Archives: Artists

In the history of American landscape painting, the visionary artists who pursued the paths of fantasy and mysticism are few. Albert Pinkham Ryder stands out, followed by Robert Loftin Newman, Ralph Albert Blakelock, and Louis Eilshemius. Nicholson is clearly the successor to these important...

Pessemier is a Modern Impressionist living in Paris. He paints en plein air at the same locations where the great Impressionists set up their easels — not only around Paris but all over France. He has exhibited extensively in Paris since the 1990s, including eight shows at the famous Le...

This master of collage obsessively changes his compositions, as revealed by layers of canvas fragments and a variety of mediums. The resulting lyrical abstract shorescapes subtly suggest those places that have evoked in him particular moods. Jack Welch, the legendary former CEO of General Electric,...

The dean of American art historians, Dr. William Innes Homer, concluded that the discovery of the Pinajian collection presents one of the most compelling discoveries in the history of twentieth century American art: “Even though Pinajian was a creative force to be reckoned with, during his...

Richard Timperio is a rarity because while he is painter of compelling imagery he is also a pioneering gallerist. In the late 1970s he was at the forefront of a small group of artists who left Manhattan to settle in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. By the mid 1990s he had created an alternative exhibition...

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