The remains of Curtain Theatre, the first theatre to host William Shakespeare’s plays, have been excavated in Shoreditch in east London, according to the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA).
Rare and newly discovered works by English painter Sir Stanley Spencer sold at the 20th Century British and Irish Art sale in Bonhams.
Images created from E coli and S marcescens bacterial growth will been displayed at the University of Cincinnati from June 8 to June 12, 2012 by fine arts photography graduate student Zachary Copfer.
The painting by Philip Hermogenes Calderon has been hanging in a primary school in Blackpool for the past 86 years.
Henry Darger's works are regarded as one of the most celebrated examples of outsider art.
An exhibition called Diamonds: A Jubilee Celebration that celebrates The Queen’s 60 years on throne is all set to showcase some of the finest diamonds which have been used by The Queen.
To celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, the Royal Academy of Art has announced a series of displays and events within its exhibition halls.
For celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of 60 years of reign of Queen Elizabeth II, luxury brand Louis Vuitton is showcasing an exclusive art exhibition at the brand\'s New Bond Street Maison.
Artist's 1985 portrait of Queen Elizabeth II expected to reach £60,000 at Bonhams auction.
Aaron, a 26 year old artist from Israel expert in creating miniature food items, introduces the latest in his collection – Summer Barbecue Platter.
A rare collection of 59 studies and sketches by the Nottingham artist, Arthur Spooner is being offered for sale in the Fine Paintings sale at Bonhams Chester on 13 June, 2012.
Britain\'s Queen Elizabeth II attends the 99th Chelsea Flower Show which this year included a special exhibit in honour of her Diamond Jubilee year.
It is one of the most iconic album covers all time, but few have ever seen it like this. A rare photo of The Beatles walking at Abbey Road in the opposite direction to that in the famous photo has fetched £16,000 in an auction in London.