Learn more about the free and self-guided 8th Annual West Austin Studio Tour, and preview some of the participating artists here.
Employing simplified composition and using gestural lines and bold colors, her intention is to reveal something visceral about the subject, and connect it to a larger and more significant message about human existence, rather than creating a close recording of a physical likeness.
Clarity of artistic vision and craft are the common threads of these artworks.
Coming soon: Learn who is this year’s juror, as well as when and where the exhibition will be on view.
The artist’s proto-Impressionist style and “exotic” genre scenes influenced so many artists that the style came to be described with its very own “ism”: “Fortunismo.”
The public is invited to attend this celebration of “Art of the Plains,” featuring realistic and representational artworks in traditional media that depict the American Great Plains region — its landscape, wildlife, people, and way of life in historical or modern times.
Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney is best known as an art patron and founder of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Yet she also had a significant career as a sculptor, exhibiting throughout the U.S. and Europe. This is the first exhibition of Whitney’s art since her death in 1942.
Each year, Fine Art Connoisseur leads a small group of art lovers on a VIP tour that visits an area of the world renowned for its artistic heritage. Discover the distinguishing factors of these special trips, as well as the 2019 itinerary and details on how to join us.
The tonalist movement is now seeing a resurgence, following the popularity of plein air painting in the 19th century and classical realism in the early part of this century. Learn about an inaugural exhibition that celebrates tonalism in art.
These European Masterpieces from the Grasset Collection offer a glimpse of life in the 1600s and 1700s, along with many hidden meanings, in an exhibition of 40 paintings.