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Five Star Artists

Most famous artists of all time. Grandma Moses / Anna Mary Robertson Moses  (1860 – 1961) A National Icon who portrayed 19th century New England.    Grandma Moses, or Anna Mary Robertson Moses, remains the #1 most famous primitive artist, ever. Grandma Moses Video, Brief biography and artwork. President Harry S. Truman presented her with […]

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Supplies For Artists    

Supplies For Artists In 1949 I was six, or seven years old, once a week, on our back and white television Jon Nagy would teacch how to draw, using charcoal, blending stubs and fixative, dispensed through a ‘mouth blower’.  I don’t believe airosole spray cans were commonly available, then.  Click in the MENU, “Fast, Fun & Effective Ways […]

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New York City’s Historic Artist Studios.

Edward Hopper                                                        3 Washington Square North, Greenwich Village, Manhattan From 1913 until his death in 1967, painter Edward Hopper lived and worked in the fourth floor of a […]

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Fast, Fun & Effective Ways, To Paint & Draw!

Then and now! About 1948 we got a Television.   It was a 17″- black and white “GE”, housed in a blond wood cabinet and filled with tubes that blew out every once in awhile… and we were ‘absolutely’ thrilled, because TV was state of the art and amazing in that era.  Earlier TVs had smaller, often […]

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Compensation Disclosure This policy is valid from December 2016. Flatfish 101.com & art-ny.gallery are websites written and/or edited by me, Marvin L. Piller. For questions about these blogs, please contact me at artny@gmail.com or, marvin.tothepoint@gmail.com. My websites accept commissions from advertisers and sponsors and will accept paid insertions and or other forms of compensation. I […]

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Art-NY-NEWS

13September2016 Hi friends,  With my new web-site still building, I have an unusually keen interest in the New York art market, where ‘billions’ change hands every year.  I guess this deception hit the news, because Alec Baldwin, a theatrical mega-star, who thought he snagged a bargain, was swindled.  Alec Baldwin paid $190,000.00 including commission, a mere […]

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NY – Art Fairs

What, Where & Why Are There So Many Art Fairs in New York? There are Art Fairs throughout the year in New York. Art fairs are ‘NOT’ street fairs, although they may be held outdoors on the sidewalk and on a street. ‘Art Fairs’ provide venues to display and sell art that is good, reasonable and often juried. […]

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Art-NY Galleries

Art Galleries In New York – Introduction First, what is an ‘art gallery’.  * GALLERIES display sell and auction art ‘SELECTED’ by gallery owners, curators, critics and or a collective, that may manage the gallery. Firms like “Christie’s” and “Southerby’s” own many showrooms, nationally and internationally. Some owners are also collectors, patrons and promoters of talent, they themselves […]

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