Julie Demarle

Articles

  • A Delft earthenware pyramid vase acquired by Cleveland

    The Cleveland Museum of Art’s decorative arts collection has been enriched by a very fine new piece, a large pyramid vase in Delft earthenware acquired from the Amsterdam gallery Aronson Delftware…

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  • Three new museum directors

    We are continuing our series of news items of recent appointments to head up French museums. Graduating from the Institut National du Patrimoine in June 2023, 28-year-old curator Manon Lecaplain…

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  • A new portrait of Mary Beale acquired by Tate Britain

    No sooner had it joined the collections of Tate Britain than it was included in the exhibition Now You See Us: Women Artists in Britain 1520-1920, the umpteenth of these highly fashionable…

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  • Eugeen Van Mieghem (1875-1930). Between Millet and Lautrec

    Eugeen Van Mieghem, the name of this Antwerp artist from the first half of the 20th century, largely unknown in France, will remind loyal readers of La Tribune de l’Art of the monographic…

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  • Two new directors for Le Havre and Mulhouse

    The announcement at the end of May that Amélie Simier has been reappointed to head the Musée Rodin (see news item of 4/3/21) for a second three-year term brings to mind a number of recent…

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  • First Lavinia Fontana for San Francisco

    Following in the footsteps of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the National Gallery in Washington and the Getty Museum, the Fine Arts Museums in San Francisco have added the first work by…

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  • In the flesh. Paul Richer, art and medicine

    As we wrote last December, the recent rediscovery in its reserves of a group of sculptures by Paul Richer prompted the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Chartres to devote a retrospective to the artist.…

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  • Three new Italian modernist works for Dallas

    Admired on the stand of the Oscar Graf gallery at Tefaf 2023, Giuseppe Viner’s exceptional folding screen has joined the European collections of the Dallas Museum of Art, adding a new artist, a…

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  • Henry Cros (1840-1907). Sculptor and draughtsman

    ‘Henry Cros, sculptor and draughtsman’, as the exhibition is titled, but also a painter, glassmaker and ceramist, of whom Rodin wrote in the preface to the catalogue of his sale after his death in…

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