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Rockwell Returned

It was over 40 years ago in 1976 that Norman Rockwell’s “Boy Asleep with Hoe” was stolen from a private home in New Jersey, sparking an international investigation that remained unsolved — until 2017.

Featured Lot: Beautiful Obscurity

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 highlight of Sotheby’s upcoming “Old Masters” Sale.

Watercolor that Wows

An extraordinary gathering of rarely seen masterpieces highlights the watercolor movement in the 19th and 20th centuries. Told through works exhibiting bold innovation and classical realism, this type of show is once-in-a-lifetime.

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Pointing to Argentum

A captivating display of contemporary silverpoint opens tomorrow, featuring dozens of international artists. How are artists utilizing this deep-rooted medium today? Find out here.

ARC Salon Exhibition Begins Soon

The Salmagundi Club in New York City will soon showcase the winning artworks from the Art Renewal Center’s (ARC) 12th International Salon. Don’t miss this opportunity to view the best of representational art from around the globe.

A Joyful Sense of Urgency

For many artists, positive reception of their pictures is simply a bonus, not the true end to their creative means. For painter Carl Bretzke, the creative act seems to boil down into one lovely emotion: joy. How?

Portrait of the Week: Home from the Near East

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 we discuss an arresting portrait by a 19th century Orientalist.

This Vertical Trajectory

Large-scale and dense urbanism are the focus of this impressionable exhibition in New York City this spring. In addition to the skyscrapers she depicts, this painter’s career is on a vertical trajectory.

Religion and Art in 2017

The intersection of art and religion is one that arguably dates to the Paleolithic origins of representational images on the walls of caves. Indeed, some art historians believe that most, even all, art ever produced is simply the human mind attempting to make sense of divinity. One artist is bringing this relationship to the fore during a thought-provoking solo show.

What’s Between Heaven and Earth?

Since 2014, a group of women have made it their mission to capture the majesty and beauty of various American landscapes. The artistic products from their recent trip to the Sierra Mountains compose this can’t-miss exhibition. Details here!

Featured Lot: Oriental Splendor

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 highlight of Sotheby’s upcoming Orientalist Sale.

You’re Invited to ‘Local Masters’

Two nationally acclaimed painters are getting some local love from their preeminent gallery this spring with a vibrant group exhibition. Who are they, and where does it all take place?

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