QR Weekly Art News Recap 4/28/23

Published on April 28th, 2023 | Posted in Art News, Essays

Welcome to the Questroyal Fine Art weekly news recap! Here we will be sharing relevant articles about the art world each week. Please enjoy and check back weekly for the latest art news and events.

For this week’s art news recap, we are highlighting two exciting museum exhibitions!

American Realism: Visions of America, 1900-1950 will open at the Muskegon Museum of Art on May 11. The exhibition is a collaboration between the Muskegon Museum of Art, Flint Institute of Art, Kalamazoo Institute of Art, and the Detroit Institute of Art. The show focuses on American artists from the early 20th  century who sought to represent American art at that time. Further, “Visions of America explores this period of artistic transformation through paintings, drawings, and prints that captured the American experience. Featuring the works of George Bellows, Jerome Myers, Stuart Davis, Guy Pene du Bois, Edward Hopper, Rockwell Kent, Guy Wiggins, Peggy Bacon, Alexander Calder, Reginald Marsh, and many others, this exhibition captures the moments in time and life during a historically transformative period in American history.”

New York Restaurant by Edward Hopper

Please follow the link below for more information on the upcoming show!



Andrew Wyeth: Home Places presents viewers with nearly 50 paintings and drawings that inspired the legendary artist Andrew Wyeth throughout his career.

The exhibition opened on February 4th and will run through July 30th at the Brandywine Museum of Art. The artworks in the exhibition are “drawn exclusively from the nearly 7,000-object Andrew and Betsy Wyeth Collection of the Wyeth Foundation for American Art, now managed by the Brandywine. Many of these pieces have never before been exhibited, offering a first glimpse at a significant treasure trove that will shed new light on the collaborative creative process of Andrew and Betsy Wyeth.”

Follow the link below to the exhibition’s webpage for more information.

Andrew Wyeth, 747, 1980, tempera on panel. Collection of the Wyeth Foundation for American Art.


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