November 14, 2018
Peter’s Auction Pick of the Day: School of Paris
In the late 19th century Paris became the center of the Western art world. As a result, the turn of the century brought an influx of artists from all over the world to the city. Within the cafes, salons, and shared workspaces of Montmartre, these artists traded the influences of their diverse backgrounds and blended the techniques of their respective traditions. Read more about this in today’s Peter’s Auction Pick of the Day.
November 7, 2018
Artist Spotlight of the Day: Milton Avery
Milton Avery began his study of abstract form at a time when such a style was certainly not popular in the United States. Deemed the “American Matisse,” Avery was highly influenced by the expressiveness of French Fauvism, whose members used color to express emotion rather than accurately represent their subject, though Avery’s color palette tended more towards the subtle pastels favored by the Impressionists than the bold colors of the Fauvists. Read more about Avery in today’s Artist Spotlight.
November 1, 2018
Artist Spotlight of the Day: Guy Wiggins
Continuing in the landscape tradition of his father, Carleton Wiggins, Guy Wiggins began attracting critical attention early on. At the age of 20, Wiggins became the youngest American artist to be included in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art’s permanent collection. LAMA is pleased to offer this painting in our auction featuring the Collection of Gerard L. Cafesjian, on November 18, 2018.