Forum Gallery in New York City is currently presenting a comprehensive exhibition that expands on William Beckman’s passion for rural landscape and its animals.
Alla prima (Italian for “at first attempt”), in which layers of wet paint are applied to previous wet paint layers, is challenging and satisfying for the artist and the viewer. A prestigious atelier is offering a chance to learn about its glorious history and watch professional artists demonstrate its power.
Opening weekend for Cowboy Crossings — one of the nation’s foremost annual Western art sales and exhibitions — had gross sales nearly reaching the million mark.
In 2017, American Women Artists is launching a 25-year initiative to bring the work of women artists into American museums. Their goal is 25 in 25 — 25 museum shows in the next 25 years. This historic undertaking begins next week. Where?
The Florence Academy of Art U.S. is proud to be presenting significant selections from the oeuvre of Dean Cornwell as part of its ongoing educational exhibition series. Featuring a total of nine works — six paintings and three drawings — the exhibition looks to explore the artist’s legacy as one of America’s most important illustrators.
If you’re in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and feel the need to view some startlingly beautiful realistic paintings with a challenging, yet humorous tone, Jacob Pfeiffer and Meyer Galleries have what you’re looking for.
Howard/Mandville Gallery in Kirkland, Washington, is currently presenting the newest oils by accomplished painter Renato Muccillo. Check out these beauties!
Many important paintings are coming together from across the world for a significant double exhibition in Amsterdam — some of which haven’t been in the Dutch capital since the 17th century. What’s the buzz in the Netherlands?
The Seattle Art Museum is soon presenting a radical reimagining of one of the 20th century’s most complicated — and celebrated — artists. More information here...
A rich selection of more than 50 oil paintings, drawings, watercolors, photographs, manuscripts, letters, and printed books from 24 museums and private collections in the U.S., Great Britain, and Ireland, have been brought together to explore the relationship between author Henry James (1843-1916) and the visual arts of the 19th century. Where?