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From the Latest Issue of Fine Art Connoisseur
More than 175 works by 100 artists inspired by Mississippi over the last two centuries feature during a major exhibition at the Mississippi Museum of Art. There’s definitely something here for every art lover!
Vanessa Rothe Fine Art is proudly presenting again Realism Without Borders — a 60-piece fine art exhibition and sale that will be held at two esteemed locations, one on the East Coast and one of the West Coast. Featuring Soviet and historic works alongside contemporary works by Russian, Ukrainian, American, French, Swedish, Italian, and English painters, the event aims to connect two centuries and two continents through a shared commitment to realist painting traditions. Details and locations here!
Alexandra Klimas has had a lifelong fascination with cows, and follows their decline in the Netherlands with dismay — like pugs, they are now mainly kept inside, in mega farms. Her reflection of their disappearance from the fields leads her to create idealized pastoral landscapes with an ethereal quality that draws the viewer in. Where can you see those paintings now?
The Minneapolis Club is “thrilled and honored” to be hosting a solo exhibition of works by important painter Mary Pettis. Details here.
Although they aren’t credited with having developed the first airplane, Magnus, Wilhelm, and Ferdinand von Wright were accomplished in their own right, each known as a great painter of portraits, landscapes, and nature subjects. A major exhibition of their creative accomplishments is currently on view here.
The Oil Painters of America are currently exhibiting an amazing selection of paintings in Saint George, Utah, for their 2017 Western Regional Exhibition. The organization also recently revealed who Juror William A. Schneider chose for several coveted awards.
Jason Patrick Voegele has curated a fantastic exhibition at the Lodge Gallery in New York City this fall featuring top realist painters Derek Buckner, Todd Gordon, Valeri Larko, and Tun Myaing, among others. What’s their unifying theme?
The Florence Academy of Art U.S. (Jersey City) is proud to present a new panel-discussion series beginning this fall in New York City titled “FAA Dialogues.” Florence Academy of Art U.S.’s Academic Director Jordan Sokol and his faculty are partnering with the historic Salmagundi Club — which this year celebrates 100 years on Fifth Avenue — to offer this free educational series to the public.
The Reynolda House Museum of American Art recently announced its plans to mount a significant 2018 exhibition surrounding the travels of iconic painter Frederic Church.
In England, Watts Gallery will soon be the first gallery to publicly exhibit important works from the oeuvre of Helen Allingham — the first woman to be admitted to full membership in the Royal Watercolor Society in 1890.