February 8, 2017
Few artists of the last half of the twentieth-century had as much impact on representational art as did Richard F. Lack (1928-2009). Despite that, neither his name nor his works are as well-known as are some of his contemporaries like Andrew Wyeth. That is a shame, because were it not for him and his teacher, R. H. Ives Gammell, contemporary art would not be what it currently is today. November 2, 2016
It is likely that you have never heard of Archibald Standish Hartrick. That is not surprising, and I suspect that he was not as well-known in his lifetime as were many of his friends and contemporaries - Sargent and Whistler among them. Nonetheless, He made an outstanding contribution to the written record of Sight-Size. November 15, 2014
Charles Hopkinson was born in 1869, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. After graduating from Harvard he began his formal artistic training at the Art Students' League in New York. While at the ASL, he studied cast drawing under Twachtman and the figure under Mowbray. August 15, 2014
Back in 2007, Mr. Hunter (and American Artist) gave me permission to reproduce an interview Mr. Hunter did with Richard Goetz of American Artist Magazine. The copyright remains with American Artist, 1970. Other than the diagram, none of the following images were in the original article.