Dallas Exhibit Looks at Dialogue between Photographers and Impressionist Painters

An exhibit that closed January 3 at the University of Michigan Museum of Art Beginning will move to the Dallas Museum of Art for a  February 21 opening. The landmark exhibition exploring the influential and profound relationship between photographers and painters who lived and worked along the Normandy coast in France during the mid-19th century. […]

Grabone’s Landscape

The great number of existing beautiful landscape images with distinct artistic forces seems to contradict to the fact that traditional landscape painters have little variety of arsenal to use: Light and shade, the nearly opaque forest and the translucent aerial perspectives. Arnold Grabone had even less means because of his exclusive use of palette knife. On […]