art collection


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Noun1.art collection - a collection of art worksart collection - a collection of art works    
aggregation, collection, accumulation, assemblage - several things grouped together or considered as a whole
loan collection - a number of pictures loaned by their owners for exhibition
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art collection

ncollezione f d'arte
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COVENTRY City Council is sitting on an PS18million art collection as it slashes services across the city.
Morgan is delighted to present selected photographs from its own corporate collection, the JPMorgan Chase Art Collection.
Taking the top spot on the list is entertainment industry mogul David Geffen, who has amassed an art collection worth an estimated US$2.
Muscat: Bait Al Zubair Museum would be welcoming guests to view the art collection over the Eid holidays.
But it comes as no surprise that a councillor from the present party of government thinks it's right to sell off the art collection.
Emirates Investment Bank, an independent private and investment banking boutique, has unveiled an art collection.
com)-- Torna & Prado Fine Art Collection in conjunction with the National Museum of Fine Arts Havana Cuba, launched the book, Mario Carreno: Selected Works / Obras Selectas 1936-1957 by collector, curator, historian, and president of the gallery Jesus Fernandez Torna.
Images taken by modern photographers and artwork from the city's Civic Art Collection provide powerful and full-page colorful accompaniment to the history of the growth of San Francisco's arts.
30pm, mima is holding a free creative writing workshop where people can be inspired by works in Middlesbrough's art collection.
Running until February 24, Revealed: Government Art Collection includes Andy Warhol's original 1985 portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in the same room as a 16th century portrait of Elizabeth I.
College President Frederick Keating and Ross Beitzel, art collection curator, accepted the paintings, prints, sculptures and photographs valued at $30,000, which include the botanical painting of late Elkins Park artist Tom Steigerwald and a charcoal drawing by Stankard's daughter, Katherine Stankard Campbell.