An inescapable mystique
John Singer Sargent, Joaquín Sorolla, Anders Zorn, and their influence on realist painters today
Ralph Oberg ventures deep into the backcountry to capture the wide-open spaces
Arts at Denver began a quarter century ago in the mountain town of Silver Plume, CO. And although its location has changed, six times before landing in its current Denver locale, its mission has remained: to exhibit the best of Colorado representational works—sometimes impressionistic, sometimes classical, always beautiful.
This month’s issue marks our 45th anniversary. In celebration, we took a look back at four and a half decades of covers to trace the evolution of the magazine and the art market it has chronicled.
Don Coen’s large-scale paintings bring us face to face with rural America
In Great Falls, MT, recently, The Russell event set an all-time record for sales with a gross total of $7.8 million—better than the previous record of $6.9 million, set last year. One of the highlights was the Live Auction, which was held at the Mansfield Convention Center in downtown Great Falls. Auction sales totaled...
Welcome! This month we’re introducing a new series of blogs where you can read all about what happened at recent events in the western art world. We’ll report on the latest shows, auctions, fairs, festivals, and more, focusing on the most important events featuring top-notch artists. We know you can’t always travel to every...
As a proud sponsor of the 2014 Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale, we've created a special event page dedicated to the show. With works by 64 top artists, the 2014 show is sure to impress. Visit the event page now to learn all about this year's event and find great additional resources and...
Painter Lindsey Bittner Graham evokes the spirit of equine beauty and strength