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January - February 2010
Gunnar Widforss: Visions of Light
Ben Long: Old Ways Made New Again
William R. Davis: Open to All, Yet Always Himself
Artists Making Their Mark: Three to Watch
The Tim Newton Collection: American Naturalism Now
Rare Glimpses of 19th-Century Paris
Art Thrives in South Central Texas
Why Collectors Collect
When Artists Paint the Hard Times

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November - December 2009
Distinct Yet Allied: Painting and Photography in Mid 19th-Century France
New Directions in Children's Portraiture
Gary Schwartz: A Force for Good in Dutch Art
Artists Making Their Mark: Three to Watch
Art at Stanford: Better than Ever
Whitman's Civil War
A New Exhibition Closely Considers an Artist's Work
Palm Beach: Rich in Art, Too
When Words Become Pictures

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September - October 2009
More than Van Gogh's Second Cousin: Anton Mauve Reconsidered
Lisa Egeli: Finding the Love
Antique Maps Chart a Course Between Past and Present
Change, for the Better, at Syracuse
Assessing the Authenticity of Your Painting
American Women Artists Head East
Artists Making Their Mark: Three to Watch
Denver: Art Capital of the Rockies
Elevating the Art of the Deal
A Tale of Two Art Books
The Accidental Collection of Carmel, California

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July - August 2009
Leonard Baskin: Jack of All Trades--and Master of All
Will Barnet's New Cache of Old Memories
Artists Making Their Mark: Three to Watch
Contemporary Botanical Art: In Full Bloom
America's Artistic Pantheon
The Artistic Librarian
An Artistic Nor'easter
A Possession that Possesses Me
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May - June 2009
Henry Ryan MacGinnis, Painter of American Landscapes
Stanley Wood: An Artist Lost, and Found
You, Too, Can Own a Rembrandt
Rembrandt Goes West
Holland's Window on Russia
Richard Schmid and His Influence
Artists Making Their Mark: Three to Watch
Palm Beach Breathes Out Again
Intimacy and Refinement: The Hamilton Collection of Terracotta Sculptures
Pretty Is Fine, But What about Ugly?
Art in Chicag A Local's Tip Sheet

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March - April 2009
Exhibition Preview: A Victorian Entrepreneur's Extraordinary Collecting Project
Paintings That Still Matter
Catharine Lorillard Wolfe: Art Matronage in the Gilded Age and Beyond
Sherry Camhy: Drawing It All Together
Three Eastern Artists and One Western Museum Create the Perfect Storm
Artists Making Their Mark: Nancy Bush, Susiehyer, and Bryan Mark Taylor
Dallas Thinks Big—about Art

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January - February 2009
A Family's Story Parallels Russia's: The Kugachs
Russian Arc: Continuity and Change in St. Petersburg
Exhibition Preview: Ann Norton's Adventure in 20th-Century Sculpture
Artists Making Their Mark: Sean Beavers, Ann Gale, and Alexandra Tyng
Driven to Collect: Walter P. Chrysler Jr. and the Chrysler Museum of Art
Hidden Collection: The Merriman Collection of Russian Realism
A Decade at the Helm in Laguna Beach: Bolton Colburn
It's Fair Season in LA
Classic and Classy: Art in Charleston

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November-December 2008
Theresa Bernstein: Rediscovering an Ashcan School Painter
Harvey Dinnerstein: A Traditionalist for All Ages
A Little Competition is a Good Thing
Sabin Howard: Energy Inside and Out
Artists to Watch: What They’re Doing Now
Exhibition Preview: The World of G.F. Watts
Hidden Collection: An Artist Truly at Home with the Past
Destination Art: Off the Beaten Track, in Manhattan
Beyond the Galleries:  The Brooklyn Museum Library Shares Its Treasures
An Art Fair in Salzburg
A Look Inside the Salmagundi Club
A Regionalist Masterpiece Deconstructed

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September-October 2008
Reclaiming Ivan Meštrović: "The Greatest Phenomenon among Sculptors"
Forging an Artistic Identity: Picasso's Self-Portrait Caricature of 1903
The Paintings of Joseph McGurl: Nature, Science, and a Bit of Magic
Artists Making Their Mark: Three to Watch
Gabriela Gonzalez Dellosso, Robert Goldstrom, and Edgar Jerins
Atlanta Rethinks the Louvre's Masterpieces
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art: A Hidden Treasure Reborn

