The auction, led by a Louis Lozowick lithograph, includes works by Mary Cassatt, Rembrandt van Rijn, Diego Rivera, Albrecht Dürer, Pablo Picasso, and more masters of printmaking from the 16th through the 20th centuries.
The group includes drawings by Rembrandt van Rijn, Jacob Ruisdael, Gerrit van Honthorst, and many other artists of the “Golden Age” of Dutch art. View the full list of works here.
On view at Collins Galleries is "Larson & Seaton: Something Deeper," presenting the works of contemporary still life artists Jeffrey T. Larson and Paul Raymond Seaton. Preview the exhibition and learn more about the artists here.
The Space Gallery Annex in Denver has announced its artists in the 2020 Windows to the Divine National Exhibition, reminding us that, "Now more than ever, we all need art!"
As part of our effort to continue to keep artists and art galleries in business, we're proud to bring you this week's "Virtual Gallery Walk."
The artist, illustrator, and art advocate was actively involved with public art initiatives as a Commissioner for the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and the chair of the Arts and Furnishing Committee for the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. She also designed the angel form for two different public art programs that adorned Los Angeles with colorful larger-than-life angel statues decorated by local artists.
Gerald Peters Contemporary (New York) has recently announced "Harvey Dinnerstein: Underground," which is on view online and by appointment. From the gallery: A national academician and...
At the recent Realism Live virtual art conference, Eric Rhoads and Peter Trippi announced the finalists and top winners of the 2020 Artist and Selfie Painting Competition, which features $44,000 in cash and awards. Discover the top 25 finalists and the top winners here.
Hundreds of enthusiastic artists from around the world gathered (in time, not space) last week for a historic event. Highlights included copying a borrowed Bouguereau, discussions on the past and future of Realism, and so much more.
Culture and legacy, as well as social injustice, spirituality, and family, are among the themes of these portraits and narrative scenes; in them, the artist uses historical references as both reminders of the past and predictions of the future.