Monthly Archives: November 2011
Four pieces of work by Cubist artist Emil Filla have been stolen from a permanent exhibition in the Czech Republic, Canvas Prints can report. Filla, a leader in Prague’s avant-garde movement and an early Cubist painter, has hit the headlines … Continue reading
Ever wanted to get your hands on a piece of contemporary artwork but couldn’t find the cash? There are always canvas prints as options but now a new online venture is selling limited edition digital works. The site, s[edition] is selling digital works … Continue reading
Rodin’s The Burghers of Calais, which stands outside the Houses of Parliament in London, is apparently without an owner, Canvas Prints can report. The sculpture was donated to “the nation” by the National Art Collections Fund but there seems to … Continue reading
The Andy Warhol Foundation, the body which has previously authenticated works by the artist, is to close at the beginning of next year, Canvas Prints can report. The news has been greeted by mixed responses from critics and those in … Continue reading
Hip-hop and heraldry have been united by New York artist Rashaad Newsome, whose collage works lend themselves to colourful and interesting canvas prints. The honorary pursuivant of the Royal College of Arms in London has been creating collages of things … Continue reading
London’s contemporary art market is staying strong as the year draws to a close, with the annual Frieze Art Fair marking several big sales, Canvas Prints can report. The October art season has shown the strength and resilience of the … Continue reading
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