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Remembering Virginia Dwan: the US’s first bicoastal gallerist
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Hyperrealistic Drawings by David Morrison Reflect the Fragile Ephemerality of Organic Life
October 6, 2022
Remembering Virginia Dwan: the US’s first bicoastal gallerist
October 6, 2022

This week: The Art Newspaper‘s Editor-at-large Georgina Adam joins Ben Luke to discuss the intriguing story of the bankrupt entrepreneur and art collector, the museum scholar and a host of Old Master paintings given new attributions.

Left: Claude Monet’s The Artist’s House Seen from the Rose Garden (1922-1924); Right: Joan Mitchell’s Two Pianos (1980)

We talk to Suzanne Pagé, the curator of Monet-Mitchell, an exhibition bringing together the Impressionist Claude Monet and the post-war American abstract painter Joan Mitchell, at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris.

Quentin Metsys the Younger’s Elizabeth I of England (The Sieve Portrait) (1583)

And this episode’s Work of the Week is a 1583 painting of Elizabeth I of England, known as the Sieve Portrait, which is one of the highlights of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York’s exhibition The Tudors: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England. The show’s curators, Elizabeth Cleland and Adam Eaker, tell us about this richly layered picture.

• Monet-Mitchell, Joan Mitchell retrospective, Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris, until 27 February 2023.

• Joan Mitchell: Paintings, 1979-85, David Zwirner, New York, 3 November-17 December.

• The Tudors: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 10 October-8 January 2023

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