The Hornshaw Gallery

The Hornshaw Gallery Sarah Hornshaw established the Hornshaw Gallery in 2012. Sarah has a wealth of experience in the art world and in particular contemporary art.
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She combines her knowledge and experience of the art market to provide a platform for emerging artists to show and publicise their work. Sarah carefully selects all artwork.

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A Sophisticated Newsletter
03/01/2021
A Sophisticated Newsletter

A Sophisticated Newsletter

Air Mail is a mobile-first digital weekly that unfolds like the better weekend editions of your favorite newspapers. Air Mail is delivered to subscribers’ in-boxes every Saturday at 6:00 AM.

How To Spend It, Financial Times
03/01/2021

How To Spend It, Financial Times

Plaster masters: Meet the designers and artists recasting plaster as striking statement design https://on.ft.com/34jBn9y

The Fine Art Society
02/01/2021

The Fine Art Society

Coming up in 2021...⁠ 'Printmaking: 1920-1940' ⁠⠀
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Our annual print show in Edinburgh includes work by Willie Wilson, Ian Fleming, Muirhead Bone and Gerald Leslie Brockhurst amongst others.⁠⠀
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Here is a small preview of what to expect:⠀
Image 1 ~ William Wilson 'Welsh Village', c.1940⁠⠀
Image 2 ~ Ian Fleming 'Thistles in the sun'⁠⠀
Image 3 ~ Ian Fleming 'Shelters in a tenement lane', 1942⁠
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Due to ongoing restrictions, 'Printmaking 1920-1940' will be available to view online from 14th January 2021. ⁠Watch this space for further updates.
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#thefineartsociety #edinburgh #printmaking #etching #williewilson #ianfleming #brockhurst #muirheadbone

How To Spend It, Financial Times
01/01/2021

How To Spend It, Financial Times

Just a two-hour drive from Paris, in the verdant Normandy countryside, sits La Carlière, the magical 15th-century manor house of British fashion designer Peter Copping and his French husband Rambert Rigaud. Alice Cavanagh visits the house to discover how it became the inspiration for the pair’s new furnishings collection https://on.ft.com/2IU2O28

Sotheby's Institute of Art
01/01/2021

Sotheby's Institute of Art

🙌 Hands up if you're ready for 2020 to be over!⁠

📸: Ormond Gigli's arguably best photograph, "New York City (Girls in the Windows)", from 1960, almost didn't happen. ⁠

"The building was knocked down the next day. The supervisor let us do it – provided we cast his wife" -- Gigli⁠
Using his reputation as a Times and Life magazines photographer, Gigli and his team managed to set up an impromptu photo session in less than 24 hours.⁠
"There were models, socialites, my wife (second floor, far right), the supervisor's wife (third floor, third from left), all wearing their best dresses. I moved them around to spread out the colors and told them to pose as if they were giving someone a kiss." ⁠

👀 Come closer to the art world and learn the stories behind the your favorite works fo art. The time is now to do what you love. Understand the dynamics of the art market and how art is valued, collected, showcased, bought, and sold. ⁠⠀⁠

🎓Our graduate programs — spanning from #artbusiness and #artlogistics to #contemporaryart and #design — provide students around the globe with the essential art business skills and foundational knowledge to excel in the professional art world. ⁠⠀⁠
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☝️Explore MA options in #London and #NewYork. ⁠http://ow.ly/OdXz50CSyeE

#MastersDegree #Education #NewStart ⁠
#SothebysInstitute #Photography #IconicPhotographs⁠

Institut français du Royaume-Uni
01/01/2021

Institut français du Royaume-Uni

Great things to expect from 2021: French artists are in the spotlight in the UK! 🤗

✨Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty at the Barbican Centre
✨Rodin at Tate
✨Gustave Moreau at Waddesdon Manor

Read the full article and pencil them in your to do list!

👉https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2020/dec/31/bacon-gehry-abramovic-agar-rodin-levitt-2021s-best-art-architecture-and-photography?utm_term=Autofeed&CMP=twt_gu&utm_medium&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1609408064

Bohinc Studio
31/12/2020

Bohinc Studio

Setting Sun Chair and Rising Mon Table designed by @larabohinc commissioned by @gallery_fumi .
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#bohincstudio #larabohinc
#urushi
#pink
#red
#wood
#table
#desk
#chair
#pinkchair
#interiordesign
#furnituredesign
#moon
#lunar
#urushilacquer
#furniture
#interiordesign
#interior
#decor
#modernhome
#interiordesign
#interiors
#inspiration

Collecting stories: Gael Neeson | Christie's
31/12/2020
Collecting stories: Gael Neeson | Christie's

Collecting stories: Gael Neeson | Christie's

How Gael Neeson and her late husband Stefan Edlis amassed one of the world’s greatest collections of modern and contemporary masterpieces

The Best Videos of 2020
31/12/2020
The Best Videos of 2020

The Best Videos of 2020

S haring the stories behind the art, objects and people that pass through our doors is one of the the most rewarding aspects of our business. This year was no exception – whether filmed virtually, on-location or in Sotheby’s galleries, our 2020 videos present detailed looks at one-of-a-kind mast...

