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Highlights of the 2020 Winter Show (NYC)

Now in its 66th year, the Winter Show features a range of exhibitors whose offerings span 5,000 years of museum-quality art and antiques.

Stories: Paintings by David Peikon

Cavalier Gallery will soon present an exhibition of recent paintings by David Peikon, ranging from cityscapes to landscapes and botanicals.
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New Figure Painting by Patricia Watwood

Discover where you can acquire Watwood’s latest work of figurative art, and how the model inspired her.
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Edie Nadelhaft: Evening in America

The artist draws inspiration from other artists, writers, and filmmakers whose work explores the subtler (and often stranger) corners of the American experience.
Sarah Lamb, “Pomegranates and Olive Leaves,” 2019, oil on linen, 8 x 15.5 in.

The Red Show

Preview works that explore the relationship between the psychological associations of the color red and the sublimity of masterful realist painting.
Christine Lafuente, “Zinnias, Ranunculus, and Pears,” oil in linen, 16 x 20 in.

Christine Lafuente: Looking Into Water

The exhibition explores how painting seascapes has influenced Lafuente’s shimmering floral arrangements and celebrates the gallery’s 20-year working relationship with the artist.
Arthur Haywood, “Egyptian Mathematics,” 18 x 25 in.

New Tang Dynasty Figure Painting Competition

Based on the theme “Pure Truth, Pure Kindness, and Pure Beauty,” New Tang Dynasty Television has organized this competition since 2008 to revive the traditional art of realistic oil painting.
Daniel Maidman, "Saint Rebecca," (2018), 18” x 24”, Oil on canvas

It Could Be You: Portraiture in a Constructed World

Juried by Hyeseung Marriage-Song, Beverly McNeil, and Patricia Watwood, this show features 30+ international multidisciplinary artists whose artwork explores both the purpose and limits of portraiture, identity, and the self in the modern digital age.
Diarmuid Kelley (b.1972), “Conference Pears Against a Pink Napkin,” 2018, oil on canvas, 9 7/8 x 14 inches (25 x 35.5 cm)

US Debut: Large-Scale Portraits and Still Lifes by Diarmuid Kelley

More than 20 new paintings by British Artist Diarmuid Kelley marks his first exhibition outside of London.
Meredith Marsone, “Loveloss – Surrender,” 2018, oil on board, 19.7 x 15.7 in.

Disrupted Realism: Paintings for a Distracted World

“What I have come to realize,” says author John Seed, “is that the diverse forms of disrupted realism have to do with everything in each artist’s life: the real, the remembered, the digital, the imagined, and the dreamed, all filtered through the artist’s perceptions.”

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