MO, from The Art of Sport, has been combining his love of fine art and sports photography, since lockdown started.
he has now amassed a collection of 100 such artworks (at link below), including his latest (above).
Can you name the painting and the sporting moment?
The Art of Sport
Previously: When Sports And Arts Collide
Beards of yore.
Compiled by York Adventurers who ask:
Which beard are you?
The National Gallery, Dublin 2.
The first participants in the Apollo Project – second pic from left: Oisin Kenny, Peter Lynch, Ellen Kane, Matthew McNulty and Vitalia Vikmametova – in the Grand Gallery of the National Gallery of Ireland at the launch of the Apollo Project for young people aged 16-25.
Apollo Project is a new way to experience the Gallery, designed by young people for young people! Connect with artists, designers, makers and creatives at our monthly events. Hear about their journeys and careers, and learn new skills. Network, ask questions, and be inspired to make art and creativity part of your life.
Apollo project (National Gallery)
A short film about last month’s Nuart Aberdeen 2019 public art festival, at which – along with academic talks, film screenings, walking tours, public workshops and fringe events – more than a dozen artists from around the world showcased their work on the city’s streets.
Head of a Boy (1956), Lucian Freud’s portrait (above) of his close friend the late Gunness heir Garech Browne, who died last year, sold for €6.7 million.
Sir Wendy RIP writes:
Probably the most expensive piece of art of an Irishman and which belonged to an Irishman…
Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Evening Auction brings $122.8 million (ArtDaily)