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From the Latest Issue of Fine Art Connoisseur
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 look at a contemporary masterwork that could soon land in your collection.
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 New York State landscape that’ll have you looking forward to fall.
You’ve got until December 10 to take a fantastic creative journey with artist Neil Rizos during his latest solo exhibition, featuring bronzes, paintings, drawings, pastels, etchings, and more!
Wisconsin has some exciting news — and they’re certainly shooting for the stars during this grand opening. Interested in finding out more?
The watercolors of Christopher St. Leger follow the tradition of illustrated journals as the artist explores themes of mood, place, and impermanence. Where can you see his latest?
Massey Lyuben Gallery is proud to present a thought-provoking solo exhibition of paintings by Eric Helvie, whose innovative process is generating quite a discussion.
The occult and gothic renaissance have been hauntingly brought together by Last Rites Gallery, just as October is about to arrive.
A fascinating selection of paintings by Beatriz Elorza are the center of attention at Rafael Gallery in New York City. Titled “Blooming Emotions,” the show invites viewers to compare and contemplate two groups of the artist’s recent paintings.
Gallery 13 North in Lambertville, New Jersey, is proudly presenting a beautiful selection of landscapes by Marcel Juillerat (b. 1942). Featuring character-ridden barns and winding rivers from the Mercer County region, this display of traditional mastery will have you wishing for more.
ArtPrize has officially kicked off in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The event attracts more than 500,000 visitors and thousands of artists each year.
As one of the leading masters of the Italian High Renaissance and the preeminent sculptor of the 16th century, Michelangelo Buonarrotti will always be an exciting draw for museum-goers.