14 September 2014

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Bronze Memorial Statue Of Amy Winehouse Unveiled In London

Three years after the death of singer Amy Winehouse – on what would have been the musician’s 31st Birthday – a life-size bronze statue has been unveiled in Camden, north London. The artwork was created by sculptor Scott Eaton; and features the troubled ‘Back to Black’ singer’s trademark beehive hairdo, with hand on hip. Hundreds […]

23 August 2014

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Amy Winehouse Bronze Statue Unveiled In Camden On Her Birthday

Just three years ago, on 23 July 2011 the iconic singer Amy Winehouse died from alcohol poisoning, in her home, in Camden Town, London. Now  a statue of the artist is set to be unveiled in the Stables Market, a place the artist frequented, in the part of London that was her home. The sculpture […]

11 May 2013

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Amy Winehouse Celebrated With New Exhibition At Camden’s Jewish Museum

A new exhibition of the life of the singer Amy Winehouse titled, “A Family Portrait” curated by the Jewish Museum in her beloved Camden, is being mounted from July. The show was made possible with help from her brother Alex and sister-­‐in-­‐law Riva. Opening on 3 July – 15 September 2013.  it is a personal […]

26 November 2012

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AMY WINEHOUSE JEWEL LIKE PORTRAIT ACQUIRED BY NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY

London’s National Portrait Gallery has purchased a new painting of the late singer Amy Winehouse.The painting made shortly after the singer’s death in July 2011, was bought by the Gallery, with support from the Art Fund, the national fundraising charity for art. It goes on display at the Gallery today. Painted by the internationally-renowned artist […]

28 June 2012

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Amy Winehouse Anniversary Portrait Unveiled At Camden Tube

It is one year on from the tragic death of Amy Winehouse. To celebrate her life, Art Below have created a special tribute billboard poster, in homage to the late singer. It is painted by the acclaimed artist Johan Andersson, at Camden Town tube station and located on Northern Line Platform 1. The poster is […]

20 May 2012

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Amy Winehouse Morbid Blood Splattered Painting Sells For £35k

A painting using the blood of Amy Winehouse and Pete Doherty as a medium has sold for £35,000. The collaboration titled Ladylike was one of around 20 “blood” paintings on show representing Doherty’s work at the Cob Gallery in London. The portrait  of Winehouse was estimated to sell for between £50,000 and £80,000 when auctioned […]

9 May 2012

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Blood Sweat And Amy Winehouse Painting

Libertine frontman Pete Doherty’s artwork auctioned A collection of items from Libertine’s frontman Pete Doherty are to go under the hammer this Friday 11 May at the Cob Gallery. Much of the work is executed using the artists blood as a medium. One of the pieces of particular interest is a self portrait created by […]

17 February 2012

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Morbid Blood Painting Reveals Amy Winehouse Pete Doherty Collaboration

Rocker Pete Doherty unveils Winehouse collaboration in new art exhibition at the Cob Gallery in Camden Former frontman of the Libertines Pete Doherty is making a bid to be taken seriously as a painter, using blood as his primary medium. Next week will see him exhibit these works alongside those he created with the late […]

29 January 2012

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Hugh Mendes Obituaries Exhibition For February

After his success at the London Art Fair Mendes mounts a one person show at Charlie Smith Gallery Hugh Mendes will open his first one person show at the Charlie Smith gallery in February. Mendes, a mature artist began making oil paintings of newspaper pages in 2001 when he found a scrap of an Arabic […]

11 October 2011

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Amy Winehouse Gerald Laing’s Pop Art Tribute

New exhibition explores Winehouse through the eyes of the media Gerald Laing’s current exhibition of paintings and drawings executed in 2008 document the public image of the late singer Amy Winehouse. Drawn to her celebrity by seeing the media depiction of the troubled singer, Laing says: “My work is concerned with the myth, and portrays […]

16 May 2011

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The Ressurection of Pop Art ?

  Exciting new artist Lisa Andrews whose new collection – The Brits, consisting of four oil on canvas paintings: Amy, Adele, Lily & Paloma, now available as prints, is being hailed as a huge new talent and leading light in the resurrection of Pop Art.   Pop art developed in the early 1960s. Originally a […]