PAINTINGS THAT ARE GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT

PAINTINGS THAT ARE GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT

Some delicious still lives This painting by Claude Monet (The Galettes, 1882) caught my eye at the Inventing Impressionism exhibition at the National Gallery, which celebrates the role of dealer Paul Durand-Ruel in the development and popularising of the French...
GAUGUIN’S ‘NAFEA FAA IPOIPO’

GAUGUIN’S ‘NAFEA FAA IPOIPO’

Gauguin becomes the world’s new most valuable artist And the new most expensive painting in the world now is: Gauguins’s When Will You Marry? (Or Nafea Faa Ipoipo, to give it the original Tahitian title which Gauguin bestowed on it, for authenticity) This...

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