Happy (88th) Birthday Alex Katz!

GallArt.com Wants To Wish A Very Happy Birthday To One Of The GREAT Masters of Art! Alex Katz! Katz has received numerous accolades throughout his career. In 2007, he was … Continue reading Happy (88th) Birthday Alex Katz!

David Hockney & Massimo Vitali – For The Love Of Pools

Aching for the perfect poolside scene to hang on your wall? Here, we take a look at two artists known for their magnificent handling of the subject: David Hockney and Massimo Vitali. David … Continue reading David Hockney & Massimo Vitali – For The Love Of Pools

The Biography of Andy Warhol

More than twenty years after his death, Andy Warhol remains one of the most influential figures in contemporary art and culture. Warhol’s life and work inspires creative thinkers worldwide thanks … Continue reading The Biography of Andy Warhol

Artwork of the Week – Andy Warhol’s Uncle Sam

Artist: Andy Warhol Title: Uncle Sam FS II.259 Medium: Screenprint with Diamond Dust on Lenox Museum Board Size: 38 x 38 inches Year: 1981 Edition: of 200 “Uncle Sam” is … Continue reading Artwork of the Week – Andy Warhol’s Uncle Sam

Happy Memorial Day From GallArt.com

For All Those Who Have Served and Are Currently Serving, Thank You. Happy Memorial Day from GallArt.com! Head on over to GallArt.com & our eBay store for our Memorial Day … Continue reading Happy Memorial Day From GallArt.com

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Francis Bacon Triptych – August 1972

Can we just admire this Francis Bacon triptych (Triptych – August, 1972) for a moment? This work is generally considered one in a series of Black Triptychs which followed the … Continue reading Francis Bacon Triptych – August 1972

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Picasso Ceramic Studio Under Serious Threat

The Madoura Pottery in Vallauris, Southern France, is crumbling down. According to the Journal du Dimanche (JDD), the workshop Picasso used to produce some of his best-known ceramic work is … Continue reading Picasso Ceramic Studio Under Serious Threat

The $20,000 Picasso Catalog The Art World Has Been Waiting For

    In the early 1930s, Christian Zervos, a refined and somewhat quirky art critic and publisher, and a fixture in Parisian artistic and literary circles—began cataloging Picasso’s work. It was … Continue reading The $20,000 Picasso Catalog The Art World Has Been Waiting For

All American Artist Norman Rockwell Finally Gets His Well Deserved Recognition

“Rockwell’s greatest sin as an artist is simple: His is an art of unending cliché.” “Norman Rockwell was demonized by a generation of critics who not only saw him as … Continue reading All American Artist Norman Rockwell Finally Gets His Well Deserved Recognition

Christie’s Post-War Sale Rakes In $744 Million

A sale of post-war and contemporary art at Christie’s in New York has generated sales of $744m, with many pieces smashing their estimated values. A pair of works by Andy … Continue reading Christie’s Post-War Sale Rakes In $744 Million