Woman Of The Month - Leslie Frasier

The Riviera Woman continues with the feature 'Woman Of The Month'. This month and the last for 2014, we introduce you to Leslie Fasier.

Every month we have featured a different woman from all walks of life, nationality, profession... If you would like to nominate someone, let us know. Read more

 
Monday, 1 December 2014 0:15    Section: People and Places
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Carmen Blike Photographe - Gift Certificate

Carmen Blike Photographe: A personal and long-lasting gift for those special people in your life. The Gift Certificate is perfect. Capture a moment in time and treasure it forever. More details

 
Sunday, 30 November 2014    Section: People and Places
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All articles in section 'Art Monte-Carlo'

Adopt an Old Master

Displaying original paintings in decorous surroundings is an important feature of corporate image management.

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Friday, 7 March 2014    Section: Art Monte-Carlo    Author: Matthew Moss
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Leonardo at the Louvre with Rembrandt

Leonardo da Vinci was always. with his Mona Lisa, the poster boy of the Louvre. Matthew Moss paints a picture of the differing fortunes of some Old Masters before they were accepted by this famous public museum.
 
Wednesday, 12 September 2012 15:05    Section: Art Monte-Carlo    Author: Matthew Moss
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The Doctor Will See You Now, Vincent

Artists materials are injurious to health. This we now know, but in earlier days artists took great risks with the chemicals they used.

 
Wednesday, 16 May 2012 19:15    Section: Art Monte-Carlo    Author: Matthew Moss
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Who was Saint Dévote?

The Saint Dévote celebrations take place this week (end of January). But who was Saint Dévote? Matthew Moss places her - a real historical figure - in the artistic tradition of Monaco.

 
Sunday, 22 January 2012 15:20    Section: Art Monte-Carlo    Author: Matthew Moss
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Conservation framing

Prolonging the life of your silkscreen painting - our art expert Matthew Moss looks into the preservation of Andy Warhol serigraphs.

 
Saturday, 10 December 2011 17:00    Section: Art Monte-Carlo    Author: Matthew Moss
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Take a drawing for a walk

'Take a drawing for a walk' was a mantra used by the Swiss artist Paul Klee in the interwar years that helped release the surge of creativity that became modern art.

 
Monday, 7 November 2011    Section: Art Monte-Carlo    Author: Matthew Moss
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Speaking bad of artists

Artists have always come in for a lot of criticism from writers often unfamiliar with them or their work. But in the end, the most important thing is to have your name spelt right.

 
Sunday, 9 October 2011 16:30    Section: Art Monte-Carlo    Author: Matthew Moss
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Monetise your Museum

Museums are not immune from market forces and must compete with everyone else for the attention of the viewing and buying public.

In the latest of his series of articles, Matthew Moss of Art Monte-Carlo writes about the museum business down the centuries.

 
Sunday, 11 September 2011 16:16    Section: Art Monte-Carlo    Author: Matthew Moss
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Old Master Resurrection

The Life, Death and Resurrection of Pompeo Batoni. How the conservators rescued an Old Master.

 
Friday, 5 August 2011 19:19    Section: Art Monte-Carlo    Author: Matthew Moss
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Artists in the Kitchen

Many of the techniques developed by artists over the centuries have much in common with culinary skills, and in some cases rely on kitchen ingredients.

 
Sunday, 26 June 2011 14:59    Section: Art Monte-Carlo    Author: Matthew Moss
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