Painted in the winter of 1916-17 and purchased by the National Gallery in 1918, The Jack Pine is once again on a European tour. After being part of Painting Canada, Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven, at the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London, UK, this work and others are now on their way to Oslo’s National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design. The exhibition opens in Oslo on Jan 29. Before The Jack Pine left Canada it underwent the most extensive cleaning and restoration in its history. This short, behind the scenes video, takes you through just how that restoration was done.
Australian researchers have used X-ray fluorescence to reconstruct a hidden portrait under one of Degas’s paintings in stunning resolution.
I first encountered Alice’s work in an incredible video featuring her graffiti art — unfortunately it was on Facebook, so I couldn’t figure out how to link to it sensibly. Google her stuff — she’s incredible.
Alice Pasquini’s artwork is seen not only on urban surfaces and walls, but also in galleries and museums in more than one hundred different cities around the world. Alice travels continuously and her preferred canvases are city walls.
Source: Alice Pasquini
The LIFE photographer’s work, on view at the Ulrich Museum of Art at Wichita State University, made the struggle against racism more relatable to the magazine’s mostly white readers