Sargent, Whistler, and Venetian Glass

An exhibition that explores Americans’ engagement with Venice during the late 19th century, when anyone on the Grand Tour had to stop there.
Timothy Wilson, "Sunset," 5 x 7 inches, Oil on panel

The Beckoning Sea

Reflections on the art of painting > "As we interpret visual information into our artwork, the descriptions may get lost or deconstructed into abstraction..."

Model, Painter, Rebel

"Suzanne Valadon: Model, Painter, Rebel" is the first exhibition dedicated to this fascinating French artist at a major U.S. institution. Where?
Initial B: The Trinity

Art for a University City

Senior curator Trinita Kennedy has selected for this exhibition nearly 70 illuminated manuscripts, paintings, and sculptures, borrowed primarily from ...

An Art Nouveau Visionary

Using some 100 objects loaned by the Mucha Trust, including works owned by the artist's descendants, this exhibition explores how a Czech-born artist became the toast of Paris circa 1900.
David Driskell (1931–2020), "Woman with Flowers"

Icons of Nature and History

This show features more than 50 paintings, collages, prints, and drawings the artist created when he wasn’t busy being an influential art historian, curator, and educator.

10 Art World Predictions for 2022

Though my crystal ball is cracked and I’ve shaved my Nostradamus beard, I have some thoughts on 2022 from the perspective of an art publisher who is in constant dialogue with artists, collectors, galleries, and art experts.
C. Parsons for Currier & Ives, Clipper Ship “Racer"

Revisiting America

Organized by Omaha’s Joslyn Art Museum and now on view at the Florence Griswold Museum, the touring exhibition "Revisiting America: The Prints of Currier & Ives" reminds visitors of this publishing firm’s huge influence on American visual culture.
Friday Virtual Gallery Walk

Friday Virtual Gallery Walk for December 17, 2021

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."
Male artist in his art studio

Artist Spotlight: Tim Oliver

Artist Tim Oliver was first introduced to watercolor in 1981 as a landscape architecture student at Texas Tech University.

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