3-D printing produces a fresh creative outlet for artists
The idea of printing can be traced all the way back to the B.C. era, but in just a short amount of time printing has evolved into something spectacular. Most of us are familiar with ink jet and laser printers; … More…
Painting of the Day (SOLD archives) – Karl Witkowski’s “Look What I Have”
Look What I Have. Here is a wonderful painting by the 19th century American genre artist Karl Witkowski … a contemporary of J.G. Brown.
The Met and Crystal Bridges to Share a Trumbull Portrait
The Met and Crystal Bridges to Share a Trumbull Portrait – Credit Suisse acquired Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette in 2000. In addition to the company they also bought its art collection. Now Credit Suisse has decided to donate the painting to … More…
Picasso Sells: Kanye West, Lauder View $5.4 Billion Fair
Picasso Sells: Kanye West, Lauder View $5.4 Billion Fair – one of the largest art fairs in the world has begun and sales are being reported. Should be interesting to see how the event progresses.
Review of the Palm Beach Show
The Palm Beach Show 2013 – This article appeared in the March 8th edition of the paper. It truly was a fantastic show.
Painting of the Day (AVAILABLE) – Sally Swatland’s “Winter in Central Park”
Sally Swatland sheds a bit more snow just in time for the end of winter. ‘Winter in Central Park.”
Painting of the Day (SOLD archives) – John Wainwright’s “Primula in a Pot and a Chaffinch”
Primula in a Pot and a Chaffinch. A beautiful British Victorian still life by John Wainwright (c.1865) that passed through our hands many years ago.
Suicide, Van Gogh’s Ear Obsessed Teenage Picasso
Suicide, Van Gogh’s Ear Obsessed Teenage Picasso – “Becoming Picasso: Paris 1901” is at the Courtauld Gallery until May 26.
VIPs Offered ‘Reasonably Priced’ $14 Million Velazquez
VIPs Offered ‘Reasonably Priced’ $14 Million Velazquez – Over $5 Billion worth of art and jewelry is on view, and for sale, at the European Fine Art Fair, Tefaf, in the Netherlands.
First retrospective of works by painter George Bellows opens at the Royal Academy of Arts
First retrospective of works by painter George Bellows opens at the Royal Academy of Arts. American artist, George Bellows, never received the attention many believe he should have. It has been 88 years since he passed away and he is … More…
IN GALLERY EXHIBITION -- IMAGINE -- OPENING APRIL 28TH