Monthly Archives: August 2009

Auctions: Lehman Brothers art an autumn highlight

By David Iams For The Inquirer On Nov. 1, Freeman’s will begin liquidating the corporate art collection of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. as part of its fall sale of modern and contemporary artwork. More art from the former global financial-services … Continue reading

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For Immediate Release

PRESS RELEASE Contact: The Artists Alley  San Francisco, CA Phone: 415-522-2440 415-522-2441 Wanda Pepin to be the Featured Artist at The Artists Alley in San Francisco, Opening Night is October 1, 2009 Jacksonville, OR, August 24, 2009:  Oregon-based artist, Wanda … Continue reading

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Gap founder’s amazing art collection may leave San Francisco

“The Gap’s”   founder, Donald Fisher, is a huge art lover and has a jaw-dropping collection of contemporary art. Possibilities are that this collection will no longer be available to San Franciscans, but will be moved elsewhere.  Read all about it….

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Framed canvas art is attractive and affordable for the home and office

By Christiana Thurman Social Media Release 08.06.2009 – Framed canvas art is a very distinct type of art. It is where a piece of art is printed or applied directly to a piece of canvas that is then stretched onto … Continue reading

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Oman’s Oldest Library to Host Rembrandt’s Original Paintings

After keeping a low profile throughout its more than 100 years of existence, Oman’s oldest library is suddenly in the limelight. Al Salmi Library, located in Bidiya, a small village in the eastern Sharqiya region, is shirking its publicity-shy image … Continue reading

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