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Banksy turns Michael Eaton into Jay Z

Banksy has produced a new image making Glastonbury organiser Michael Eaton look like rapper Jay Z. Eaton caused a controversy when he announced rapper Jay Z would headline Glastonbury this year . The black and white image shows Eavis squatting in the US singer’s customary pose with Jay Zeavis written above him. Local Dave Sebastian said: “Banksy’s probably as miffed as we are about Jay Z headlining the festival.”

Classic landscapes of Scotland

The beautiful natural landscape of Scotland is perfect material for classic landscape photography. The Scottish Highlands in particular offer a rugged beauty which is very rare. Rannoch Moor in the Highlands has been described as the last natural wildness in Europe . The Photogold gallery features a selection of classic landscapes of Queens View, Loch Tummel, Glencoe, Buachaille Etive Mor and many more

Black Stockings by Sue Howells

Sue Howells was recently named as the UK’s best selling artist in succession to such illustrious names as Jack Vettriano and Beryl Cook . Sue has been active in the market place for several years, and now has a reputation as one of the top selling artists in the UK, providing work for Harrods and John Lewis, as well as for galleries abroad – from the USA to New Zealand. She also provides paintings for TV programs and advertisements. Sue Howells is inspired by artists such as LS Lowry, John and Paul Nash and Auguste Macke

Banksy pieces sold at auction

Two spray paintings by Banksy sold for an above-estimate £120,000 pounds each in a London sale of urban art last night. “Laugh Now but One Day We’ll Be in Charge“ featuring a chimpanzee wearing a sandwich board, and “Bombing Middle England,” showing pensioners playing bowls with grenades, achieved the joint top price with fees at a sale by the U.K. regional auction house. They had been expected to fetch up to 50,000 pounds and 80,000 pounds each. Both were bought by telephone bidders. The 146-lot sale in an industrial space in Shoreditch, east London, the first of its type ever organized by a regional auction house, totaled 801,204 pounds with fees against an estimate of 672,000 pounds to 977,000 pounds, with 89 percent of the…

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