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Art Collection

 

a state, public, or private collection of aesthetically valuable works of art. In foreign countries the term “collection” is often the name or part of the name of a museum or museum complex.

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Selling off our art collection would possibly result in us losing the status we aspire to because it suggests we are not committed to culture.
The youngest Hollywood art collector on the list is 40-year-old actor Leonardo DiCaprio, whose art collection is worth an estimated US$10 million and includes pieces by Takashi Murakami, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Frank Stella.
With 26 years of experience, Torna & Prado Fine Art Collection offers valuable services for fine art pieces.
The Capitol Art Collection is on permanent display throughout the State Capitol Complex.
Recent Acquisitions from the Adelphi University Art Collection features works such as: Evelyn Wilson ceramic sculptures of mother and child, donated by her daughter Joanne Jaffe; a Nathanial Kaz sculpture entitled Cyrano, an edition of three, one of which was exhibited by the Whitney Museum in the 1960s, donated by Helen Goldberg; and several works by graduating seniors that were purchased by the University from students who received the Presidential Award for Outstanding Artistic Excellence.
Government Art Collection Commissions: Now and Then (Gallery 7)
Gianluca Simone installs the illy Art Collection exhibit at Strada.
AIB's art collection is worldfamous and includes more than 3,000 works by artists such as Paul Henry, William Orpen, Jack B Yeats and Louis le Brocquy.
Summary: His Highness Sheikh Majid Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (DCAA) today opened an exhibition of works drawn from DIFC Art Collection 1, the Dubai International Financial CentreCOs collection of calligraphic works.
Villa Clare; the purposeful life and timeless art collection of J.
According to Studley President Michael Colacino, loaning this collection to The National Arts Club is significant because 1) it marks the first time that Studley has exhibited a large sampling of its art collection in a public venue, a key initiative of the firm's new art program; and 2) it represents the return of Alfred Stieglitz and his colleagues from the Photo-Secession to The National Arts Club after nearly one hundred years.