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Jeffrey Gonano said he had been looking for a picture to hang on his living room wall when he read a news article about "L'Homme au Gibus" ("Man with Opera Hat"), raffled by Sotheby's in Paris. "I was looking for art and I thought I might as well,"
Experts tested scientists and non-scientists who were asked to look at a range of art works, classified as either "abstract" or "figurative". Participants filled in questionnaires designed to explore art they preferred. Analysis of the results
For aspiring art collectors everywhere, there is hope. Sotheby's Paris is giving away a $1 million masterpiece by Pablo Picasso for just 100 euros ($138) in an unusually affordable charity raffle Wednesday. The 1914 work "Man in the Opera Hat," which
AP In this photo released by the Picasso Administration in Paris, "Maya and the Doll", a 1938 oil on canvass by artist Pablo Picasso is seen. Could Picasso, Matisse or Andy Warhol, with their magnificently inexact representations of the real world
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Jeff Koons believes that all great artists make reference to other artists, so he's hung a varied selection of works in his bedroom. On the back wall, from left: Nicolas Poussin's 17th-century Jupiter and Antiope or Venus and Satyr''; Edouard Manet's
A Picasso gouache painting worth $1 million could be yours for £80. An online Christmas raffle has been launched by the artist's grandson, Olivier Widmaier Picasso, which allows art fans to bid 100 euros for the chance to secure the original Picasso.
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49 New York: Still stumped for a Christmas present? Then what about an exquisite $1 million Picasso for the living room, yours for just $135 at an online charity raffle. The perfectly preserved Cubist gouache was bought by an anonymous donor from
The 4,700-year-old Phoenician city of Tyre, assaulted by Egyptians and Babylonians, by Alexander the Great and the Crusaders, has found a defender with a famous lineage. Olivier Widmaier Picasso, a grandson of Pablo Picasso, the Spanish-born titan of