Paintings

Many animals have been favored subjects of artists for centuries, but cats have been more elusive, lurking on the periphery. All that changed in the late nineteenth century when the long-forgotten…
In a notable revival, the life and career of the late dedicated abstractionist Alice Trumbull Mason has been guided into light through a focused exhibition of sixteen Shutter Paintings at Joan…
Before our annual "Best 2021 Articles" list, we wanted to share some of our favorite artworks that we covered in 2021. These artworks and objects kept our team engaged in and excited about the art…
What sparks an artist? More to the point, what sparks Marjorie Welish? Clearly, it is she who ignites the multitude of sparks in diagrams and constructions, drawings and plans, paintings and prints,…
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (the “Museums”) are pleased to announce the exclusive West Coast showing of Jules Tavernier and the Elem Pomo, which steps into the 1870–1880s, a period when…
Few artists have defined an era as much as William Hogarth, whose vivid, satirical depictions of 18th century England continue to capture the imagination today. Tate Britain’s major exhibition…
The Toledo Museum of Art (TMA) added more than thirty outstanding and diverse works of art to its collection in June through purchase and gifts. Among the many highlights of the new acquisitions are…
Dinner Gallery is pleased to present If These Walls Could Talk, a two-person exhibition of new paintings by Rachael Tarravechia and Julia Jo.