Paintings - Non-American

As a teenager, Claude Monet picked up a paintbrush after being inspired by landscape artist Eugène Boudin. “It was as if a veil was torn from my eyes,” wrote the artist who would later become the...
“I don’t see any boundaries between any of the art forms. I think they all interrelate completely.” —David Bowie A consummate creative, David Bowie helped sate his own appetite for artistic...
Picasso’s groundbreaking 1909 cubist portrait, Femme Assise , will go to auction at Sotheby’s London on June 21. The painting—reportedly inspired by his lover and frequent model Fernande Olivier—...
Charles and Judy Tate assembled a world-class collection of Latin American art—and then gave it all away.
Robert Blumenthal Gallery East Hampton is pleased to present Dirty Summer of Love, Marie Jacotey’s first solo show with the gallery. The exhibition includes pieces from Jacotey’s, Babe Cave series, a...
Sir Winston Churchill's reputation as a politician and statesman often overshadows the tremendous talent he possessed for painting.
The “Cynical Realism” movement emerged in the early 1990s.
Oliver Cromwell may have famously instructed artists to depict him "warts and all," but he had nothing to worry about when Samuel Cooper painted his portrait. Cooper ranked among the greatest...