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Gallery Shows in the Northeast

August Mosca, “Subway in Glowing Colors,” 1946, oil on canvas, 28.5 x 31 in.

Track Work: One Hundred Years of New York City’s Subway

The exhibition showcases an array of artists’ narrative interpretations over the last century and demonstrates how the subway exemplifies the diversity and community that defines New York as a city.
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.
Alexandra Tyng, “Lake Edge in Shadow,” 2011, 13 x 11 in.

“The Maine Event” at Gallery222 Malvern

Gallery owner Andrea Strang tells us, “I don’t think I can be prouder than to have these seven talented ladies showing with us and with such an amazing and beautiful theme.”
William Wegman, “Blue, Yellow,” 1991, color Polaroid.

Art Purposes: Object Lessons for the Liberal Arts

This exhibition draws its title from an inscription in the rotunda (“to be used solely for art purposes”) and seeks to explore the implications of these words.
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.
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The Royal Breeds

Learn about an exhibition from Christine Merrill, whose portraits of show dogs, sporting dogs, and beloved pets have enriched the lives of collectors around the world.
Nancy Mitton, “Beyond the Flats,” oil on canvas, 30 x 64 in.

Paintings by Nancy Mitton and Robert Seyffert

Preview a selection of works by these painting colleagues who share an enthusiasm for expressive oil painting and sound technique.
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.
Ben Fenske, “Summer Afternoon,” 2016, oil on linen, 39.3 x 47.2 in.

Annual Solo Show Featuring Works by Ben Fenske

Fenske’s latest work bares the interiors, people, and lush landscape surrounding his home and life in Chianti, Italy.
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.

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