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Martin Lawrence Galleries - View Fine Art Online, On Your Own Wall!
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View Fine Art Online, On Your Own Wall!

Augmented reality (AR) technology has finally, and truly, arrived in the world of fine art. Simply defined, AR technology superimposes computer-generated images on a user view of the real world, providing a remarkably realistic composite view. Many say that AR technology is fundamentally transforming how we learn and interact with the real world.  Now, this includes the Art World. 

Martin Lawrence Galleries - 10 ARTWORKS THAT MAKE THE PERFECT MOTHER’S DAY GIFT
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10 ARTWORKS THAT MAKE THE PERFECT MOTHER’S DAY GIFT

Art loves Mothers and at times it beautifully reflects and embraces the wide-ranging experience of motherhood. From joy, tenderness, playfulness, and hardship, mothers have been depicted in art countless times across all cultures. With Motherhood as a staple in art, and Mother’s Day around the corner we could not help but think about art as the perfect mother’s day gift.

Martin Lawrence Galleries - Dali's Tristan and Iseult Suite
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Dali's Tristan and Iseult Suite

The legend of Tristan and Iseult is the inspiration for the newest acquisition of Salvador Dalí prints. The collection of twenty-one illustrations are finished in drypoint, a printmaking technique in the intaglio family. Dalí infuses his signature surrealist style into the stark, yet graphically striking image narrative highlighting many of the pivotal moments told in the twelfth-century tale.

Martin Lawrence Galleries - THE TROMPE-L’OEIL MASTER IS BACK
Martin Lawrence Galleries - Q & A WITH ROBERT DEYBER
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Q & A WITH ROBERT DEYBER

Before becoming a renowned artist Deyber spent twenty-five years in corporate America, making his escape into unknown visually spectacular worlds more poignant. His new works for Martin Lawrence Galleries have us captivated once more and we were very excited when he agreed to answer our questions to give us an insight into what inspires his work and his life.

Martin Lawrence Galleries - THE LOOK OF AN ERA
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THE LOOK OF AN ERA

Erté’s elegant drawings, which ooze with glamour and insouciance, helped define the Art Deco movement. Enjoy this fascinating article about the father of Art Deco, published today in The Economist.

Martin Lawrence Galleries - Where in the World is Janey Waney?
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Where in the World is Janey Waney?

In 1969, when Alexander Calder created his renowned Waney Janey, he was doing it for placement in a shopping mall on Long Island. Little did he know that, five decades later, it would have traveled from Gramercy Park in Manhattan to the European Fine Art Fair in Maastricht, Netherland, from the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam to Jardin Des Tuileries, on the grounds of the Louvre in Paris France, where it is currently on display for the FIAC International Contemporary Art Fair. 

Martin Lawrence Galleries - HENRI MATISSE - ULYSSES
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HENRI MATISSE - ULYSSES

In 1935, George Macy, the founder of the Limited Editions Club, offered a commission to Henri Matisse to illustrate an exclusive edition of the novel, Ulysses by James Joyce. Ulysses was initially serialized between 1918 and 1920, and published as a novel in 1922. Some labeled it pornographic and it was banned in the United States until 1934.

Martin Lawrence Galleries - The Art of The Art Auction
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The Art of The Art Auction

Martin Lawrence Galleries offers a rich catalog with a wide range of pricing starting at $500. Consisting of more than 900 lots, this auction is a great opportunity for aspiring collectors, design enthusiasts and bargain hunters alike to purchase historically significant artwork.