A rare royal tapestry housed at Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris has been spared the water damage officials feared, after firefighters doused the great mediaeval edifice to extinguish last April's devastating blaze.
The French town of Bayeux has been home for nearly a millennium to a tapestry depicting a bloody battle for power.
Marc Chagall, the 20th century French-Russian artist who delighted fans with his vividly coloured, whimsical works, did many of his paintings using the same nine pigments - and hardly ever used black, researchers said on Friday.
A new urban culture project in the city of Halle, 170 kilometres southwest of Berlin, hopes to promote social cohesion by transforming architectural sins into monumental masterpieces.
His expressive works project a variety of details and complex images and he is interested in visual culture of the Kazakh nomads, biology, and animalism.
The Healing Arts’ online events begin on March 22 with an exclusive conversation between Gillian Anderson and Christopher Bailey.
The painting by the elusive artist, titled "Game Changer", first appeared at Southampton General Hospital on England's south coast, during the first wave of the global health crisis last May.
March Meeting 2021 explores the past 30 years of the Sharjah Biennial as a model for dealing with the disruptive power of artistic monolingualism, as seen in traditional modes of curating.
The Committee has expressed its keenness in ensuring that the art industry is represented strongly in the upcoming ADIHEX exhibition (Sept. 27 — Oct. 3), bringing together creatives from different continents.