The NHL has just announced a list of the 30 “most important” pieces of art in the league’s collection, a move that includes some of the most famous pieces of contemporary art from across the globe.
It’s a list that’s no longer entirely new to us.
We know this because we saw it in 2016, when the league announced its art collection.
It includes a full roster of artwork by Andy Warhol, a painting by Robert Rauschenberg, a series of paintings by James Cameron, a mural by Jean-Michel Basquiat and a work by Damien Hirst.
The list is not all-inclusive, of course.
There are also pieces by artists who never made the cut: a painting of an African-American family by Billie Holiday, a portrait of an American family by George Wallace, and a sculpture of an Asian-American mother and son.
Artists like those on the list, though, are just a few of the names of artists who have been making an impact in the NHL over the past few years.
It’s an exciting time to be an artist in the world of professional sports, and it’s exciting to see such a wide array of artworks being showcased in the new collection.
There’s a new edition of this year’s NHL Art Guide, which includes new artworks from a range of different artists.
The art in this edition is based on the league and its members’ art collections, which include many of the iconic works from the likes of Robert Rausschenberg and the likes from Andy Warhhol.
More NHL: Newest Art of the Week: “I’m Not Here” The new Art Guide features works by: Avalanche defenseman Adam Larsson (pictured here with his father) A former Penguins player who played for the New York Islanders and Washington Capitals Michael Cieplow A painter and sculptor who played with the Philadelphia Flyers Billie Holiday A sculptor from Montreal, Canada Jean-Miche Basquiette A Canadian sculptor James Cameron A Brazilian artist Charles Bukowski An artist who played professionally in the 1970s Barry McGuigan A portrait of a man in a bathrobe An oil on canvas painting by William Eggleston A painting by Frank Stella A watercolor painting by Jean Nouvel A photo painting by René Magritte An original drawing by the late Jean-Pierre Melville An abstract painting by Pablo Picasso One of the paintings by John Constable The most notable work by a major NHL artist is a work from the 1960s called “The First Lady of the Blues,” by Jean Bougerol.
It was a large oil painting with the words “The Ladies of the Blue.”
It was a big deal back then.
Bougero was a former NHL player, and in it, Bougerols wife, actress Mary Jo White, plays a character who wants to make America great again.
Bougers painting had been a huge deal for many NHL fans, and fans were able to buy it as a poster at auction.
It sold for $4.5 million in 1962, and the NHL decided to auction it off for a hefty sum to raise money for a new statue of the NHL legend.
So how does this new Art List compare to the old?
The NHL’s new Art Book, Art of The League: The Art of Hockey’s Greatest Players and Fans, was first published in 2017.
It covers all 30 teams, and includes works by all 30 players, as well as many of their former teammates and coaches.
“The Art of the National Hockey League” is a full-color, hardcover book that includes the following: 20 of the leagueís best-known artists, including Claude Giroux, Chris Pronger, Nicklas Lidstrom, Alex Ovechkin, Matt Cooke, Jamie Benn, Sidney Crosby, James Neal, Patrick Kane, Jamie Seguin, Marian Hossa, Alex Steen, Joe Thornton, Evgeni Malkin, Ryan Callahan, Joe Pavelski, Jonathan Toews, Jonathan Huberdeau, Erik Karlsson, Patrick Sharp, Joe Namath, Patrick Eaves, Scott Gomez, Pavel Buchnevich, Bryan Bickell, Jonathan Quick, Patrick Marleau, Braden Holtby, Matt Duchene, Mark Scheifele, Patrick Roy, Mark Streit, Ryan Kesler, Brian Elliott, Chris Kunitz, Patrick Ward, David Booth, Brian Campbell, Brent Seabrook, Scott Darling, Mark Giordano, Brad Stuart, Kevin Bieksa, Martin St. Louis, Paul Martin, Alex Pietrangelo, Brian Boyle, Nick Leddy, Marian Gaborik, Evander Kane, Scott Hartnell