Uk art auctions

Huge collection of football fan memorabilia set to sell for £ 170,000

A football fan’s lifetime collection of memorabilia dedicated to the beautiful game is to be auctioned off and could go for up to £ 170,000. Bryan Horsnell, 82, has been collecting medals, caps, official match flags and vintage shirts for 60 years. The collection of more than 200 lots will …

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My story | Free State artist explains how his grandparents are the inspiration behind his world-famous paintings

Vuyisile Adoons is a Free State based artist who sells his work around the world. He grew up in a small town on a street called Rockville and drawing old people is his favorite thing to do. This brings him closer to his late paternal grandparents who raised him. Free …

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Wild swimming and magical walks in the woods on the Scottish island that inspired Neverland

I stand at the end of the pier, gazing at the sparkling, tranquil waters of Loch Moidart. Feeling some trepidation, I quickly count down and jump. The cold water is incredibly numbing but so invigorating. Wild swimming around Eilean Shona is just one of the many activities available to guests …

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Bargain Hunt films record auctions at Staffordshire site

Bargain Hunt filmed record-breaking auctions at a location in Staffordshire. Hansons Auctioneers hosted a three-day event at Bishton Hall in Stafford from August 16-18 – the company’s first major public auction since closures began in March 2020. The BBC TV show team Bargain Hunt – which included a celebrity team …

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The minting, distribution and sale of NFT must involve copyright law

Everyone loves non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The first half of 2021 alone saw Andy Warhol’s NFTs, World Wide Web Code NFTs, the very first Tweet and, of course, Beeple’s famous $ 69 million NFT sale of “Everydays”. . Whether this explosive rise of NFTs is a flash in the pan or …

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Prioritizing Humanity Before Profits Through NFTs

Humanity faces more problems than climate change. The world faces some of the greatest challenges of our time: global hunger, growing inequalities and economic instability. Many believe that the root cause of all of the problems facing humanity is the expansion of the political power of elites as the distribution …

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False or Fortune? is the art world’s response to Line of Duty

Eight sets of False or Fortune? (BBC One) and the presenters obviously realized what viewers understood a long time ago: This is not an art award show, it is the most gripping crime drama on television. How else to explain Fiona Bruce’s repeated exclamations in last night’s episode: “We need …

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Belarusian sprinter at Olympics sells medal at auction to support athletes caught in crackdown

By Gabrielle Tétrault-Farber WARSAW (Reuters) – Sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, who was pulled from the Tokyo Olympics by the Belarusian team after criticizing her coaches, is auctioning a 2019 European Games medal to support athletes who say they have been targeted by authorities. Belarusian team officials took the 24-year-old to Tokyo …

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Princess Margaret’s bracelet, worn for her 19th birthday portrait, comes up for auction

Princess Margaret Rose of England Getty Princess Marguerite Princess Margaret was known for her glamorous style – and now a piece of her jewelry collection can be yours. A Cratier bracelet from around 1925 worn by Queen Elizabeth’s younger sister for her official 19th birthday portrait in 1949 will be …

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The back room: Rocky Mountain High

Lunch at the Aspen Art Museum at the Pine Creek Cookhouse. After ending July with a star-studded stay at Los Angeles, the art market wagon rolled up to Aspen this week for a little majesty of the Rocky Mountains. For those who couldn’t make the trip (and those in town …

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