How One Artist Tells Stories Through Paint

Well-known painter Francis Livingston began his artistic journey as a storyteller, which has — for the past 25 years — evolved to encompass emotion, color, and pleasing aesthetics to drive his work without any ulterior motives or influence. Where and when can you view his newest oils?

On the Water

Four dozen works by this accomplished colorist head to the walls of North Star Art Gallery through August 31. Featuring scenes in disparate locations from Ithaca, to Italy, to Pennsylvania and more, collectors don’t want to miss this artist’s impressive range.

Seascape Brilliance

Works by Sergio Roffo — perhaps one of the foremost American coastal landscape painters — will soon be on display at Quidley & Company in Nantucket, Massachusetts.

Western Visions 2017

The National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Wyoming, is celebrating 30 years of excellence this September during its annual Show & Sale. The show features a wide selection of art for sale, parties, panel discussions, and more. Details here!

Eclipse Mania

On August 21, 2017, many parts of the United States will experience one of the most extraordinary natural events — a total solar eclipse. Although this is the first of its kind in 21st-century America, there have been of course been many others throughout history and around the globe that have been captured by curious artistic minds.

Michelangelo or Not?

Marty Kober, owner of a 500-year-old tempera painting, has spent the better part of 15 years trying to prove the panel is, in fact, a long-lost work by Renaissance genius Michelangelo. Where does he stand in 2017?

Featured Lot: A Lover’s Flute

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 highlight a magnificent portrait of Native American Jerry Taos by an American master.

Painting Through a Century of Change in China

China’s fine art traditions, practices, and imagery have long been linked to significant political and cultural movements in that country’s history. From 1911 to 2017, there have been periods of the Republic of China, High Socialism, and Reform, respectively — each of which were witnessed by prolific artist Dong Yifang (1925-2006).

The Women of Helper

Nestled at the base of the Book Cliffs in Eastern Utah lies the small city of Helper, which has — in one way or another — been called home by these 19 female artists.

Presidential Faces

America’s only complete collection of presidential portraits outside the White House is currently on lavish display at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., as part of an extensive four-phase renovation.

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