QR Weekly Art News Recap 3/24/23

Published on March 24th, 2023 | Posted in Essays

Welcome to the Questroyal Fine Art weekly news recap! Here we will be sharing relevant articles about the art world each week. Please enjoy and check back weekly for the latest art news and events.


1. Georgia O’Keeffe’s former Santa Fe home hits the market for $15 Million

Georgia O’Keeffe’s former Santa Fe home, where the artist lived from 1984 until her death in 1986, has been listed for sale. Originally featured in House Beautiful magazine in 1963, the massive home has 21 bedrooms and 26 baths. After the artists death, the house was acquired by Paul Allen, Microsoft’s late co-founder. Having been visited by the Dalai Lama himself, the property has no shortage of historical connections. Click the links below for more information and a virtual tour!

Georgia O’Keeffe’s former home in Sante Fe, NM

Inside Georgia O’Keeffe’s New Mexico Home Circa 1963 (housebeautiful.com)

Georgia O’Keeffe’s Last House, Sol y Sombra, Is on the Market For $15 Million (housebeautiful.com)

2.  Previously Unknown Jackson Pollock Painting, Possibly Worth $54 M., Was Discovered During Raid, Report Bulgarian Authorities by Tessa Solomon

According to Bulgarian authorities, an unknown Jackson Pollock painting was discovered in the possession of an international art trafficking organization in Greece. “The painting, in which the faint signature of Jackson Pollock is allegedly visible, has been turned over to experts. A preliminary examination suggests it is an original uncatalogued work by the seminal American Abstract Expressionist from 1949,” according to the Novinite news agency. Follow the link below to read more about the incredible discovery.

Jackson Pollock working on one of his famous “drip and splash” style paintings.


3. Sargent and Spain at the Legion of Honor, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

In this exhibition, John Singer Sargent’s remarkable body of work from his many visits to Spain are on view. A widely celebrated portraitist, the exhibition displays “an array of Sargent’s dazzling oils, watercolors, and drawings, along with never-before-exhibited photographs, showcasing Spain’s people, architecture, and magnificent urban and rural landscapes.” See the show before it closes on May 14, 2023.

John Singer Sargent. “La Carmencita, 1890.”



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