A Look at the Albertina:
The Art of Collecting

Jakob Alt, The Palace Duke Albert Alongside the Augustiner Bastion, 1816. For the art fan, the moment inevitably arises wherein a piece inspires the thought “I wish I could own that.” Depending on the price point, though, that dream is not always realized. For the great families of past generations, however – those with endless […]

Master Drawings at the
Art Institute of Chicago

Posted 29 Aug 2016 | Artists, Artwork, General

The museum’s new exhibition, entitled “Master Drawings Unveiled: 25 Years of Major Acquisitions,” which launched on 27 August pays homage to this rich assortment of world-class drawings that span the course of history.

Contemporary Charcoals:
Jimmie Arroyo

Artist Jimmie Arroyo is arguably a contemporary artist with an Old Master’s soul. Channeling some of his most substantial artistic inspiration from the masters of the Renaissance and Baroque eras, Arroyo updates their determined draftsmanship with his modern sense of design, resulting in a body of work that is both complex and compelling. Arroyo graciously […]

Man of the Moors

Join professional UK artist Robert Dutton as he demonstrates in this short film how Nitram Charcoal is an integral part of his creative expression with his richly layered atmospheric paintings of the wild South Pennines of England. Exciting outdoor and indoor studio mixed media paintings explored in all seasons! Robert offers a wide range of […]

Contemporary Charcoals:
Nic De Jesus

Capitalizing on the versatility of the charcoal medium, South African artist Nic De Jesus plays powerfully with atmospheric perspective in his work, blending his photographer’s eye with his innate innovative approach to artistic production.

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