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An incredible group of female representational painters has taken over Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in New York City — and it’s absolutely stunning. Who are they, and when do the doors open?
You may be surprised at how long it’s been since this 19th-century American painter earned a solo exhibition. That’s recently changed with an opulent display in Wisconsin. Who and where?
Very much so in 2017. Scotland’s National Gallery is kicking off its 2017 exhibition schedule with a bang, highlighting watercolors by one of the most famous Romantics of all time. We bet you know his name!
Artists with documented cases of synesthesia — such as the Russian giant Wassily Kandinsky — had a little easier time than this accomplished printmaker in translating music into visual art. Even so, the results are incredible.
It was tragic art-related news in 2016: The esteemed RJD Gallery located in Sag Harbor, New York, suffered a total loss during a massive fire on December 16. However, the gallery’s adroit owner quoted Mark Twain recently, saying, “The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.”
Collectors and enthusiasts of the Art Nouveau movement will want to pay close attention to what’s happening in New York City on January 26. Why?
So many artworks are only preserved through a few black-and-white photographs. However, an incredible work — thought to have been lost for decades and known only through photography — was recently discovered in Los Angeles. What’s the story?
A number of outstanding historical artworks that examine the world of natural science will be presented alongside works by contemporary artists during a great show in New York.
Fifty years is a long time, and in that span this leading painter has captured the likenesses of some of the most important leaders and much more. Some of his greatest achievements are currently hanging in one of New York’s most prestigious clubs.
In this ongoing series, Fine Art Today delves into the world of portraiture, highlighting historical and contemporary examples of superb quality and skill. This week: “Head of a Woman”. It could also be yours!
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: “A Young Woman Holding a Distaff Before a Lit Candle”.
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