Romero Britto transformed his vibrant artwork into a global Pop Art phenomenon. In this video, Britto talks about how love and optimism inspires his art.
World-renowned Pop Artist Romero Britto has called Miami home for nearly three decades. Since he moved to Miami from Brazil in 1988, Britto has tirelessly given back to the city through [...]
In Articles, Artists & Special Collections, Francisco Goya, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Paul Cezanne, Pierre-Auguste RenoirPosted
February 1913 marked a defining moment in the history of art. While the turn of the century empowered the aesthetic twists and turns of the European avant-garde in their countries of origin, the [...]
Marcel Mouly (1918-2008) is considered one of the greatest modern artists, with his works included in 20 permanent museum collections around the world. Learn more about this modernist artist who [...]
In Art & Gallery News, Articles, Artists & Special Collections, Dominic Pangborn, Marcel Mouly, Pablo Picasso, Yaacov AgamPosted
In the last 150 years alone, the art world has taken a series of tenacious twists and turns. What was once defined by ornate encasements, master apprenticeships and royal commissions transformed [...]
Happy birthday to Marc Chagall! The artist, born July 7, 1887, is credited as being a pioneer of modern art with a style that borrowed from fauvism, expressionism and cubism, but cannot be [...]
When Albert Barnes obtained two Paul Cezanne watercolors, he probably didn’t realize he was receiving four works by the influential French artist. Two unfinished sketches were discovered on [...]
World-renowned Park West Gallery artist Romero Britto has been selected to represent his native country when the 2016 Olympics come to Brazil. Not in a sport, of course, but as an energetic [...]
Albert Scaglione talks to Krasnyansky about his background, influences, painting styles, the evolution of his two signature themes and what the artist hopes to convey through his artwork.