2021 Market Preview
31/12/2020
2021 Market Preview

2021 Market Preview

After a year of innovation and change, our specialists predict what we can expect for the New Year.

Everything Wild
31/12/2020

Everything Wild

Aurora Borealis.
Reindeer under the Northern lights
Photo: Ignacio Palacios

Yazidi Artists
30/12/2020

Yazidi Artists

Be Strong be Creative
This is Holya Khalaf.

Yazidi Legal Network
29/12/2020

Yazidi Legal Network

Today we are introducing you to another painting by Holya Khalaf, 17 years old Yazidi who fled to Europe in 2015. She learned to paint from her grandmother in Iraq and started her work in the refugee camps in Greece. Holya wants to use her artwork to show people what ISIS did to the Yazidi community in 2014 and about her life then and now.

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Don't forget to support our mission and help #yazidigenocide survivors, by clicking on the link bellow:

bit.ly/3nPv0CA

As a sponsor, you contribute to the empowerment of the #yazidis in their struggle for access to justice and support our programs.

Pace Gallery
29/12/2020

Pace Gallery

A forthcoming solo exhibition of works by #Yosh*tomoNara opens next month at Dallas Contemporary. Featuring a large selection of works from 2006 to the present, the exhibition will explore how Nara’s art conjures a realm rich in feeling while referencing the artist’s autobiography as well as broader cultural issues.

Through his oeuvre, Nara offers an enduring meditation on the individual’s freedom of imagination and boundless emotive capacities. To learn more about the exhibition, which coincides with another survey of Nara’s work at LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art, visit Dallas Contemporary's website.

https://www.dallascontemporary.org/upcoming

The Wallace Collection
29/12/2020

The Wallace Collection

Great patron of the arts and mistress to Louis XV, Madame de Pompadour was born #onthisday 1721. This painting, by French artist François Boucher, was painted in 1759.⁠

Madame de Pompadour has been famous for the important position as a patron and in politics that she obtained as Louis XV's mistress. Because of her great political intelligence, she successfully built and defended a highly influential position at the French court to a degree that was unusual for a mistress of the king.⁠

In the years around 1750, Madame de Pompadour commissioned a series of works of art with friendship and fidelity as their central theme. This portrait, the last known portrait Boucher painted of his patron, evokes these ideals by its inclusion of the sculpture of Friendship consoling Love (loosely modelled on a famous work by Pigalle commissioned by Pompadour) and in the presence of Madame de Pompadour’s pet spaniel, Inès, here used as a symbol of fidelity.⁠

How To Spend It, Financial Times
27/12/2020

How To Spend It, Financial Times

Our Aesthete, Cindy Chao, knows how to celebrate: dancing to jazz with Salon champagne in hand and sporting an emerald dragonfly brooch of her own design… https://on.ft.com/38eqyXm

The Wallace Collection
26/12/2020

The Wallace Collection

How will you be spending your Boxing Day? ⁠⠀
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These two delightful works were commissioned in 1781 for Marie-Antoinette’s bedchamber in the Royal pavilion of the château Marly.

The first, titled Sleep (Le sommeil) is by French painter Nicolas-René Jollain and the second is by fellow French painter Hughes Taraval, titled ‘Awakening (Le réveil)'.

How To Spend It, Financial Times
26/12/2020

How To Spend It, Financial Times

The “It” candle: more art work than wax work, @cherishrufus takes a look at this season’s smokin’ sculptural designs https://on.ft.com/3raVa51

Japan House London
26/12/2020

Japan House London

Today's #designoftheweek for our Architecture for Dogs exhibition design challenge is 'We'll Rock You' by Shuhui, chosen by Torafu Architects!

The Architecture firm, whose 'Wanmock' (a dog hammock) is featured in the Architecture for Dogs exhibition and virtual tour at Japan House London, chose Shuhui's piece because:

"We think it's good that dogs and humans can enjoy themselves at the same time. Shuhui explained his idea in an easy-to-understand manner by drawing two pictures, one seen from the side and the other seen from an angle."

Congratulations, Shuhui!

Over the festive season, our esteemed guest judges take a break until the New Year. Although Japan House London is temporarily closed, the design challenge is still open - visit our #ArchitectureforDogs virtual tour on our website to take part.

The weekly winners will be entered into a final round of the challenge, and have their works judged by Architecture for Dogs exhibition creator and Japan House London's Creative Advisor, Nippon Design Center 's Hara Kenya, along with exhibition co-creator, Intertrend and Architecture for Dogs' Julia Huang. The overall winner will receive an edition of the Architecture for Dogs exhibition book, signed by Hara Kenya. Don't miss out!

