Who Will Decide?

As one of the most coveted and competitive fine art competitions in the world, it’s important to know who will be judging the 13th International ARC Salon. The New York organization recently revealed who they’ll be.

How to Celebrate an American Master

In an ideal world, everyone would exchange art as gifts for the holidays. Since that certainly doesn’t exist, we’ve got another great suggestion for that fine art connoisseur in your family.

Have You Seen This Painting?

During World War II, Nazi occupation forces stole a precious painting from the private collection of Dr. Pierre Bouchard in France, and it has, to date, never resurfaced. Perhaps you’ve seen it?

Dürer in the Age of Reformation

The Cincinnati Art Museum recently unveiled a major exhibition of prints by arguably the medium’s greatest practitioner: Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528).

Beyond the Fences

Landscape comes alive during an upcoming solo exhibition of Douglas Fryer’s latest oils.

A Grand Tour on Madison Avenue

During the second half of the 18th century, a journey to Italy was considered an essential component in the education of young artists and noblemen from Northern Europe. They called it “The Grand Tour.” Important oil sketches from the Thaw Collection are currently on view here.

A First in 75 Years

The Norton Museum of Art will be the first in more than 75 years to showcase the sculpture of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney — an artist whose significant career saw major commissions throughout the United States and Europe in the early 20th century.

Do You Like Henry Martin Gasser?

Questroyal Fine Art in New York City can help add your name to the growing list of of collectors of Henry Martin Gasser, an artist distinguished by more than 100 awards in his lifetime and included in over 60 museum collections. How?

Brilliant Reflections

Jan Van Eyck’s important “Arnolfini Portrait” has been among the world’s most influential paintings since its creation in 1434. Acquired by the National Gallery, London, in 1842, the portrait then became an object of fascination for this important group of painters; a story that is told through this exhibition.

Time to “Go West!”

The Utah Museum of Fine Arts is proud to host the first major temporary exhibition since the remodeled space opened its doors again in August — and it’s done quite an outstanding job. What’s the buzz?

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