Works by several talented students from Eastern Tennessee have the honor of being displayed this tall at the Knoxville Museum of Art. Perhaps these are the artists of the future?
The National Portrait Gallery in Washington is currently showcasing powerful artworks that explore the creative visions of some of America’s finest artworks while also delving into our storied social and economic history.
The Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn, New York, is the proud venue of an eye-popping exhibition featuring painting by some of the most talented hyper-realist artists working today. But that’s not all. Who’s — and what’s — included, and for how long?
Twenty-seven years after Agnews staged Lotte Laserstein’s last exhibition before her death, the gallery is once again mounting a vibrant display of the artist’s work. What’s the angle of the new show?
Viewers have a chance to see a range of dynamic narrative paintings by a skillful artist who seeks to depict extreme melodrama and disrupt figure/background interplay. Sound interesting?
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 highlight a spectacular selection of Russian masterpieces available soon in London.
Self-proclaimed kitsch painters Jeremy Caniglia and Luke Hillestad will discuss their experience working with the figurative master Odd Nerdrum at the Nerdrum School during a December lecture that could illuminate the future of figurative painting. When and where?
Sirona Fine Art is welcoming back a very talented artist this winter for his second solo exhibition in South Florida. A graduate of the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, he’s been honing his realist techniques since age 14.
Important selections from one of the finest collections of European art ever to have been formed in the United States by a private collector is currently on view. Including masterpieces by key figures of the Renaissance, the Dutch Golden Age, and 19th-century American and French masters, this show is one for the ages.
The first exhibition of the A.K. Prakash Collection of works by James Wilson Morrice (1865-1924), one of Canada’s most celebrated modernist artists, will adorn the walls of this renowned institution soon.