Works from the estate of Australia’s greatest sculptor Robert Klippel (1920 – 2001) will be a focal point at Sydney Contemporary, Carriageworks, September 7-10
AA&ADA member Anne Schofield Antiques, Woollahra in Sydney will present 100+ unique rings in an exhibition A Ring Cycle, documenting the ages, May 17 – 27, 2017
China Through the Looking Glass is a cultural conversation taking place at The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York in collaboration with The Costume Institute
The Lady and the Unicorn medieval ‘Millefleurs’ Style Tapestries represent the important human senses; sight, smell, hearing, taste and touch as well as desire!
A labyrinth is an ancient symbol relating to wholeness, with powerful patterns within a sphere that merge the sublime and beautiful where heaven and earth meet.
The Statue of Liberty in New York is an eternal symbol of hope that we can by sharing knowledge enlighten and illuminate the future bringing peace to our world
A Poem of 1516, Orlando furioso featured Angelica a princess accused by others, chained to a rock in the sea and rescued by the valiant knight Ruggiero (Roger)
For the first time a major exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW will explore the influence of a literary and artistic movement flourishing in Europe at the turn of the nineteenth century on Australian artists and their works. Symbolist artists sought to express and explore the emotional experiences of…
When I was in Sydney recently for the antique fair I also visited the Redfern Municipal Electric Light Station a smart Sydney establishment where Martyn Cook Antiques displays an amazing selection of the rare and wonderful for collectors and connoisseurs to consider. It was an unusual box, known as a tea caddy that caught my eye.