Category Archives: Canvas Prints

BP continues support of British art with £10m pledge

Oil giant BP has pledged to continue its support of British art institutions with a £10 million sponsorship deal over the next five years, Canvas Prints can report. The company will aid the British Museum, National Portrait Gallery, Royal Opera … Continue reading

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Van Gogh house could be saved from ruin

Van Gogh canvas prints may be one of the most popular pieces of artwork to adorn the walls of homes worldwide, but his own former lodgings are going to rack and ruin. The house where the artists stayed in the … Continue reading

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LA’s Getty Museum exhibits Gothic manuscripts

The Los Angeles Getty Museum is hosting an exhibition of Gothic manuscripts from the Middle Ages that should inspire and enlighten art fans, Canvas Prints can report. Gothic art typically conjures up images of imposing architectural style and is a … Continue reading

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Velazquez discovery set to make millions at auction

A painting first valued at £300 is expected to fetch up to £3 million when it goes under the hammer at Bonhams this week after it as discovered it is by Velazquez. The portrait of an unknown man is part … Continue reading

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Works by Cubist painter Emil Filla stolen

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

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How to get your hands on a Hirst for under a tenner

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

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The Rodin sculpture without an owner

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

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Warhol authentication board closure could make canvas prints more attractive

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

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Hip-hop meets heraldry in Newsome’s collage works

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

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London contemporary art sales stay strong

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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