Study of Clouds oil painting

The Fascination of the Oil Sketch

“Fast and Fluid” features works that delight us today with their often unorthodox subjects, intimacy, immediacy, and rapid brushwork.
Evening Glow at Yosemite Waterfall, Yosemite National Park, California

Chiura Obata: An American Modern

This is the first touring retrospective devoted to this Japanese-American artist, who is represented by more than 150 watercolors, paintings, prints, and screens.
James John Hill, “The Fisherman’s Daughter”

European Paintings on View at Lyman Allyn

Enjoy a selection of portraits, history paintings, still lifes, genre scenes, and landscapes from the early Renaissance through the 1800s.
Auguste Renoir, “View of la Seyne, Provence”

The Best Way to See the Art World

How to see and learn things you’d never otherwise be exposed to through exclusive access to top experts and private (for most) locations.
Pastel painting by William Schneider

Art News: IAPS Recognizes a New “Eminent Pastelist”

The “Eminent Pastelist” award is the highest given by the International Association of Pastel Societies.
Oil seascape paintings

Edward Duff: Sea to Sky

View the artist’s tremendous and sweeping renderings of clouds and of shining seascapes that often mirror the feelings of an approaching storm.
Coeur d’Alene Art Auction

July 27: Coeur d’Alene Art Auction

The Coeur d’Alene Art Auction features Fine Western and American art by past and contemporary artists.
Metropolitan Museum of Art

Which Museum Brought in Seven Million Visitors?

Continually visited by domestic and international audiences, this art museum draws a wide range, with international tourists accounting for 28 percent of its visitors.
Western art show & sale

2019 Cheyenne Frontier Days

This art show celebrates both the heritage and the future of the American West.

In New York: Whistler as Printmaker

The collection was formed over five decades by Mrs. Kosovsky, with the support of her husband, Dr. Harry Kosovsky, and includes 27 etchings, 14 lithographs, and one pastel, which range from Whistler’s early etchings of the late 1850s to lithographs of the late 1890s.

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