From the Latest Issue of Fine Art Connoisseur
William A. Schneider: art major in college, musician in a band with a record deal, co-founder of an investment firm, art workshop student, and finally full-time artist “living the dream.”
This project uses superb artworks from a renowned, yet seldom seen, collection to offer a fresh view of the evolution of art in New Mexico during the 20th century.
The institution's newly commissioned work reconceives its famous painting "The Blue Boy" (ca. 1770) by Thomas Gainsborough in a contemporary context. Who painted it?
On view 35 miles southwest of London is the first exhibition dedicated to the lives, art, and legacies of two remarkable sisters ...
Parallel to the exhibitions in the galleries, it will again host selected works of art from each dealer and auction house on its online platform.
As part of our effort to continue to keep artists and art galleries in business, we're proud to bring you this week's "Virtual Gallery Walk."
The exhibition highlights not only the now-famous Gentileschi, but also 17 other women who succeeded in the male-dominated art world of a fascinating period.
The artist is seldom highlighted today because most of her work was destroyed during the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire.
His love of landscape painting began around the age of 15 when he began painting outdoors, around his parents home in the mountains of Virginia.