Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Inquirer Daily News
BERLIN (AP) - A watercolor of Munich's old city hall believed to have been painted by Adolf Hitler a century ago was sold for 130,000 euros ($162,000) at an auction in Germany on Saturday.
BERLIN - A Swiss museum Monday accepted a priceless bequest by the late son of a Nazi-era art dealer, providing a home for long-hidden works by renown masters while also pledging to set a new standard for vetting art looted during World War II.
The Wilkies took over from founder Baba Robert Crowder.
People's Light & Theatre's annual pantos are a much-loved holiday musical tradition, owing in no small part to Peter Pryor's presence as a frequent director and Michael Ogborn's (Baby Case, Box Office of the Damned) as composer and lyricist. These are serious artists creating ridiculous spectacles, and while they're always charming, some years they hew closer to the centuries-old panto tradition than others.
When the Barnes Foundation's exhibition "William Glackens" closes in February it will mark the end of the fifth special exhibition at the not-quite-so-spanking-new-anymore galleries on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Georgia O'Keeffe painting sells for record $44.4M in NYC
If I could change one thing about the Media Theatre's spectacularly sung production of Les Miserables, I'd give them $20,000 to spend on sets.
'Cinderella' has a new attitude
New This Week Cinderella (Academy of Music) This touring production features the original Rodgers and Hammerstein songs, an updated book, lavish costumes and (spoiler alert) a happy ending! Tuesday through Sunday.