The Printmaker’s Art

The skills of artists such as Rembrandt van Rijn, Francisco Goya and Albrecht Dürer, are on display in The Printmaker's Art.

Park West Gallery Launches Dominic Pangborn Website

Park West Gallery is proud to announce the launch of our newest microsite, for internationally acclaimed contemporary artist Dominic Pangborn.

In a Studio like a Garden, Art Grows like Flora and Miro is the Gardener

An innovative master of surrealism, Miró also saw himself as a gardener, his studio as a kitchen garden and his artworks as plants that he cultivated to grow under his expert care.

Focusing on Matisse as a Printmaker at the Tampa Museum of Art

An exceptional show featuring Fauvist master Henri Matisse is currently on view at the newly-opened Tampa Museum of Art.

Yaacov Agam and the Mystical Number “9”

Yaacov Agam, as the son of an Orthodox Rabbi, possesses a deep interest in Hebrew mysticism.

The Weather Outside is Frightful, But Art is so Delightful

On this Snow Day, we're sharing some of our favorite wintery pieces from the Park West Gallery Collection.

Fear and Folly on a Snow Day

The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts presents, Fear and Folly: The Visionary Prints of Francisco Goya and Federico Castellon.

Freud’s Influence on Dali’s Surreal “Dream” Painting

The universe of Dalinian imagery, whether religious, mythological or in this case, Freudian, is repeated in many of the artist's illustrations, including those for the Biblia Sacra and Divine Comedy.

The Park West Gallery Valentine’s Day Sale – Fine Art and Designer Jewelry

Nothing says "I Love You" like designer jewelry and fine artwork!

A Gavel Falls…is the Pendulum of Art History Swinging Back?

A bronze sculpture by Swiss modern master Alberto Giacometti has fetched the highest price in art auction history.

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