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Edgar Munhall, the curator emeritus of the Frick Collection, uses a portrait of D. David-Weill, standing in his art gallery, to appreciate the banker's collection. Full video available for free at: http://fora.tv/2013/03/02/the_david_weill_family
Are you detective material? This visual intelligence test will make you think twice about accuracy and just how much details matter. Amy Herman's latest book is "Visual Intelligence: Sharpen Your Perception, Change Your Life" (https://goo.gl/tWcgcg). Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/amy-herman-on-visual-intelligence-magritte-and-crime-scene-investigation Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink Transcript - his is an interesting painting and I want you to just take a look at it for a few seconds before we talk about it. I've looked at this painting a thousand times. I use it in my classes, I've seen it in art museums when it's been on view and there is so many subtl...
http://www.bigfishgames.com/download-games/4563/art-detective/index.html John Cromwell investigates high-profile theft for the FBI. He's on the trail of a shadowy figure known as "The Ghost"; an expert thief who steals fine paintings and replaces them with replicas so convincing that most people don't realize the originals have been burgled. But John Cromwell isn`t most people. Through his eyes you will investigate the crime scenes, separate the real from the counterfeits, and piece together the puzzle to unmask The Ghost.
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Here's a listening technique used by homicide detectives that we can and should use in sales, and everyday life. Also, you can get a free book with Art's seven-step sales process (just help with the shipping) Go to http://FreeSalesBook.com
Arthur Brand is a detective based in Amsterdam. He likes to call himself a "stolen art hunter". He tells 31mag.nl how he came across Hitler's favourite bronzes. Watch the video to know more about this story and other stolen gems... Or read the whole article in Italian http://goo.gl/O5jLvz
Kadee Stephens will tell you about the importance of art history and its place in today’s world. As an Art History major, she has had the opportunity to travel through time, cross cultures and to celebrate artistic traditions and revolutions. Like Kadee, you can become a detective as you investigate artistic theory and practice throughout history. Dive into how politics, religion, philosophy, literature, amongst other fields influence art while cultivating your studio practice. With the benefit of working closely with a dedicated, professionally active faculty, the program provides a strong preparation for careers in fields such as museum studies, gallery work and publishing in the arts. Click here for more details: http://moore.edu/academics/bfa-programs/art-history VIDEO PRODUCTION: Mo...
Detective story about art fans. Of course it's not truly story but it could happen in reality because some of art products are caring inside of themself some kind of exciting appeal. World history knows a lot of such examples. 15 of june1985 one crazy fan doused with acid "Danaia" painting by Rembrandt in the Hermitage. Mark David Chapman killed John Lennon. Ricardo Lopez sent by post bomb to singer Bjork and shot himself. Some times art is so genius that any think could happens................... "Art and victims inseparable as a genius and evil..." Amency Детективная история о фанатиках исскуства, конечно это история не правдивая но это может случится в реальности потому что некоторые произведения исскуства несут в себе необъяснимое влечение....... мировая история знает много та...