Looking at the frieze now, he said, is like seeing a family photograph with half its members missing.
So the war continues between the auctioneers and the dealerdom, then still at frieze.
This notion of fashion as a kind of wearable narrative is in evidence at industry gatherings like frieze and Art Basel.
From a 48 portraits of young men and women to a Jeff Koons lobster, the must-see art at frieze London, which opens on Thursday.
The fair is proudly touting “frieze Projects”: a series of commissioned projects curated by Cecilia Alemani.
The frieze contains a number of landscape and marine views, with many figures of men and animals painted on a yellow ground.
The frieze may be considered as the chief glory of the art of Phidias.
They are copied from the frieze of the Tower of the Winds at Athens.
The man in the frieze coat was reading the broadsheet of August 31.
Above them curves a large arch, with three pierced pendentives and a frieze delicately carved with birds and angels.
"sculptured horizontal band in architecture," 1560s, from Middle French frise, originally "a ruff," from Medieval Latin frisium "embroidered border," variant of frigium, probably from Latin Phrygium "Phrygian, Phrygian work," from Phrygia, the ancient country in Asia Minor known for its embroidery (cf. Phrygiae vestes "ornate garments"). Meaning "decorative band along the top of a wall" was in Old French.
An ornamental band that runs around a building. Friezes are usually on the exterior of a building and are often sculpted in bas-relief.