Maggi Hambling, the first National Gallery Artist in Residence (1980-81), has established a reputation over the last four decades as one of Britain?s most significant and controversial painters and sculptors. This autumn she returnsShow More Summary
IN HER latest exhibition, “Walls of Water” at the National Gallery in London, Maggi Hambling explores the impact of waves crashing against the sea wall in Southwold, Suffolk, near where she lives. It's a subject, she says, that remains eternally captivating. Show More Summary
Until 8 March 2015, the National Gallery of Canada presents Shine a Light: Canadian Biennial 2014. The exhibition highlights a selection of recent acquisitions to the NGC?s Canadian Contemporary, Indigenous and Photography holdings.Show More Summary
A major new exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art this autumn explores the remarkable work of Robert MacBryde and Robert Colquhoun. Two of Scotland?s finest twentieth-century artists, their careers rose meteorically...Show More Summary
At its most recent meeting of the Board of Trustees, the National Gallery of Art's acquisitions focused on significant works on paper from the 18th through the 20th centuries, including a print of the first photograph to ever appear on the cover of Life magazine, made in 1936 by the trailblazing photographer Margaret Bourke-White (1904?1971). Show More Summary
Capone's Art-House Round-Up with THE HOMESMAN, FORCE MAJEURE, NATIONAL GALLERY, AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL 3, and MISS MEADOWS Read the full article on AICN Hey, folks. Capone in Chicago here, with a few films that are making their way into...Show More Summary
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 Easily the best of the young adult series that have proliferated the marketplace since the Twilight movies singed movie screens, The Hunger Games films have actually managed to get better and more harrowing with...
National Gallery photograph by Robert MacPherson from top of Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square. How do we look when we're looking at art? That's one of the intriguing facets of this gorgeous art tour of London's National Gallery. Frederick Wiseman's...
This year, one of the greatest New York gallerists of our time and continuous force for artistic good Lisa Spellman celebrates her 30th anniversary. It's rare for a gallery to stay completely relevant and totally vital for 30 straight years. Spellman has one of those few galleries. Since 1984, her 303... More »
A generous legacy from art teacher Miss Marcia Lay has helped The National Gallery in London buy Scottish artist David Wilkie's A Young Woman Kneeling at a Prayer Desk (1813). The painting was lost for more than 140 years. London-based art dealer Ben Elwes recognised the painting as a Wilkie when he saw it in the catalogue for a sale in New York. Show More Summary
This weekend: A beer festival, ballet inside the National Gallery of Art, a food drive by bike, and more. [ more › ]
"Zap Comix," "Arcade" among additions to permanent collection! Greek cartoonist Ilias Skoulas passes away. Interviews with Matt Fraction and Jules Feiffer!
It is such a gift that Frederick Wiseman, who is edging toward 85, continues to let his curiosity and his craft fill his days and our theaters.
A painting by Scottish artist Sir David Wilkie, that was thought to be lost for more than 140 years, went on display at the National Gallery, London today (20 November 2014) ? and its purchase is all thanks to the gift of a Birmingham art teacher. Show More Summary
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I've just delivered ten paintings to the gallery at the historic Kolb Studio at Grand Canyon National Park. As you may recall, the exhibition from the September "Celebration of Art" (the Grand Canyon Plein Air Festival) will run until mid-February. Show More Summary
The National Gallery in London is showing the first ever UK exhibition of pioneering 19th-century Scandinavian artist Peder Balke. Thanks to a collaboration with the Northern Norway Art Museum and international loans, over 50 of Balke's paintings are on display in the Sunley Room, admission free. Show More Summary
A group of prominent Norwegian architects who have long opposed the Norway's new national museum building are now speaking out to save the original National Gallery, which dates to 1842.
This autumn, the National Gallery is holding the first-ever UK exhibition focused on the paintings of Peder Balke. Largely forgotten for more than a century, this Norwegian artist was ahead of his time and is only just being rediscovered and recognised as one of the forerunners of modernism. Show More Summary
From November 13, 2014 to February 22, 2015, the National Gallery of Canada presents a world premier Jack Bush, an exhibition offering a complete picture of this Canadian artist, who garnered international recognition. Visitors will be dazzled by the energy, joy and playfulness of his large, colourful paintings. Show More Summary