Sneak Peek: Fine Art Connoisseur, May/June 2024


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Fine Art Connoisseur, May/June 2024

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MAUDIE BRADY (b. 1974), The Philosopher, 2023, HydroResin (artist’s proof), 12 1/2 x 6 3/4 x 8 3/4 in. (not including base), available in bronze (edition of 3) through the artist.


  • Frontispiece: Walter Pach
  • Publisher’s Letter: Knowing When Art Is Good
  • Editor’s Note: A Changing Art Market
  • Favorite: Reginald Ferguson on William H. Johnson
  • Off the Walls
  • Classic Moment: Ruth Fitton


  • Artists Making Their Mark: Five to Watch
    Brandon Rosas highlights the talents of Maudie Brady, Brad Davis, Christina Grace Mastrangelo, B.J. Parker, and José López Vergara.
  • On and Near the Water
    By Matthias Anderson
  • Odd Nerdrum: At Home in Norway
    By Michael J. Pearce
  • Being Real
    By David Masello
  • 2 Artists, 1 Town, 10 Paintings
    By Anne Underwood
  • Walter H. Everett: Recovering a Master Illustrator
    By Daniel Grant
  • The Power of Selection: The French Family’s Art Collection at Chesterwood
    By Dana Pilson
  • An Artful Season
    There are at least six great reasons to celebrate the American West this spring.
  • Great Art Worldwide
    We survey 13 top-notch projects occurring this season.
  • Artists and Inspiration in the Wild
    By James Lancel McElhinney

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