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Fine

A monetary penalty for an act. For example, one may have to pay $100 if one is caught driving over the speed limit. Fines are imposed instead of or (especially for financial crimes) in addition to prison sentences.
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Antique collector Andy Hei is the art director for Fine Art Asia 2019 and Ink Asia 2019.
Successful applicants will receive PS10,000 cash from the Artist's Benevolent Fund as well as access to a range of facilities including studio space in Fine Art, access to academic, technical and professional staff, and a PS250 materials budget.
Previously an account executive at fine art specialty insurance brokerage Aon Huntington T.
Most interior designers are turning to fine art photography to imbue a space with soul and modernity.
The Department of Art and Design and particularly staff from the fine art programmes are delighted that Andrew was awarded the Storrar Cowdry Solicitors Prize for Fine Art in recognition of his potential to continue, after graduation, as a practitioner of fine art.
The event features accomplished artists presenting their original work in all mediums of two and three dimensional fine art, including paintings in acrylics, oils, watercolors, photography, and sculpture in glass, metal, and wood.
A fine art specialist, Gristina will oversee the management and underwriting of the Fidelity/Crime Division's Fine Art Insurance Program.
The quality of fine art inkjet printing now surpasses many traditional types of printing, says Nichelson, and is being widely accepted in the art world.
Thanks to the efforts of countless sponsors, artists, program organizers, groups, and volunteers who work continually throughout the year, the Riverwalk Fine Art Fair brings you one of the top outdoor fine art fairs in the nation.
Sophie Flood and Charleigh Davidson are currently studying towards the University of Chester validated BA (Hons) Fine Art Degree and are in their second year.
Lauritz.com Group A/S (FN:LAUR), a provider of on-line auction services, reported on Wednesday that its subsidiary Stockholms Auktionsverk AB, has entered into an agreement to sell the Fine Art Business based at the prominent premises in Nybrogatan in Stockholm, including Stockholms Auktionsverk's brand and the 15 Fine Art specialists, into a separate company, with focus on the exclusive segment of the high-end Swedish and international auctioning world.
By treating fine art as an asset class like stocks or bonds, advisors can be seen by their clients as a knowledgeable art resource.