Learn about "Grant Wood: American Gothic and Other Fables," which brings together the full range of Wood’s art, from his early Arts and Crafts decorative objects and Impressionist oils through his mature paintings, murals, works on paper, and book illustrations.
Featuring 150 drawings that tell the story of a visionary collector, this fine art exhibition examines five centuries of Western drawing.
Learn how you can vote for your favorite fine art works in the Art Renewal Center's first People's Choice Awards. (Tip: Vote today - the contest ends soon.)
Learn about the show and sale of new works by Howard Post celebrating his career and more than 20 years of art at Medicine Man Gallery.
Erik Koeppel explains how it sometimes takes time, imagination, and memory to envision the proper mood for a painting.
Garvey|Simon is pleased to present “Frederick Brosen: Flowers and Facades,” an exhibition that juxtaposes the luminous watercolors of New York City with delicate paintings from the artist’s new floral series.
Through his new body of work, featured in the fine art exhibition "This Wilderness," Matt Flint searches for essence, something more powerful than likeness.
When Cesar Santos imagined a gallery room that held paintings by Rothko and Goya, he envisioned a dynamic scene that inspired this work...
The event gets high marks as an evening to remember, celebrating artists working in various mediums in California and just in time to ring in the museum’s centennial year.
Internationally acclaimed and collected, Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) is renowned for his lush designs of exceptional beauty and unrivaled quality, as well as for his commitment to natural forms, brilliant color and inventive techniques. See more of his work in this exhibition preview.