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All that belongs to the Father is mine; this is why I said, ‘The Spirit will tell you whatever he receives from me.’ In a little while you won’t see me anymore. 513 more words

Daily Walk

The book as a precious object

Bell, Book and Candle are symbolic objects in the term that describes an archaic form of excommunication, as well as being the title of a 1950s Broadway comedy, the book representing faith and learning. 1,914 more words

Liberation Collection

Guest post: The Rees Family and the Cardiff Eisteddfod

This guest post comes from Vicky Shirley, a third-year PhD student in the School of English, Communication, and Philosophy. Her thesis examines the reception and re-writing of Geoffrey of Monmouth’s… 1,314 more words

Alison Harvey


Unfortunately I’ve been saying Hollyberry this whole time. But holy belly makes a lot more sense – and it’s not a bad name for a business built on the pursuit of excellent food with the mantra “It’s good because we care”. 277 more words


Conference: Collecting and Provenance: Usage, Authenticity and Ownership, 13-16 November 2016, Jerusalem

CONFERENCE: Collecting and Provenance: Usage, Authenticity and Ownership
Venue: The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Date and Time: 13 – 16 November 2016
More information: http://www.collectinganddisplay.com/conferences.html

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The essentials of building a great art collection

As you look around your home, you realise that you’ve started to amass a number of artworks. You also spend hours each week reading about exhibitions, artists, fairs and searching for work on various online platforms. 1,661 more words


Provenance & Authenticity in Australian Aboriginal Art

The provenance of an art object has a significant impact on its value, and even its saleability. It necessarily encompasses two aspects: the authenticity of authorship; and the proof of ownership. 1,572 more words