We wish a warm congratulations to the National Portrait Gallery as it celebrates its 50th year in 2018 with the following special exhibitions.
The fine art exhibition “Jane Freilicher: 50s New York” will include early still lifes, portraits, and the studio views that elucidate the artist’s characteristically deft balance of interior and exterior.
Fine art paintings and bronze sculptures by Charles M. Russell will soon be offered for sale.
Preview paintings from “14 Squared” at the Out West Art Show here.
Juxtaposing Rembrandt's depictions of Mughal rulers and courtiers with Indian paintings and drawings of similar compositions, this exhibition reveals how Rembrandt was inspired to draw in an entirely different style prompted by his curiosity for a foreign culture.
View the fine art oil paintings currently on display at InSight Gallery in Fredericksburg.
Announcing The Bennett Prize: Propelling the careers of women figurative realist painters.
Adam Straus, known for his majestic and luminous depictions of the sublime, often includes in his work a deep concern about social and environmental issues.
Exemplars of the plein air tradition are featured in this exhibition, showing the Palos Verdes coastline in oil, watercolor, and pencil sketches.
The evolution of American realism is not a familiar story in Western Europe. There, even artworks by American realists as famous as Edward Hopper and Andrew Wyeth are surprisingly hard to find because European museums have somehow not acquired them.