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What does it take to be ensconced in the “Pantheon of American Art”?

I never told Marco Sassone this story. But with the recent release of his autobiography, American Journey — My Life…

Frederick Holmes

Top of this page: Oscar Van Young. Laundresses, 1938, oil on canvas, 40 x 28 inches In Seattle’s present gallery…

Advancing Creative Freedom — by Paul Forte

  “In contending that aesthetic experience is cognitive, I am emphatically not identifying it with the conceptual, the discursive, the…

Why does this extraordinary painter want to train astronauts to travel to Mars?

Reid Stowe is an artist, intrepid explorer, and shaman. Back in 2010 he shattered the record for the longest sea...

Blodgett: Deep Diving into the Unconscious

One of the most extraordinary rediscoveries in American art in decades is now running through the month of October at the Karin…

Discovering Why Collage Matters: An Interview

HOLMAN, Bud [b.1926] Sagaponack No.12, 1959–64, 14.5 x 22.5 inches, mixed media (oil and fabric on paper) Now showing, courtesy…

It’s Time to Stick Together:

60 years of Collage in America  curated by Peter Hastings Falk   As  Editor and Chief Curator of Discoveries in…

Why these frogs symbolize our changing culture.

The most unique contribution of sculpture ever to grace a bridge is in the town of Willimantic, Connecticut. Leo Jensen’s…

The Art Market Puzzle of 2020

Making this puzzle come together At first, I’m a bit overwhelmed staring at 1,000 pieces of this big jigsaw puzzle….

Berenson Fine Art

When Emilia Ianeva founded Berenson Fine Art in Toronto in 2011 it was clear that her stable of contemporary artists…

Biggest Lawsuit in Art History

How accidental damage to frames made of corrugated cardboard elicited a $100 million lawsuit. As the expert witness for the…

The Importance of Art Dealer-Scholars

The best of art-dealing and art historical scholarship are reinforcing, not antithetical. The eye of the art dealer-scholar comes with…

Peter Selz [1919–2019] — Et exaltatum memoriam

Peter Selz was the youngest 100-year-old I ever knew. He remained sharp as a tack. His insatiable visual appetite meant…

An Insider’s View on Valuing Art

We love it when our elected artists like Eugene Healy continue to find warm receptions from serious collectors. Healy’s work…

Managing Artists’ Collections

The Starting Point for Practical Advice. Decades should not have to pass before artists or their heirs consider practical strategies…

What You Never Knew About Abstraction in Native American Art

If you don’t live in the Southwest we bet you’d find it very difficult to name several significant Native American…

This Month’s Insider’s View: Science versus Provenance

The art world is pretty sophisticated when it comes to establishing authenticity. The first step sees the professional sellers —…

“Bertschmann: The 1950s” at Hollis Taggart

Hollis Taggart Provides New Look at Little-Known Abstract Expressionist Painter On View through March 30, 2019 Opening Reception, March 7,…

Steffen Thomas Museum of Art

The Steffen Thomas Museum of Art in Buckhead, Georgia — located just east of Atlanta — is one of only…

Joan Thorne in the 1980s: Visionary Color and Light

Quogue Gallery is featuring the works of Joan Thorne, a third generation New York School abstract painter, in several exhibitions….


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