Stories

People like you have shared their ideas, knowledge, and stories as they relate to the art in our collection. Read about what people think about the art and artists you love here. Visit an individual work of art or artist page to add your story to our collection.

  • About "Steffi Greenbaum: Dancers"

    The original title of this print is "Dancers", one of a limited edition of about five.

    Steffi Greenbaum
  • About "Frank Galuszka: Friends"

    Rich luscious light - this is a terrific example of realist allegory.

    Xtina
  • About "Domenic DiStefano: After the Storm"

    its just wonderful sir.

    Nabin Pradhan
  • About "Elizabeth Kitchenman Coyne: Martin’s Hackeys"

    Elizabeth Kitchenman Coyne is also in the permanent collection of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art and was a subject of biographical record in Who's Who in American Art. Full biography available online at Askart.com and the archives of the National Museum of Women in the Arts

    Charles C. Coyne
  • About "Elizabeth Kitchenman Coyne: Martin’s Hackeys"

    Elizabeth Kitchenman Coyne should be cross referenced as an impressionist, Pennsylvania Impressionist Movement, and landscape artist

    Charles C. Coyne
  • About "Elizabeth Kitchenman Coyne: Martin’s Hackeys"

    This painting is a theme from my great-aunts youth. I have a small drawing apparently done before she studied art, and also a later pencil study on brown paper. I also have some concern that it Is mid catalogued as "Martin's Hackneys" and may be "Mare and Foal "

    Charles C. Coyne