Find the virtual tour and design challenge here: https://bit.ly/3niIkiD

#architecture #design #competition #japan #japanhouselondon

Serpentine Galleries
25/12/2020

Serpentine Galleries

"Give rest, rest to dreams untold, To free, feelings unresolved So all, all can fall asleep And grow" —Rory Pilgrim

Festive greetings from the Serpentine! 🎄

Thanks to artist Rory Pilgrim.

Image Credit: Rory Pilgrim, Recovery, Oil and Nail Polish on Board, 2020, Courtesy of andriesse-eyck galerie

Fosse Gallery
25/12/2020

Fosse Gallery

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas from all of the Fosse Family!

'Twilight in Somerset', David Imms. Oil on Board, 12 x 10 Inches.

24/12/2020
Art by Stephen Watkins

Art by Stephen Watkins

Stephen focuses his art on city skylines to help capture and preserve important places and memories for people. Each painting is a story of something, some place, or someone who changed a person and made them who they are today.

24/12/2020
St James's London

St James's London

This iconic area of London is ideal for those seeking something different; full of galleries, leading designers, independent shops, and world cuisine.

Painting Courses with Emily Ball
24/12/2020

Painting Courses with Emily Ball

DAY 24: #EMILYBALLONLINE ADVENT CALENDAR

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Each day in December, we have been showcasing the work of an artist who has joined us for one or more of our online courses in 2020. For the last few posts, we are turning the spotlight on some of the amazing tutors that have made the leap with us and delivered these exciting courses to an enthusiastic audience.

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In this post, the focus is on KATIE SOLLOHUB, who ran the EMBODIED DRAWING live-streamed course in October and will be running this course again – as well as several others – in 2021. She also co-tutored AUTUMN TREES with Emily, which was live-streamed from the Seawhite Studio.

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“Garden Tales (107 x 137cm oil on canvas 2020), was shown this summer at Moncrieff Bray gallery. It is an extension of my interior paintings to some extent, finding myself looking more outside of my space, through doors and windows. There is as always the play of inside and outside, using the frame of the door to frame the image, like the wings in a theatre - what goes on outside the space of the painting? I see painting as a record of time, spending time in a space, and noticing things. The paintings are built up over a period of time, as more and more things appear and disappear - especially in a garden with the change of seasons. Gladioli bloom, virginia creeper turns red, butterflies and birds come and go. There is a kind of narrative. Noticing what I notice, choosing what to paint, and where. ”
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“For the last few years I have been doing daily paintings of the everyday stuff around my home. In an attempt to paint everything, I discover there is an awful lot to paint, just in the space of my own home. As the days pass, the small watercolours accumulate, until when I have enough I stick them to a single A1 sheet to see them as a whole. It was seeing them all together that made we want to paint them again, but this time as one painting, in oils, on canvas. I see this project as ongoing. A record of daily life and time passing.”
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Swipe left to see a sample of Katie’s work that she has made in 2020, and visit her Instagram feed to see more: @katiesollohub

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For more information about Simon’s online courses, click on the

How To Spend It, Financial Times
24/12/2020

How To Spend It, Financial Times

“They said it couldn’t be done”: Paddy McKillen on his extraordinary transformation of Claridge’s without once shutting the door https://on.ft.com/3noYpmQ

Stella and Issy Tennant Have the Midas Touch
24/12/2020
Stella and Issy Tennant Have the Midas Touch

Stella and Issy Tennant Have the Midas Touch

Isabel and Stella Tennant are staring at an elaborate chandelier made of beech branches cast in resin and gilded with 23.5-carat gold leaf. “Maybe it could hold candles,” says Issy, as the elder of the two sisters is commonly called, sounding slightly dubious. “Someone else can figure out how ...

How To Spend It, Financial Times
24/12/2020

How To Spend It, Financial Times

What to drink on Christmas Day: the world’s greatest sommeliers join @alicelascelles with their top tips for a tipsy Christmas https://on.ft.com/3auG8Bd

Artemisia Gentileschi | The Greatest Female Painter of the 17th Century
24/12/2020
Artemisia Gentileschi | The Greatest Female Painter of the 17th Century

Artemisia Gentileschi | The Greatest Female Painter of the 17th Century

Join Art Historian Katy Hessel, National Gallery Curator Letizia Treves and Sotheby's Senior Specialist Edoardo Roberti, in an exclusive live webinar on pioneering 17th-century artist Artemisia Gentileschi, to celebrate the opening of Artemisia at the National Gallery in London, a new five-star…

Stella Tennant has died aged 50
24/12/2020
Stella Tennant has died aged 50

Stella Tennant has died aged 50

The British supermodel was the granddaughter of Deborah, Duchess of Devonshire, the last of the Mitford sisters

Van Cleef & Arpels
24/12/2020

Van Cleef & Arpels

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