A student of classical painter Frank Mason, Massih tells us what continues to inspire her own works.
The Met presents more than 100 works — from finished watercolors to sketchbooks, from copies after Old Master prints to preparatory drawings for important projects — in this current exhibition.
This leading plein air painter returns to New York, where you can view select works from his year of painting internationally.
Get a sneak peek inside the inspiration for Mario Robinson’s watercolor portraits.
Learn about an exhibition that explores the connections between Sargent and his patrons, his creative circle, and Chicago.
This exhibition examines the history and character of New England’s farms in works by artists from the 19th to the 21st centuries.
We reached out to this world-class artist so he could take you behind the scenes on his new role.
Presented by the National Museum of American Illustration; learn more about John Howard Sanden’s upcoming lecture.
Collectors can see what artists have to say about the creation of their oil paintings, sculptures, and more.
This artist’s paintings conveyed moral messages as he strove to preserve the dignity of Native people and reveal the tragic slaughter of the American bison. Learn where and when the works are on view here (and watch a bonus video on this subject).