11 views •  0 comments • 3 weeks ago

Robert Rifkind, philanthropist and "game changing" collector of German Expressionist works, has died
ArtPhotography • by FemaleLotRfan83 • 14 views •  0 comments • 3 weeks ago

The felon whose mug shot earned him hordes of admirers has secured a Hollywood agent who is negotiating modeling contracts even though he is still in jail.

Jeremy Meeks was arrested as part of a sweep of gangs in Stockton, California, and faces a felony weapons charge.

His mug shot went viral after being posted by the police department's Facebook page and has now apparently caught the attention of an agent.
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ArtPhotography • by Sƙყɾҽɳα • 14 views •  0 comments • 3 weeks ago

A mural of climate activist Greta Thunberg painted by an Canadian artist has been defaced, within two days of being painted.

Street artist AJA Louden told Edmonton news outlet Global News that he had painted a mural of the climate activist after she visited the area to give a speech.

He says that, two days later, several layers of graffiti had been sprayed across the mural.
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Greta Thunberg: Mural of Teen Activist in Canada Defaced Roughly 48 Hours After It Was Made
ArtPhotography • by Middleman • 40 views •  1 comments • 4 weeks ago

John Bodnar has captured over 50 photos of chandeliers from directly under their lights – illuminating a new way of looking at life.

I was admiring a chandelier while at the spa this weekend. No joke, what went through my head was, "I wonder if I would think this was so pretty if I wasn't getting a foot massage right now."
Chandeliers Appear to be Beautiful Snowflakes When Shot From Below in These Enchanting Photos
ArtPhotography • by delamitri • 26 views •  1 comments • 4 weeks ago


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