Read an excerpt from Doug Woodham’s “Art Collecting Today” and learn why you might want to consider hiring an art advisor for your collecting journey.
Learn about an upcoming event hosted by Windows to the Divine, which promotes patronage and philanthropy that directly supports living artists and serves those in need.
More than 700 artworks expressing the artist’s relationship to the natural world, or their response to issues confronting the environment, were submitted for this exhibition.
Exhibited, replicated all over the world, “Guernica” has been at the same time an anti-franco and an anti-fascist symbol.
The public is invited to attend a celebration of “Art of the Plains,” featuring realistic and representational artworks in traditional media that depict the American Great Plains region.
In an effort to drive interest in portraiture from life, three Studio Incamminati instructors painted Fine Art Connoisseur publisher B. Eric Rhoads during a Facebook live broadcast. Learn about the initiative here.
Walking into the Greenwich House Gallery, you’ll have the pleasure of viewing 200 impressionist paintings that include portraits, landscapes, and still lifes, in oil, watercolor, and pastel.
See why John Gibson has spent a quarter of a century painting a subject that, in and of itself, he “doesn’t really care that much about.”
Learn more about the Scottsdale Art Auction and preview some of the auction highlights here.
The Fulbright Triptych and more Simon Dinnerstein works are on display; discover when and where you can view them.