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The “Eminent Pastelist” award is the highest given by the International Association of Pastel Societies.
View the artist’s tremendous and sweeping renderings of clouds and of shining seascapes that often mirror the feelings of an approaching storm.
Continually visited by domestic and international audiences, this art museum draws a wide range, with international tourists accounting for 28 percent of its visitors.
This art show and sale celebrates both the heritage and the future of the American West.
The collection was formed over five decades by Mrs. Kosovsky, with the support of her husband, Dr. Harry Kosovsky, and includes 27 etchings, 14 lithographs, and one pastel, which range from Whistler’s early etchings of the late 1850s to lithographs of the late 1890s.
This summer, you can view the range of Gauguin’s artistic output from his early Impressionist paintings to his iconic works from Brittany and Tahiti to his fascinating exploration of three-dimensional objects.
This year the ARC received over 4,300 entries from 73 countries. See who won Best in Show in this announcement.
In celebration of the abundance of terrific art museums in America, we’re inviting you to tell us which are your favorite.
The years 1941–1945, when the United States entered the World War both in Europe and the Pacific, placed extraordinary demands — and opportunities — on the nation’s illustrators.
Joshua LaRock takes us behind the scenes of his new figurative painting, “Bather in White,” which is part of his “Bathers” series that celebrate light and human form.
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