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From the Latest Issue of Fine Art Connoisseur
The World Wars had such an impact on culture and the visual arts that historians use them as a categorical benchmark — “pre- and post-war.” In just a few weeks, the Metropolitan in New York aims to explore the impact of World War I on the visual arts through this gripping exhibition.
Gerald Peters Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, opens this weekend a tantalizing exhibition of remarkable landscapes by Spaniard Peter de la Fuente. What is the skilled watercolor and tempera painter up to these days? Brilliance.
More than 40 top artists from around the country are currently featured during this must-see summer salon in Wisconsin. Who and where? Details here.
Nearly 100 masterful works hailing from 16th-century Venice will embellish the walls of this Spanish museum through September. What’s the theme, and who are the principle players? Find out more here.
As part of its Artist Lecture Series, the Seven Bridges Foundation in Greenwich, Connecticut, will soon be hosting one of America’s leading figure, portrait, and still-life painters and one of the world’s most renowned pastelists. He has perfected his craft for over 65 years, and you don’t want to miss hearing him detail his artistic odyssey.
The mesmerizing hyper-realist paintings by Spaniards Jesus and Iban Navarro feature during a blockbuster joint exhibition at this established gallery in the Southwest.
Believe it or not, many of our nation’s public and private schools have remarkable art collections. The James A. Michener Art Museum explores the phenomenon during this fascinating show.
Two great galleries recently celebrated the First Thursday Artwork in Whitefish, Montana, and it featured the gorgeous works of Frank Hagel, Jack Lyons, Laurie A. Stevens, and Ben Pease. What’s the buzz?
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 detail a fantastic oriental masterwork circa 1882.
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 luminous and tightly rendered 19th-century painting by little-known master Oskar Hoffmann.
Fine Art Today recently caught up with the magnificent and quickly ascending painter Katie G. Whipple for an in-depth inquiry into the woman, the artist, and her paintings. Her responses were attentive, complete, and sure to intrigue our readers. They deserved to be quoted in full.
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