Miami-born artist José Parlá’s new work for the Rolls-Royce Art Programme was unveiled yesterday at the iconic Jewel Box at the National YoungArts Foundation (YoungArts), Miami. The exhibition entitled Roots, was commissioned as part of the ...
Sterling Studios is a passionate authority in bespoke decorative finishes and artworks in glass, leather, paint, lacquer, resin, metal and plaster. As well as specialist artisans in hand etched glass and verre eglomisé.
The good of London society were conveyed between two of the season’s biggest parties – the opening of the new Design Museum in Kensington and the Elephant Family’s Animal Ball at Victoria House in Bloomsbury Square.
"Beginning with the Bowie sales in London, continuing with the Impressionist and Modern evening and day sales in New York, adding the Geneva jewelry sale performance, and ending with the Contemporary evening and day sales in New York...
BOVET owner Pascal Raffy commissioned award-winning jewelry artist Ilgiz Fazulzyanov, known to the world as Ilgiz F., to hand paint each of the exquisite dials of the Amadeo® Fleurier 43 “Riders of the Apocalypse” series.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is pleased to announce that José Parlá has been selected to join its Art Programme. The marque will present a site-specific installation of new paintings and sculpture by Parláwhich will be on public display during Art Basel.
On January 22, 1992, Dr. Roberta Bondar made history when she became Canada's first woman astronaut and the world's first neurologist in space, when she flew aboard Space Shuttle Discovery as a crew member of Mission STS-42.
No matter what someone knows about art, the talent of the artist or the style in which he or she worked, the period it represents or any of a number of important factors, it is one thing that can always be appreciated by the naked eye.
On the 7th of July 2016 in London during the second part of Sotheby’s series of auctions dedicated entirely to English Watchmaking, a new world record was set for a John Arnold chronometer, fetching £557,000 GBP ($722,318 USD).
When Abraham-Louis Breguet left his native Switzerland for Paris in 1762, little did he suspect that he was about to embark upon a dazzling career that would indisputably take watchmaking to new heights.