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How NYC Became the Art Capital of the U.S.

February 1913 marked a defining moment in the history of art. While the turn of the century empowered the aesthetic twists and turns of the European avant-garde in their countries of origin, the [...]

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Henri Matisse art exhibited for first time in Africa

Many people worldwide have enjoyed the art of one of the most influential artists of our time, Henri Matisse, but it wasn’t until this year that a dedicated exhibition to the artist was held on [...]

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Art defies age

  Picking up a paintbrush could keep you mentally sharp in advancing years. Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota published a four-year study that shows picking up an artistic pursuit, [...]

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Henri Matisse painting looted by Nazis returns home

A painting by Henri Matisse has finally made its way home after disappearing 75 years ago. Matisse’s “Femme Assise” (Seated Woman) belonged to Paul Rosenberg, a renowned art dealer who fled from [...]

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6 Secret Art Ports

When you think of cities that are known as great art ports, places like New York, Paris, and Rome are some of the typical locations that come to mind. Well, you might be missing out! Some smaller [...]

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The Armory Show celebrates 102 years

This week marks the 102nd anniversary of the opening of the The Armory Show, one of America’s most important art exhibitions. From February 17, 1913 to March 15, 1913, the International [...]

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Top 7 Ports for Art Lovers

Park West Gallery loves art and travelling so we have compiled a list of our top ports to experience world-class art. Below are seven ports that are home to exceptional works of art—all within a [...]

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Matisse: Radical Invention, 1913-1917

The Art Institute of Chicago is currently showcasing a new Henri Matisse exhibition.

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Focusing on Matisse as a Printmaker at the Tampa Museum of Art

An exceptional show featuring Fauvist master Henri Matisse is currently on view at the newly-opened Tampa Museum of Art.

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Henri Matisse: A Celebration of French Poets & Poetry

Henri Matisse: A Celebration of French Poets & Poetry focuses on Matisse’s love and devotion to books and poetry celebrating the works of two of France’s most revered poets from the Renaissance [...]

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