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July-August 2008
Bessie Potter Vonnoh: A Sculptor’s Legacy in New York
In Contemporary Rhythm: The Paintings of Ernest L. Blumenschein
Timothy J. Clark: Master of Color, Light, and Shadow
A Texas Museum Collects Sculpture, and Wisely
A Missed Opportunity? The Unusual Story of America’s Rodin Museum
Artists Making Their Mark: Three to Watch
Was this Panel Painted by Turner?
Destination Art: Fine Art is Brewing in Milwaukee
Sculpture Flourishes a Mile High

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May-June 2008
Stanford White, High Society, and Portraiture
Walton Ford’s Not-So-Peaceable Kingdom
American Marine Art Lives!
Artists Making Their Mark: Three to Watch
On the Road Again
A Passion for Victorian Art: The John H. Schaeffer Collection
Deciphering Auction Records: A Little Learning Can Be a Dangerous Thing
Destination Art: Jackson Hole Hits Its Artistic Stride
Unlocking the Value of Your Art
Rediscovering Seymour Fogel

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March-April 2008
All Wet? Impressionists on the Beach
Back to Boudin
Philip Koch: Experiencing Nature, Inside and Out
Eye Candy: The Contrasts of Wayne Thiebaud
Artists Making Their Mark: Three to Watch
Discover the immense talents of Kamille Corry, Tony Pro, and Annamarie Trombetta
A World of Art, No Longer Invisible
Dreaming the Emerald City: The Evolution of Two Distinctive Seattle Museums
Selecting the Appropriate Frame: The Eliza Doolittle Principle
Tools of the Trade: Scholarly Publications Worth Knowing
Surveying Picasso: John Richardson’s Extraordinary Project
Hidden Collection: Facing the Late Victorians, The Mark Samuels Lasner Collection
Art Basel Miami Beach Gets a Reality Check
Destination Art: An Oasis for Art in Palm Desert

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January-February 2008
The Evolving Legacy of Rockwell Kent
Tracking a Force of Nature
Return to Fox Island: An Artist’s Journey through Alaska
A Moveable Feast of Spanish Art
The Gilgore Collection: A New Look at Italian Art, 1850-1925
Antiques Roadshow: Where Art, and Hope, Spring Eternal
Artists Making Their Mark: Five to Watch
It’s a Fair World, After All
Destination Art: Fine Art, Après Ski

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November-December 2007

John Sloan: Still on the American Scene
Drawing Connections: Modernist Masters Look to the Past
How to read a Modern Painting: An Interview with Jon Thompson
Artists making their mark: Three to Watch
The Human Touch
To be both engaging and mysterious: Painting Portraits of Real People
Destination Art: Scottsdale, Arizona’s Oasis of Art
Hidden Collection: Realism Now, The Peterson Collection
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September-October 2007- Sold Out

Not just a Pre-Raphaelite: Rediscovering John Everett Millais
An American Quaker collects the Pre-Raphaelites: Samuel Bancroft’s Unique Journey
“Before the Silent Smile of Nature's God”: The Transcendental Landscapes of Christopher Pearse Cranch
Soviet Socialist Realism—In Utah
And more Soviet Art—In Minnesota
The Moscow World Fine Art Fair: Observing a Field, and a Country, in Transition
Destination Art: A Hudson River Town Sheds Light on Edward Hopper’s Art
Artists making their mark: Three to Watch
A Breath of Fresh Air: Painting Nature Now
Hidden Collection: Atlanta’s Schlossberg Collection
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July-August 2007

Eternal Frida: Looking Again at Frida Kahlo
Contour, Bones, and Skin: Cézanne’s Influence on John Folinsbee
Painters of the World, Poets of the Brush
The Immoral Right: A Newly Discovered Sculpture by Aristide Maillol Is Denied Authentication
A new heyday for Figurative Sculpture
Artists making their mark: Three to Watch
Silverpoint: Old Medium, New Art
Paul Mellon: A Connoisseur Who Looked and Listened
Destination Art: The “Queen City of the West” Still Nurtures Her ArtsVictorians in Togas: Some Musings
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May-June 2007
Lawrence Alma-Tadema: The Collection of Allen Funt
Victorians in Togas: Some Musings
Daniel Graves: Making the Past Present
The Lure of Italy Endures
Artists Making Their Mark: Three to Watch
Looking for Mary Cassatt
From Your Collection: A Parisian Portrait on Lake Champlain
Hidden Collection: The Grey Collection of American Paintings
Destination Art: High Times for Art in New Mexico's High Desert
The Fair Game: TEFAF Continues its Reign

