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Click Here to Read: The secret buyer of Bacon’s $142M triptych is … By Emily Smith in The New York Post on November 19, 2013.
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Click Here to Read: A Portrait Painted in Heavy Strokes: ‘Breakfast With Lucian,’ by Geordie Greig, Reviewed By Dwight Garner in The New York Times n November 21, 2013.
The artist Lucian Freud.
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FREUD FACES Photomontage by Josh Hoffs M.D.
Click here to view: Freud Faces, 48 x 48 inches, photograph on board.
Click below for Paintings by Josh Hoffs
Click here to View: The Prince, 72 x 48 inches, Acrylic on Canvas.
Click Here to View: Mount Snow, 72 x 48 inches, Acrylic on Canvas.
Click Here to View: Miranda Multiforme, 42 x 33 inches, Epson Print on Board
Click Here to View: Nine Personalities, 58 x 43 inches, Epson Print on Board .
FREUD FACES photomontage was created by Josh Hoffs M.D. in 1976. Sixteen photos of Sigmund Freud’s face, ages 8 to 82, are arranged chronologically in a grid formation of four across and four down. (more…)
Click Here to Read: Psychoanalysis and Art: Sixth International Symposium Art/Object: The Artist, the Object, the Patron, and the Audience Florence, Italy – May 15-17 2014.
Click Here to Read: Why the Germans Haven’t Returned $1 Billion Worth of Nazi-Looted Paintings Munich authorities seem more interested in protecting an art dealer than in returning stolen works to their rightful heirs By Saul Austerlitz on the Tablet website on November 14, 2013.
A self portrait by Otto Dix is seen on screen at a press conference on Nov. 5, 2013, in Augsburg, Germany, on the discovery of nearly 1,500 paintings, including works by Picasso and Matisse, looted by the Nazis. (Johannes Simon/Getty Images)
Click Here to Read: Looted Treasures in Pandora’s Box on this website.
Click Here t Read: In a Rediscovered Trove of Art, a Triumph Over the Nazis’ Will on this website.
Click Here to Read: Francis Bacon painting of Lucian Freud expected to sell for over $85m at auction by Jess Denham on the Independent website on November 12, 2013.
Click Here to Read: At $142.4 Million, Triptych Is the Most Expensive Artwork Ever Sold at an Auction by Carol Vogel in The New York Times on November 12, 2013.
Francis Bacon’s ‘Three Studies of Lucian Freud’ has an asking price of $85m
Click Here to Read: Should we be so shocked that Lucian Freud’s work is on show in Vienna? Yes, Freud refused to lend his works to Austria for most of his life, but maybe this new exhibition should be seen as a tribute to the power of art in the face of adversity by Jonathan Jones’s on Art Blog the Guardian website.
Click Here to Read: Yeddies fun YIVO on the YIVO website.
Click Here to Read: Lives During Wartime, Vol. 4 by the Editors in The New York Times Opinionator blog on November 10, 2013.
Slide Show | Capturing Duty in Watercolor Watercolors by William V. Conlin aboard U.S.S. Joseph P. Campbell during three convoy trips to North Africa in 1944.
Click Here to Read: Tale of Holocaust survival becomes an opera by Emily Holland on the GW Hatchet website on November 8, 2013.
Media Credit: Photo courtesy of Walter Reich The opera inspired by Nehuda Yir’s life was first presented as an exhibit at Gelman Library.
Click Here to Read: Looted Treasures in Pandora’s Box By Lynn H. Nicholas in The Wall Street Journal on Nov. 6, 2013.
A photograph of Matisse’s ‘Sitting Woman’ as it was presented during a recent press conference in Augsburg, Germany. The work was among some 1,400 works discovered hidden in a small Munich apartment. Marc Mueller/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images.
Click Here to Read: In a Rediscovered Trove of Art, a Triumph Over the Nazis’ Will By Michael Kimmelman In The New York Times on November 5, 2013.
Click Here to Read: German Officials Provide Details on Looted Art by Melissa Eddy, Alison Smale, Patricia Cohen, Randy Kennedy in The New York Times on November 5, 2013.
A painting by the German Expressionist Franz Marc, projected during a news conference, was among hundreds of works discovered by German authorities in a Munich apartment during a tax investigation.
Click Here to Read: The Surrealists: Works from the Collection Special Exhibitions Gallery, Perelman Building November 3, 2013–March 2, 2014 on the Philadelphia News Website.
Click Here to Read: Max-Art featuring Arlene Shechet at Sikkema Jenkins thru November 16 on the Tublr blog website.
The Possibility of Ghosts by Arlene Shechet.
Click Here to Read: The Humans of New York Website on the Tumblr blogs.
Click Here to Read: Artworks Worth $1.6 Billion, Stolen by Nazis, Discovered in German Apartment by Zach Pontz in the Algemeiner on November 3, 2013.
Nazis posing with art in Venice, Italy. Photo: Wikipedia.
Click Here to Read: The Arts: A Museum in the Void by Ruth Ellen Gruber on the Hadassah Magazine website on October 2013.
The Museum of the History of Polish Jews stands next to the memorial to the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Photo by Juha Salminen.
Click Here to View: This is Not a Picture: A film by Joel Levin and Jacqueline Castel inspired by René Magritte on Vimeo.