The works of contemporary figures like Suzan Frecon, Jessica Dickinson, John Zurier, McArthur Binion, Vija Celmins, and Catherine Murphy suggest that an artist’s painstaking creation of […] The post Slow Painting appeared first on Art in America.
Tarsila do Amaral at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; India Art Fair, New Delhi; Fra Angelico at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston; Abraham […] The post The Brief appeared first on Art in America.
Living in the heartland, in an area marked by Native American mounds and vintage brick architecture, many St. Louis artists engage—directly or indirectly—with a complex heritage […] The post Atlas St. Louis appeared first on Art in America.
Have you ever wondered how a painting gets its title? Sometimes a given title is straightforward, assigned by the artist at the time of production. But often over the intervening years, a painting’s “first title” can shift as it changes hands—a gallery might inadvertently begin calling it something slightly different; or it’s given a slightly […]
In 2015, the Amon Carter published the final installment of its triad of major publications on the art of Charles M. Russell (1864–1926). The three volumes began in 1993 with Brian Dippie’s landmark work on Russell’s illustrated letters, Charles M. Russell, Word Painter, followed the next year by Rick Stewart’s opus Charles M. Russell: Sculptor. […]