Photorealist painter uses vintage toys as subject matter for his New York show.
Liepke paints the simple truths that make us human.
Leffel figured out the simple logic of painting as mastered by Rembrandt.
Master colorist emphasizes color relationships and composition over subject matter.
Kapsher's intricate florals and behind-the-scenes ballet images making debut in Newport Beach.
Emerging artist to exhibit new works in all genres at his upcoming San Francisco show.
The artist's urban landscapes capture the beauty of a city through loose, dynamic brushstrokes.
Whether he's working in oil or watercolor, this L.A. artist is a sublime colorist.
Bartlett's large-scale canvas present a realism that hints at abstraction.
Scottsdale exhibition presents Cook's diverse takes on contemporary impressionism.
Collectors love the timeless quality and unique subject matter of these neo-surrealistic paintings.
Working at Christie's auction house gave artist inspiration to create his own paintings.
Maakestad's rural Minnesota upbringing inspires oil pastel landscapes with a personal feel.
Aguiar creates a new style of painting using layers of silverleaf and resin.
Philadelphia artist captures nature's subleties in the new exhibition at his
Wang's larger-than-life impasto paintings express the emotion and passion of the immigrant experience.
Neill creates a classical richness of color and lets the subjects speak for themselves.
Dutch artist finds visual inspiration in American maritime history.
Virginia artist uses personal experience to create quietly emotive works.
Versatile artist finds happiness and tranquility in impressionistic paintings of nature.
Emerging Russian artist exhibits classical technique and strong realist style.
Whyte pleases her collectors with new figurative watercolors depicting the people of Johns Island, South Carolina.
Long presents his classical realist figure paintings in extensive North Carolina show.
Kobayashi creates a sense of mood and mystery with his expressive figurative paintings.
Moore combines landscapes with architectural elements to create a sense of drama in his new paintings at a special Maine venue.
Danish paints cityscapes and landscapes inspired by the beauty of the passage of time.
Spanish artist unveils an evocative mix of subjects and sizes on show for the first time in Florida.
Horn brings her garden into the studio for her meticulously created floral still lifes.
The new Tuscan landscapes of William Berra leave something to the imagination.
Always honoring the light, Ted Goerschner favors painterly quality over quantity.
Erbe's paintings provoke viewers through simple juxtaposition of objects and environments.
Intimate, expressive, spontaneous, intuitive - the small work gives the collector more insight into the creative impulses of the artist at Gallery 1261.
Latin American art finds a home in new Gold Coast residence of this Chicago collector.
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Art and the Power of Placement - and why it's important.
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A Collector's First Port of Call for Research: The Frick Art Reference Library in New York.
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What to do if the painting you want to buy doesn't have a signature.
By Jane C.H. Jacob
Separating fact from fiction in the New York art market.
By Robert J. Hughes
Observations and Relevations
By John Pence
Wyeth Retrospective exhibit launches the newly renovated High Museum.
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Forty Years of Photo-Realism
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Confessions of a Starving Artist
by Harley Brown