Now on view through September 25, 2016 at the Denver Art Museum in Colorado, the works of Mary Abbott, Jay DeFeo, Perle Fine, Helen Fankenthaler, Sonia Gechtoff, Judith Godwin, Grace Hartigan, Elaine de Kooning, Lee Krasner, Joan Mitchell, Deborah Remington, and Ethel Schwabacher are being exhibited together for the first time. Women of Abstract Expressionism, organized by the Denver Art Museum, celebrates the often unknown female artists of the mid-twentieth-century art movement and sheds light on their unique experiences.
The current exhibition on Georgia O’Keeffe at the Tate Modern in London is the largest retrospective of the modernist’s work ever held outside of the United States. Premiering a century after O’Keeffe’s debut show in New York in 1916, this exhibition is the first on the artist in over twenty years and marks a rising interest in American artists abroad. …continue reading or post a comment
He made a strong impression not only upon American art, but upon the art of the world. – New York Tribune, 1916
In anticipation of this fall’s exhibition and sale of paintings by Ralph Albert Blakelock at Questroyal Fine Art, the gallery has released an original biographical short film detailing some of the most significant moments of the artist’s fascinating career. …continue reading or post a comment
The month of May marks the opening of several exciting American art exhibitions, showcasing works by important artists such as Thomas Cole, Winslow Homer, Childe Hassam, and Marsden Hartley. The following are our top picks for this month’s American art exhibitions. …continue reading or post a comment
As part of our recurring artist interview series, we’re featuring some of the most memorable quotations from an actual interview with the twentieth-century artist Fairfield Porter. In a 1968 interview conducted by Paul Cummings for the Archives of American Art, Porter discussed some of the most formative experiences of his youth and his career. We hope that the following quotes from the interview provide a deeper understanding of this important artist’s early influences and first significant inspirations. …continue reading or post a comment
The Thomas Cole National Historic Site has just announced its upcoming exhibition, Thomas Cole: The Artist as Architect, which opens on May 1st. After years of extensive research, the Thomas Cole National Historic Site has reconstructed Thomas Cole’s “New Studio,” first built by the artist one hundred seventy years ago. Find out more on our Hudson River School blog.
The Hudson River School continues to be celebrated as the first true movement in American art. …continue reading or post a comment
Opening just in time for the beginning of spring, the following are our top picks for this month’s exhibitions in American art. In cities ranging from Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania to Madrid, Spain, these shows draw on some of the most distinct movements in American art history to showcase masterworks by artists such as Asher B. Durand, Childe Hassam, and Andrew Wyeth. …continue reading or post a comment