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Title: Speed as Artistic Value
Authors: Vella, Charlene
Keywords: Art -- Exhibitions -- Malta
Artists -- Malta
Palazzo Falson (Mdina, Malta)
Fondazzjoni Patrimonju Malti
Cortis, Ignazio, 1826-1898
Preti, Mattia, 1613-1699
Gafa, Melchiorre, 1636-1667
Zahra, Francesco Vincenzo, 1710-1773
De Favray, Antoine, 1706-1798
Lear, Edward, 1812-1888
Cali, Giuseppe, 1846-1930
Dingli, Edward Caruana, 1876-1950
Sciortino, Antonio, 1879-1947
Mangion, Carmelo, 1905-1997
Apap, Vincent, 1909-2003
Apap, William, 1918-1970
Trevelyan, Julian, 1910-1988
Kalleya, Josef, 1898-1998
Camilleri, Antoine, 1922-2005
Sciberras, Keith, 1970-
The Devil of the Brush: Speed as Artistic Virtue (2017-2018 : Mdina)
Issue Date: 2018-02-18
Publisher: Allied Newspapers Ltd.
Citation: Vella, C. (2018, 18/02/2018) Speed as Artistic Value, The Sunday Times of Malta, pp. 38.
Abstract: Charlene Vella’s review of ‘The Devil of the Brush’ exhibition held at Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum in Mdina. The exhibit was the 6th in a series organized by the Fondazzjoni Patrimonju Malti (FPM) and Head of the Art & Art History Professor Keith Sciberras (UOM). The collection included a mix-bag of works from both private and public collectors that displayed artistic dexterity coupled with speed. The chosen Artists were from the 17th to the 21st centuries with a direct connection to Malta. Vella writes how the exhibits ranged from different mediums to subject matter and features some photographs of the works in her article. The exhibition ran till the 25th of February 2018.
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