Jacqueline Lewis

Jacqueline Lewis
Jacqueline Lewis is a History of Art & Architecture graduate. While studying art, she worked in the research department of The Chicago History Museum and wrote articles for Chicago Gallery News. Now, she is the Assistant Director of a long-standing, prestigious art gallery in Chicago. Throughout the year she works at major art events like the New York IFPDA Print Fair, SOFA and EXPO Chicago. She also writes and publishes articles about the art scene and historical topics.

Ivan Albright: The Master of Decay & Memento Mori

Ivan Albright (1897-1983) was an American artist who painted with a very distinct style. It is hard to mistake his detailed, morbid

5 Techniques of Printmaking as Fine Art

Printmaking, as an artform, has existed in China since 105 AD and made its appearance in European art during the 15th century. Though printed impressions are not one of a kind

7 Famous Photographers Who Captured Nudes

The idea of sending and selling nude photographs may seem to be a contemporary idea. The saying “sex sells” is cliché, but it does hold a great deal of truth.

Nude Photographs in Auction

When famous works that capture the essence of the artist go up for auction, their value increases given the importance to the oeuvre. Here are recent auction results to consider.