Index of Available Art
Autumn Leaves. An artistic autumnal visit to America, the United Kingdom and Japan.
The 2013 Print Fair: Iconic New York. A celebration of Manhattan sights and sites.
A 70th Birthday Celebration. A selection of some favorite artists and artwork from A to Z.
A Celebration of Lovers and the countryside. Lovers and their Lasses in Springtime.
The 1913 Armory Show. A tribute to the 1913 International Exhibition of Modern Art, known as the Armory Show, that changed the face of American art.
Deirdre Allinson, Photographer Exciting international photographs from an emerging photographer.
Images of Black Subjects. Afro-American and Afro-European portraits.
Books on Fine Art. Individual artists, general reference, works with original prints.
The Era of Downton Abbey. The People, the Fashions, the Locale.
A Spanish Holiday. An artistic tour of Spain.
Ann Chernow: A Day at the Movies. Fine art with the feel of 1930's and 40's films.
Let Us Now Praise Famous Men. Artists, writers, political leaders.
Snowscapes in fine art. Snow January 12-14, 2011. 3 feet of snow in one fun-filled snowstorm.
I've Been Framed. Framed fine prints.
American Fine Art.
For text only, click only American. For images, click on the names in red.
British Fine Art.For text only, click on British. For images, click on the names in red type.
Continental Fine Art.For text only, click on Continental Fine Prints.
For image files, click on the names in red type.
For small images, click on Drawings.
For large images, click on the artists' names.
For a complete listing with small images, click on Paintings. For large images, click on the names below:
For a list with small images, click on Watercolors.
Click on the names in red type below for image files:
Continental and Oriental
Japanese Woodblock Prints (Ukiyoe) and Drawings.
Click on the names in red type below for the artists' image files:
Traditional Ukiyoe. Shin Hanga.
Prints $200 and Under.
For text and selected images, click on Oneunder. For images, click on the names in red.
This page has been updated March 1, 2014.
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