Morning Links: Winston Churchill Paintings Edition

Churchill's Art
Churchill painting while on vacation in Miami in 1946. (Courtesy of Keystone/Getty Images)

The Versailles gardens will soon boast a series of sculptures by Jean-Michel Othoniel, becoming the gardens’ first permanent artworks in over 300 years. [WSJ]

On the provocative artist and opera director Christoph Schlingensief, whose work is now at MoMA PS1. [NYT]

Apparently, Winston Churchill was also a painter. [WSJ]

“When digital art is suitable for framing.” [NYT]

“‘Not the Met,’ a guide to New York’s smaller museums.” [WSJ]

An architect for his museum, George Lucas picked. [The Art Newspaper]

Louvre Abu Dhabi will receive 300 loans from French museums, according to the chief executive of Agence France-Muséums. [The Art Newspaper]

Arts patron Lord Jacob Rothschild received the 2014 J. Paul Getty award. [The Art Newspaper]

Sonal Singh, head of Christie’s Indian Art, talks Indian art sales and announces that Christie’s will hold its second auction in India this December. [Business Standard News] Morning Links: Winston Churchill Paintings Edition