'One in a million': Kimbell Art Museum makes rare discovery

'One in a million': Kimbell Art Museum makes rare discovery
“The Interior of San Ambrogio, Milan” was believed to have been painted by Scottish painter David Roberts, but it's since been determined to be a work by English artist Richard Parkes Bonington.
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Dallas High School, Class of 1971, will celebrate its 45th reunion July 9 at Rice's Pool House, Dallas. An ice breaker will be held Friday, July 8, at Grotto, Harveys Lake. Formal invitations will be mailed in April. For information, contact Barb Rice …
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Briefly in the arts
In addition to performing solo, the TWU choir will join with the Women's Chorus of Dallas, the University of North Texas Women's Chorus and high school choirs from the Dallas Independent School District for a performance that will fill the auditorium …
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Greenhill School opens performing arts center

Greenhill School opens performing arts center
Greenhill School unveiled the Marshall Family Performing Arts Center last weekend, a $ 28 million facility for all performing and fine arts. The contemporary, airy building was named in honor of the Marshall Heritage Foundation, which donated $ 10 …
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Hometown guitar hero Jimmie Vaughan riffs, rides in Mardi Gras Oak Cliff parade
Warnock said a Dallas arts panel is scheduled to meet Wednesday to narrow 73 submissions to four monument finalists. Although Austin has a statue of Stevie Ray Vaughan, his hometown does not. The guitarist, inducted last year into the Rock and Roll …
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Alamo Manhattan gets closer to bringing M project to Dallas' Bishop Arts
It's been a year since Dallas-based Alamo Manhattan began lobbying to bring a new $ 57 million residential and retail development — called Bishop Arts Station — to Dallas' Bishop Arts District. Now, the development group is one step closer to …
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GHOST QUARTET and INTERGALACTIC NEMESIS Coming to AT&T Performing Arts Center
The AT&T Performing Arts Center is a nonprofit foundation that operates and programs a 10-acre campus comprised of three premier performance venues and a park in downtown Dallas. Opening in October 2009, the Center has helped complete the 30-year …
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Dallas' cultural arts venues need million worth of work; council demands
Eighteen of Dallas' city-owned cultural facilities — among them the Majestic Theater, Fair Park's Hall of State, the Dallas Museum of Art and the entirety of the Arts District — need $ 58 million in “major maintenance,” according to a briefing …
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Dallas' Best Places for Arts Lovers on a Date
Full disclosure: I am no dating expert. My own dating history has been long and complex. (And, at times, not very complex.) But one thing I have learned is if you like something, like it loudly. You never know whom you'll attract. If you're a supporter …
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5 best new contemporary art galleries give Dallas a lot to look forward to

5 best new contemporary art galleries give Dallas a lot to look forward to
On tap is a solo show from photographer Rose Marcus opening in January, followed by an exhibition of works by Jeff Zilm — who is part of the Dallas Contemporary's January show — during April's Dallas Art Fair. The 2016 fair will also mark And Now's …
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Rumors, Fissures, and New Horizons: 2015 In Dallas Art
Welcome to the shadowlands. I don't know where you lived the year in the Dallas arts scene, but where I ended up spending most of my time was in the world of rumors, side deals, quite rumblings, murmured plans, and mysteries. The big mystery – the one …
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Dallas Arts District high-rise tower brings major tenant on board

Dallas Arts District high-rise tower brings major tenant on board
Park District Tower, the new Arts District office tower being built on the sweet patch of grass next to the Dallas Museum of Art, has signed an anchor office tenant: PwC, a typographically challenged firm that does quality assurance, tax, and advisory …
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Lincoln Property is starting work on new Dallas Arts District tower
Less than six months after buying the high-profile corner of Woodall Rodgers Freeway and Pearl Street in the Dallas Arts District, the developer is breaking ground on a 25-story office high-rise. The 260,000-square-fooot metal and glass tower will go …
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Dallas Artist Jeff Zilm Was an Overnight Sensation Decades in the Making
There probably has never been a Dallas-based artist whose career has blown up quite like Jeff Zilm's. Sure, we've had artists mount great exhibitions around the world, win national media attention, and have pieces collected by our area museums. But in …
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The Best and the Worst of the Dallas Art Scene in 2015
Whatever went wrong, the tone of the conversation in a large part of the art world in Dallas is deep-rooted frustration. I tried to spread the good and the bad evenly in this annual round-up of the Dallas art world. As always, I'm starting with the …
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