More than 20 new paintings by British Artist Diarmuid Kelley marks his first exhibition outside of London.
Learn about the first solo museum exhibition of artist Scott Avett, founding member of the Grammy-nominated Avett Brothers.
To mark the 500th anniversary of the death of the legendary painter Raphael, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum will bring together these works for the first time...
Guests to “Beaux Arts” are invited to come dressed in a 1930s, 1940s, or 1950s glam style to complement a signature painting donated by Joseph Lorusso.
“What I have come to realize,” says author John Seed, “is that the diverse forms of disrupted realism have to do with everything in each artist’s life: the real, the remembered, the digital, the imagined, and the dreamed, all filtered through the artist’s perceptions.”
John Moore’s luminous handling of land, sky, and water opens the space beyond his signature depictions of factory windows and bridges and, with this heightened atmosphere, recalls the rich tradition of American landscape painting.
Building on the success of the past three editions, the Fair reinforces the continued relevance of historic art in the current art market bringing together an international community of the most discerning art collectors, curators, interior designers and specialists.
Realistic and representational artworks of the American Great Plains are on exhibit by sixty-five APA members from across the U.S.A.
This auction traces the development of draftsmanship over several centuries from late-Gothic, early-Renaissance works of the 15th century, to Baroque and Rococo drawings of the 17th and 18th centuries.
The focus of this juried exhibition is to select paintings that show the highest quality in draftsmanship, color, and composition, emphasizing a diversity in representational style and subject matter.