Because of our intimate familiarity with it, the human body in art has a unique ability to communicate an infinite variety of emotions, ideas, concepts, and stories, which is why Martin Eichinger prefers to be called a narrative artist rather than a figurative sculptor. What story will you find?
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 an exceptional pastel whose upcoming sale is generating quite the buzz.
Whether you believe technology is a blessing or a curse, there can be no doubt that it has greatly enhanced our ability to understand how artists worked, the materials they used, and perhaps mistakes they made. This exciting exhibition highlights a few cases in point.
It was a time of political upheaval, cultural transformation, and a spectrum of artistic movements in Europe during the last half of the 19th century, especially in the art capital of the world: Paris. How artists reflected and captured this era was truly extraordinary.
Opening soon, Gerald Peters Gallery in New York is offering a fantastic and comprehensive exhibition aimed at surveying American realism today. Who are the big names who were carefully curated into the show?
Some say Dutch-born artist Philippe Smit might be the most accomplished unknown artist of the 20th century. Aren’t familiar with the name? That could drastically change in just a few weeks. Why?
Two Los Angeles-based artists are currently presenting evocative new bodies of work that are full of emotion, subliminal communication, and so much more. Don’t miss it!
Twentieth-century artists who worked on classic Walt Disney feature animations rarely get the attention they deserve. One of them, who was the lead stylist for Sleeping Beauty (1959), is getting his time in the spotlight at this museum.
He’s exhibited in countries across Europe, including the Czech Republic, Germany, Russia, Great Britain, Ireland, France, and his native Poland, but never in the United States, until now.
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