Kick Off the Holidays with Pino Art and Free Seminar

La Diva Pino

“La Diva” (2008) by Pino. Giclee in color on canvas with hand embellishment. Signed in pigment lower right.

Avoid the insane crowds on Black Friday and visit Park West Gallery for a free art seminar and Holiday Sale featuring Pino.

Park West is starting the holiday season with an art presentation that will inform and entertain novice and experienced collectors alike. Learn the fascinating evolution of modern art, starting with the Old Masters and working up to contemporary artists.

The seminar is scheduled for November 25 11 a.m. at Park West Gallery’s location in Southfield, Michigan.

“At Park West Gallery, we believe knowledge is power and there is more to art than just pretty pictures – though we have those, too,” says Park West Gallery Director David Gorman. “Find out why Rembrandt’s etchings were groundbreaking and why Picasso is considered the greatest artist of the 20th century.”

 

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"Parisian Girl" Pino Park West Gallery

“Parisian Girl” (2006), Pino

Among the amazing contemporaries that helped define modern art is Italian-American artist Pino Daeni. Pino initially gained a following from his sensual book cover illustrations. He created more than 3,000 covers before changing artistic directions to paint fine art canvases exclusively. His expressive paintings capture tender moments between families, focusing on feminine and elegant women.

“Like Rockwell, Pino defined a generation of artists by switching his career from illustration to fine art,” Gorman says. “This allowed him to utilize his mastery of illustration and elevate how we analyze and interpret fine art while simultaneously bringing illustration to the attention of museums critics and art historians.”

Pino died in 2010, leaving a legacy of beautiful artwork for the world to enjoy. Collectors will have the option to acquire unique drawings and paintings from Pino that are only found at Park West Gallery. Collectors often wait years for a rare chance such as this, and the last time they were offered at the gallery proved these works sometimes find homes within days.

“We anticipate the full collection will find local collectors,” Gorman says.

After the seminar, use your newfound knowledge to find the perfect gift for that special someone on your list, or treat yourself to an early Christmas present. RSVP is recommended for the seminar. To RSVP, contact Park West’s gallery consultants at (800) 521-9654 ext. 4 or rsvp@parkwestgallery.com.

 

One Response to Kick Off the Holidays with Pino Art and Free Seminar

  1. Lilla Vandenberg says:

    what is the first painting worth today

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