Marrying Pop Art and Minimalism with a contemporary twist, Julian Opie’s work is recognisable whether in paint, metal or animation.
Immediately identifiable, Mark Rothko’s red and white paintings not only carry his pioneering distinctive color field style that was to propel him towards an uneasy fame in later life, but they often provided a window into the artist’s state of mind.
Alex Katz prints and paintings in numbers are impressive: his work is held by over 100 museums and he has participated in over 500 exhibitions.
David Burliuk was a punk. Learn about the poet and cubist artist who took the early 20th century Russian avant-garde by storm.
Learn about five Dutch Old Masters whose compelling paintings should be on the radar of any admirer of the Dutch Golden Age painters.
Bernard Buffet had his first retrospective at age 30. Later, he was awarded the Légion d’Honneur, one of France’s top honors for those in the arts. Read the Invaluable buyer's guide to Buffet.
Precisionism was the first art movement indigenous to the United States. Read about a crucial movement in American Modernism.
Winslow Homer is best recognized for his landscape paintings and printmaking, with many of his famous works featuring marine subjects.
Picasso works beyond Cubism, from early life studies to poster designs showcasing the prolific skill that made Picasso so loved.
Whether destroyed by the artist, stolen by thieves, or accidentally ruined, these are some of the biggest ‘art fails’ of all time.