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The Genius of Pino: An In-Depth Look at 5 of His Unforgettable Works

Pino is one of most accomplished figurative artists of the past century, but what exactly makes him a modern master? “Pino is a painter’s painter,” says Park West Gallery Director David Gorman. “The more you know about painting, the more you can appreciate just how technically brilliant his compositions were.” We asked Gorman to take us through five memorable Pino works and help us better understand the extent of the artist’s remarkable talent. Here’s what he told us…   "Amelie" David Gorma...

Painting Studies Reveal How Pino Refined His Iconic Figurative Art

Art has the amazing ability to speak to us through time, whether it’s admiring an etching by Rembrandt van Rijn or studying the brushstrokes of a contemporary great like Pino. Pino is considered by many to be one of the last great American illustrators, having hand-painted more than 3,000 original book covers before switching to a career in fine art. Sadly, Pino passed away in 2010. However, he left behind not only a collection of amazing artwork, but the various studies that accompanied them. S...

From Book Covers to Fine Art: Don’t Miss Park West’s New Pino Sale

Some say American illustration began with Norman Rockwell and ended with Pino. Now you have the opportunity to collect unique paintings and more during our limited-time Pino Sale. Our new Spring Sale collection features more than 50 works by the late artist. From early Harlequin novel illustrations to the Impressionistic, figurative works he is remembered by, this collection is an all-encompassing look into Pino's creative genius. “Very few painters are able to capture the level of emotion that...

Discover What Inspired These 5 Unforgettable Pino Paintings

Pino is known around the world for the texture, emotion, and beauty of his paintings. However, when you learn about the inspirations behind his artwork, Pino’s paintings take on new dimensions of depth and meaning. No one knows more about the stories behind Pino’s art than Max Dangelico, Pino’s son. As a young boy, Dangelico watched his father work and was often present when many of his father’s most popular paintings first came to life. We recently asked Dangelico to tell us the stories behind...

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