Saturday, August 29, 2015

Exhibition at Bankside Gallery offers a new insight into the life of Agatha Christie


LONDON.- The Agatha Christie: Unfinished Portrait photography exhibition offers a new insight into the life of Agatha Christie and opened at Bankside Gallery in London this summer, as part of the 125th anniversary celebrations of the Queen of Crime. 

Featuring never before seen photographs from the author's private collection, the exhibition illustrates the life behind the works of the most widely published author of all time. 

Each image is accompanied by a quote in Christie's own words, drawn from both published works and unpublished personal correspondence, beautifully capturing her thoughts and feelings from early childhood, through both marriages and her international adventures, to her years as a world famous author. 


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The Hyde receives largest gift of Modern art in 30 years from Werner Feibes and the late James Schmitt




GLENS FALLS, NY.- The Hyde Collection announced that it has received its largest gift of Modern art in 30 years – a remarkable group of paintings, drawings, prints, mixed media, and sculpture by many of the world’s leading modern artists. 

The collection of 55 works of art, including works by Josef Albers, Sol LeWitt, Grace Hartigan, Ellsworth Kelly, Robert Motherwell, Bridget Riley, Robert Rauschenberg, David Smith, and 38 other artists, was given to The Hyde by Werner Feibes and the late James Schmitt, retired Schenectady, N.Y., architects and longtime art patrons, collectors, and friends of The Hyde. 
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The Hyde receives largest gift of Modern art in 30 years from Werner Feibes and the late James Schmitt

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