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From the Latest Issue of Fine Art Connoisseur
For 106 years, WSLP artists have been united by a love of the landscape, but the current members also find inspiration and joy in florals, still life, and other subjects…
An essay by art historian Jean Stern on the Fleischer Collection, the earliest and one of the most extensive collections dedicated to California Impressionism.
Dean Mitchell: “I’m looking for freedom, regardless of painting styles and labels imposed on artists in regards to race and ethnic origins — total freedom to explore my full potential as an artist.”
This juried invitational show and art sale features 40,000 square feet of working studios and works of art by 100 renowned and emerging artists from across the country.
Created during the modern civil rights era, Lawrence’s thirty intimate panels interpret pivotal moments in American history and, as he wrote, “depict the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”
An evening on the development, making, and use of inspirational stained glass over the centuries.
Learn about a museum exhibition that examines the 38-year relationship between Beauford Delaney and the writer and civil rights activist James Baldwin.
Learn about “Process,” Quang Ho’s first solo exhibition in over ten years. “I’m bringing past themes to life,” he says, “digging deeper into the visual language, and exploring new boundaries.”
The auction will include frames that surrounded works such as van Gogh’s “Paysage sous un Ciel Mouvementé,” Rockwell’s “The Gossips,” and Picasso’s “Le Peintre et son Modèle.”
Today we celebrate the works of nine winners from the acrylic paintings division of the PleinAir Salon.
Mystic Seaport Museum, in partnership with Tate, London, will host a major monographic exhibition devoted to the watercolors of one of Britain’s greatest painters: J.M.W. Turner (1775–1851).