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    Antiques Magazine Archive, September 2021

    Antiques.co.uk and Ronati Announce   Technology Partnership

    Antiques.co.uk and Ronati Announce Technology Partnership

     

    Helps Dealers of Art and Antiques to Effortlessly Sell Stock Online 

    15/09/2021
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    Our first ever state side museum show

    Our first ever state side museum show

    The Malden Public Library and Iain M Brunt invite you to a special opening of the exhibition A Glimpse of Color by John Day

    15/09/2021
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    Rembrandt never fails to attract the crowds

    Rembrandt never fails to attract the crowds

    Rembrandt blockbuster draws 42,000 visitors to National Gallery of Canada

    12/09/2021
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    Kelli Ellis. VP Global Industry Relations, Ronati

    I have a terrible time buying Christmas gifts for my parents, but NOT this year! I found some gems via antiques.co.uk, perfect for my racehorse breeder family. Thank you!
    16/09/2021
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    John Day Boston Malden Library 2021

    John Day American born 1932 died1982 his earliest years resonated with the localised sense of want and of the scarcity and anxiety that permeated American culture throughout the Great Depression. When pressed about his childhood, Day focused on the loving relationship that he enjoyed with his grandmother, Frances Hamblin, but the influence of his father, an anesthesiologist and his classical pianist mother manifested in a number of interesting and often unexpected ways as his oeuvre developed.Rather than open his paintings as a forum in which to process identity, Day carefully isolated respective characteristics, fomenting his most vulnerable personal presence through artistic absence. Day sold his first painting at age fifteen, and at eighteen began his studies with Josef Albers in Yale University's Department of Design. Over the next three decades, John Day tested and explored a number of different artistic practices, each a discrete permutation of the theoretical and practical variables that would allow him, ultimately, to "step out of the way", freeing each of his viewers to a reception unsettling in its forceful solitude.  The carefully calculated richness of Day's paintings resides in their absences and exclusions and restraint as much as in their application of paint to canvas

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