Artist Profile — Az Jackson

Artist Profile — Az Jackson

Have you ever wanted to quit your job, travel around the world, and take pictures? Sounds great, doesn’t it? We would love to be able to do that, but we have to limit our travel to vacation time here at Fine Art America. Not all of us can afford to travel around the...
The Celebrated Work of Bosch

The Celebrated Work of Bosch

Hieronymus Bosch lived and died around 600 years ago, so you would think that perhaps his influence would no longer be felt. However, the argument can be made that Bosch’s influence is still felt, and the sheer artistry and scale of his paintings has not been able to...
An Ode to Gauguin and Primitivist Art

An Ode to Gauguin and Primitivist Art

In our look at painters, illustrators and photographers here at Fine Art America, we feel we have been giving you a hint at some of the masters that the art world has created, both the old masters and the up and coming new artists we feature on our site. While the art...
Caravaggio

Caravaggio

Here at Fine Art America, we love the Master’s. How can we not love the Masters, because the Masters are some of the first art we have ever seen. Think about it. When you were in school, you saw paintings of Monet, Renoir, Rembrandt and Michelangelo. It was the...
In Celebration of Basquiat

In Celebration of Basquiat

We frankly do not think enough people talk about the 20th century painter Jean-Michel Basquiat, who turned graffiti-primitive art into collections that were prized for their originality. Here at Fine Art America, we are all about diversity and uniqueness in art....
Couples in Art: Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera

Couples in Art: Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera

We’ve all heard of volatile relationships in romance. These relationships have been the focus of the arts for millennia. You only have to look at works such as “Othello”, “My Last Duchess”, “Death of a Salesman”, or “La Boheme” to understand that tragic love stories...