Paintings created by Art with a Heart in Healthcare artists for Nemours Children’s Health System features new program

Art with a Heart in Healthcare artists, in partnership with Nemours Children’s Health System Specialty Care, pulmonology department, have created paintings for the clinic on the eighth floor of the Nemours building, located at 807 Children’s Way in Jacksonville.

The paintings for patients, their families and the staff of Nemours highlight the flora and fauna in the local environment and ecosystems of the St. Johns River. 

Art with a Heart in Healthcare artists-in-residence and volunteers Dylan Bauer, Teresa Graham, Lisa Miyares, Brooke McKinney, Matt Richards and Jill Swanson created more than 20 paintings for the project which are in 16

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Hunter Biden’s Paintings Are Going On Sale, Drawing Critics Of Art And Ethics : NPR

Hunter Biden, seen during the 2020 Democratic National Convention, is looking to sell his artwork, creating ethics challenges for the White House.

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Hunter Biden, seen during the 2020 Democratic National Convention, is looking to sell his artwork, creating ethics challenges for the White House.

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At 51 years old, having made it through a long and tumultuous period of substance use, Hunter Biden has poured himself into painting. A New York gallery is preparing to show

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The Louvre’s Art Sleuth Is on the Hunt for Looted Paintings

Corinne Hershkivitch at her office in Paris, June 23, 2021. (Joann Pai/The New York Times)

PARIS — In a frenzied, four-day auction in the grand hall of the Savoy Hotel in Nice in June 1942, buyers bid on paintings, sculptures and drawings from “the cabinet of a Parisian art lover.” Among the 445 pieces for sale were works by Degas, Delacroix, Renoir and Rodin.

The administrator monitoring the sale, appointed by the French collaborationist Vichy regime, and René Huyghe, a paintings curator at the Louvre, knew the real identity of the art lover: Armand Isaac Dorville, a successful Parisian lawyer.

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The Louvre’s Art Sleuth Is on the Hunt for Looted Paintings

Polack already had made her reputation abroad, as a member of an international task force in Germany following the discovery of around 1,500 works squirreled away by Cornelius Gurlitt, whose father, Hildebrand, bought artworks for Hitler.

While working for the task force, she uncovered the key to the Dorville story. She looked at the back of a portrait by the Impressionist painter Jean-Louis Forain and discovered a yellowing label, with an item number from the catalog of auction in Nice. “CABINET d’un AMATEUR PARISIEN,” it read, with no other information about the seller’s identity.

Intrigued, she traveled to the

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Detroit artist creates paintings to raise money for restaurants

(WXYZ) — A celebrated artist in the Detroit area is making a difference for restaurant workers.

Tony Roko created the “Restaurant Relief Fund” to help people in the hospitality industry recover from the financial hit of the pandemic.

Here’s how it works. Roko created a series of paintings inspired by some of his favorite restaurants, bartenders and chefs.

The paintings are on display and the prints are for sale at restaurants including Grey Ghost, SheWolf, Apparatus Room and Karl’s.

To buy one, all you have to do is scan the QR code on display and it will take you to

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Iowa family going to great lengths to authenticate Bob Ross paintings

Bettendorf clan plans road trip to PBS artist’s company in Virginia

Iowa family going to great lengths to authenticate Bob Ross paintings

One of the four original Bob Ross paintings in Paul Fields’ collection is seen in July 2021 in Bettendorf. The Fields family will travel to Bob Ross Inc. in Virginia to have the paintings authenticated.

BETTENDORF — The iconic art and mannerisms of artist Bob Ross — the big-haired artist who made painting accessible with phrases like “happy little trees” for years on PBS — are famous around the world. For a Bettendorf family, his legend hits closer to

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