In this ongoing series for Fine Art Today, we take a longer look at the history and features of a soon-to-be-available artwork of note. This week we feature a brilliant painting by arguably the greatest portraitist of all time.
In this occasional series, Fine Art Today delves into the world of portraiture, highlighting historical and contemporary examples of superb quality and skill. This week we consider one of the most important self-portraits ever created.
The United Kingdom’s largest and most established art and antiques fair is about to kick off, June 26 at London’s iconic Kensington Olympia Exhibition Center. What could be better? How about getting two tickets for the price of one?
Thoughtful questions abound during a three-night-only exhibition featuring incredible oils by a Toronto-based painter. It’s centered on themes of farming and labor — but will you discover an opportunity for personal growth?
A major art gallery has itself a new owner, who has pledged to follow the established traditions of the space’s two former owners. Details here!
Freeman’s in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has sadly announced the passing of the auction house’s chairman, Samuel “Beau” M. Freeman II.
A stunning marble sculpture of an enthroned Zeus circa 100 BCE is — after 25 years — heading to a new home after this world-renowned institution reached an agreement with Italian officials.
After a long delay, IX Gallery has finally opened its doors with a spectacular display of more than 100 works of art representing 50 talented artists. It’s a space dedicated to imaginative realism; find out here who’s featured and where.
That question is being answered this summer with an unprecedented exhibition of the most important masterpieces by this celebrated Victorian painter. Who was he?
Themes of youth, beauty, strength, and the aging of the body are all explored during a solo exhibition of paintings by Sherri Wolfgang. Wolfgang showcases two complete series of figurative works, steeped in tradition and technical expertise.