Every fine art connoisseur knows that an artist’s location, home, or region has a profound effect on their art. This exhibition of more than 200 works explores American icons of the mid-20th century and how location means everything.
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: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, “Louise de Broglie, Countess d’Haussonville.”
Using Renaissance and Baroque traditions as a catalyst for her dramatic narratives, painter Virginia Derryberry invites the viewer into her creative world — one...
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.
The eclectic landscapes by a great Dutch experimental printmaker compose an otherworldly exhibition at The Metropolitan, New York, this spring. How will you interpret these thought-provoking impressions?
The Pastel Society of Southeast Texas recently announced the dates for its annual national show, featuring nearly 100 luminous artworks sure to dazzle the eyes.
John James Audubon’s monumental Birds of America, originally published in 1838, has been an inspirational starting point for countless artists, including Larry Rivers and others during this outstanding group show in Los Angeles.
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.
The fixation of male artists on the female body is a well-chronicled fact in the annals of art history, perhaps especially with regard to these three Austrian masters of Modernism. Their iconic works are currently encouraging viewers to consider “the woman question.”
Strecker Nelson West Gallery invites you on a journey to the big, bad, mad, beautiful, and amazing world we inhabit through the creative vision of several accomplished representational painters. Are you up for the trip?