Today we celebrate the works of nine winners from the acrylic paintings division of the PleinAir Salon.
Mystic Seaport Museum, in partnership with Tate, London, will host a major monographic exhibition devoted to the watercolors of one of Britain’s greatest painters: J.M.W. Turner (1775–1851).
The exhibition examines, for the first time, the international legacy of the 19th-century French painter, Jean-François Millet.
Learn about an exhibition from Christine Merrill, whose portraits of show dogs, sporting dogs, and beloved pets have enriched the lives of collectors around the world.
Anderson Fine Art Gallery will feature artists Loren DiBenedetto and Sherry Egger in their upcoming show, which you can preview here.
Gallery owner Andrea Strang tells us, “I don’t think I can be prouder than to have these seven talented ladies showing with us and with such an amazing and beautiful theme.”
The exhibition showcases an array of artists’ narrative interpretations over the last century and demonstrates how the subway exemplifies the diversity and community that defines New York as a city.
The pairing of the painting with its preparatory red chalk drawing “Allegory of Vigilance” represents a rare opportunity to study the dynamics of Guercino’s late working method.
As LA’s largest and longest-running art fair, this year marks a milestone for both the LA Art Show and the entire LA art community.
Fourteen watercolor paintings, ranging in scale from 10 x 9 inches to 45 x 32 inches, celebrate the city that has served as the artist’s career-long muse and lifelong home.