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In this ongoing series for Fine Art Today, we take a longer look at the history and features of a soon-to-be-available artwork of note. This week we feature a violent seascape of North Carolina provenance by one of the best.
In this occasional series, Fine Art Today delves into the world of portraiture, highlighting historical and contemporary examples of superb quality and skill. This week we discuss an American icon’s portrait by Norman Rockwell.
On Saturday, May 20, 2017, Arcadia Contemporary, a leader in realist works now located on the West Coast, opened a brave new exhibition of fresh works by well-known artist Casey Baugh. Due to the scale of some of the works, Arcadia Contemporary President and Curator Steve Diamant rented the Noh/Wave Exhibition space in downtown Los Angeles for the opening night so viewers could enjoy the larger-scale works in their full capacity.
Administrators with the Frick Collection are heading an international collaboration to unlock access to 25 million images of artworks for the public.
It was arguably one of the most famous art heists in history: In the early morning hours of March 18, 1990, a pair of thieves disguised as Boston police officers entered the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and left with 13 works of art valued at more than $500 million. To further the recovery effort, the museum’s board of trustees has just made an announcement.
For the second season running, a painting by Norman Rockwell commanded the top price during American Art week at Sotheby’s New York. Which of the artist’s iconic artworks stole the show?
Any sense of impending doom you may feel may evaporate after you view the luminous works of Martine Johanna during “Something’s Wrong,” the artist’s first solo exhibition at this New York Gallery.
The Brooklyn Museum has graciously lent a spectacular body of 65 artworks for an exhibition that highlights France as the artistic center of international Modernism from the mid-19th to mid-20th centuries.
Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in New York City will soon mount an important exhibition that highlights the significant — and often subverted — role women have played in the development of contemporary American Realism. Don’t pass this up!
In celebration of its 27-year heritage of hosting workshops, Art in the Aspens has mounted a selling exhibition of small works by past and present instructors.
Savoring spring is the message Ann Korologos Gallery is projecting to the public with a magnetic exhibition “Spring in the West,” which features a dazzling array of local and national creativity.
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