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National Gallery of Australia to Receive $1.2 million Refund on ‘Stolen’ Buddha

Posted: March 8th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: ART, Art News, STANDOUT | Tags: , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on National Gallery of Australia to Receive $1.2 million Refund on ‘Stolen’ Buddha

National Gallery of Australia to Receive $1.2 million Refund on 'Stolen' Buddha

The National Gallery of Australia will receive a refund of more than $1.2 million for a 2,000-year-old stone statue of Buddha after it was revealed it may have been stolen.

The Canberra-based gallery, which has been involved in provenance issues before, announced in January it would return the Seated Buddha statue to India. The dealer has now agreed to refund the purchase price :: Read the full article »»»»


Glover Prize: Winning Landscape by Artist Nigel Hewitt Used Ash From Dunalley Bushfire

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Glover Prize: Winning Landscape by Artist Nigel Hewitt Used Ash From Dunalley Bushfire

An artwork using ash from the 2013 Dunalley bushfires has won this year’s Glover art prize. Nigel Hewitt won the $40,000 prize, the country’s richest landscape award for his work, Woven.

The Tasmanian-born artist, who now lives in Western Australia, used wood ash to depict a forest landscape. Hewitt was thrilled with the award, which honours colonial artist John Glover :: Read the full article »»»»


David Bromley Studio To Be Auctioned By Leonard Joel Melbourne

Posted: November 12th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Art News | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on David Bromley Studio To Be Auctioned By Leonard Joel Melbourne

David Bromley Chapel Street Studion - Auction By Leonard Joel Melbourne

The iconic Chapel Street Studio and part-time residence of Melbourne artist David Bromley is going under the hammer this week. This magical space has stood out for well over a decade, as Chapel Street has grown much less glitzy, now filled with glass-covered modernity and prefab showrooms, Mr Bromley’s premises have remained a wonderfilled oddity :: Read the full article »»»»