The years 1941–1945, when the United States entered the World War both in Europe and the Pacific, placed extraordinary demands — and opportunities — on the nation’s illustrators.
Joshua LaRock takes us behind the scenes of his new figurative painting, “Bather in White,” which is part of his “Bathers” series that celebrate light and human form.
Known for his devotion to teaching and for conveying the personality of his sitters, we honor the life of this legendary artist.
Eaton’s work seems to show simple quotidian scenes, yet they are actually packed with probing questions, commentary on contemporary culture, and calls to action.
The National Cowboy Museum announces Prix de West award winners and total sales during its opening week.
The artist thinks of her paintings as “emotive portraits of the bodies of water, which, like people, are both all the same and all different…”
It seems odd that no previous exhibition has looked hard at the sumptuous clothing worn by the privileged people depicted in Sargent’s famous portraits. Now at last their stories will be told.
Take a moment to enjoy rare clips of both Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir as they paint what could be one of the masterpieces we know and love today.
Originally from Germany, Louis now lives in New York City, where he creates works depicting elegant women set against energetic, abstracted fields of color...
The exhibition features works by Mike Glier, Leon Loughridge, James McElhinney, and Don Stinson. Its wide-ranging images offer fresh perspectives on “The Land of Enchantment.”