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The Painted City: Art from Teotihuacan | LACMA

This small exhibition, drawn from the museum's extensive collection of the Art of the Ancient Americas, features painted ceramics that come from the ancient city of Teotihuacan. The exhibition includes 14 painted tripod vessels from LACMA’s collection, one of the largest in the United States, and a mural fragment on loan from the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.

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  • Aug 26, 2015
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Antiquities at the Barakat Gallery

"Antiquity." The term has undeniable connotations: it suggests something beautiful, something rare, something valuable. Occasionally one is given the special pleasure of encountering a given object that is in every way exceptional – one to which all the connotations of beauty, rarity, and value clearly apply.

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July Feature: Selections in Classical Art

Welcome to our 2nd monthly installment of featured selections. This month we are pleased to offer a wonderful assortment of new and unique items from the Classical collection. Our spotlight this month is on a beautiful second century marble depicting Cupid with a dolphin. At just over 17" inches tall this delightful rendering is not only elegantly carved but attractively sized.

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Barakat Gallery on Ebay

You can now find beautiful items from the ancient world fit for any budget... on the new Barakat Gallery Ebay store. Select items will be put up for auction each week.

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  • Feb 04, 2015
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A Brilliant Afterlife

The Barakat Gallery is pleased to invite you to the opening of an exhibition dedicated to the art of Mingqi. This event will coincide with the week of Asian Art in London. The exhibition will feature ten extraordinary pieces of early Chinese funerary objects, including beautiful animal sculptures, magnificent Tang dynasty warrior figures, and a rare pair of large well-preserved Lokapala statues.

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