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Tony Curtis goes Van Gogh

By awoodall
Friday, November 14th, 2008 at 4:30 pm in Night Owl.

Tony Curtis Exhibit Comes To Dennis Rae Fine Art
Legend of The Silver Screen Will Make Personal Appearance
At San Francisco Waterfront Gallery Wednesday, November 19

Tony Curtis week kicks off tonight, however, at the opening of the show. Be sure to read this month’s Vanity Fair for the whole story about the artist. He totally dishes. Hot Hot Hot.
WHAT: Two Public Opening of Tony Curtis Art Show featuring Tony Curtis in personWHEN: 6:00 – 8:00 PM-Wednesday, November 19 

(415) 292-0387

Open to the public-Through December 2008 

Monday-Wednesday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 10:00 AM – 10 PM
Closed Sunday 

WHERE: Dennis Rae Fine Art
781 Beach Street, San Francisco CA 94109Public may call:


415 621-5288 http://www.thecastrotheatre.com/

San Francisco, CA-Aside from his acting career, Tony Curtis has also been seriously painting for 50 years and after going public with his work in 1987, he now displays some pieces on his personal webpage www.tonycurtis.com. His work has been compared in style to Van Gogh and Matisse. Many celebrities have purchased his work – Billy Wilder, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Frank Sinatra, Walter Mathau, Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas.

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2 Responses to “Tony Curtis goes Van Gogh”

  1. Jesse Block Says:

    I would like to attend the T.C. opening on the 19th. Can I purchase art that evening?

  2. Angela Woodall Says:

    Gosh, I don’t know. I think if you call the gallery listed in the blog someone can tell you. See you there hopefully!

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