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March-April 2007

Anders Zorn Etchings
Late Victorian Watercolors: Hercules Bradazon Brabazon and Arthur Melville
Burton Silverman
Thomas William Jones
Historic Collection
Destination Art: Utah
Hidden Collection: Norbert and Elizabeth Wirsching of Manhattan
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January-February 2007- Sold Out
The Orientalist Pictures of John Frederick Lewis
Walter Shirlaw
Profile: Ted Pillsbury Heritage Auction Galleries
100 Years of Lowy Frame Company
Destination Art: South Florida
Frieze Art Fair Review
Hidden Collection:
Diamonds By the Sea-a California Collection

November/December 2006
Thomas Eakins
Benjamin Williams Leader
Collecting Fine Prints
Prints Across America
Leonard Wren
Destination Art: Connecticut
Hidden Collection:
Britain's Most British Shop Unveils Its Art Collection

September-October 2006
American Women Painters in Paris
The Landscapes of Ernest Lawson
Classical Realist: Jacob Collins
Making Movies & Art: George Gallo
Hidden Collection: The Chip Hosek Collection of American Art

July-August 2006
Rembrandt Van Rijn Biblical Paintings
William Trost Richards
19th Century Realism
David A. Leffel

Hidden Collection
: The Henry and Sharon Martin Collection of 19th Century Luminist Paintings


Starting with the July 2006 issue the magazine began a bi-monthly publishing schedule. All issues from this point forward are monthly issues.

June 2006

John William Waterhouse
Moonlight Paintings
Kevin Weckbach
Thomas Connolly
Pang Yen Chou
Brian Stewart
Hidden Collection:
The William Morris Collection of Museum-Quality Masterpieces



May 2006

The French Impressionists
Nicolai Fechin
Commissioned Portraiture
Lynn Gertenbach
Carolyn Anderson
Hidden Collection: The Kantor Collection of Early 20th-Century Masters
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April 2006

Thomas Cole
Fitz Henry Lane
The New American Luminists
Kathryn Stats
Hidden Collectrion: The Bavaro-Campagnale Collection of Argentinian Art
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March 2006

Willard Metcalf
Claude Monet and Friends: Inspired by Giverny
Welcome, Spring: Capturing the Glory of a Garden
Marilyn Simandle
David Lussier
Hidden Collectrion: The Garrett Collection of the Hudson River School of Paintings
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February 2006- Sold Out

Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida
Sam Hyde Harris
Keith Bond
Joel Knapp
Sherrill Cooper
James S. Jackson
Journey Into Art: Publisher Eric Rhoads Travels To Moscow
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January 2006

17th-Century Dutch Landscapes
Bernard Corey
The Chinese Academic Tradition
HongNian Zhang
Po Pin Lin
Huihan Liu
Mian Situ
Hidden Collections:
The Ambassador John L. Loeb Jr. Collection
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 After January 2006 the magazine changed its focus, design and its name became Fine Art Connoissuer. The following are back issues of Plein Air Magazine which was about outdoor painters and collectors of Plein Air works.


December 2005

Sanford Robinson Gifford
Utagawa Hiroshige
Walt Gonske
William Matthews
Brian Blood And Laurie Kersey
Hidden Collections:
The Donald Head Collection
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November 2005- Sold Out

William Wendt
Childe Hassam
The Magic of Miniatures
Jay Moore and Geoff Lasko
T. Allen Lawson
Hidden Collections:
The Pickering Collection
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October 2005- Sold Out

J.M.W. Turner
Indiana’s Plein-Air Tradition
Ray Strong
Karl Albert
Foster Caddell
Pam Glover
Thomas Buechner
Hidden Collections:
The Jan and MaryAnn Beekhuis Collection
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September 2005- Sold Out

Camille Pissarro
The Gruppe Family
George Carlson
Todd Williams
Skip Whitcomb
Hidden Collections: The National Arts Club

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August 2005 - Sold Out

John Henry Twachtman
Maynard Dixon
West Fraser
Gavin Brooks
Daniel E. Greene
Hidden Collections: The Jack Warner Gulf States Paper, Corporation Collection

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July 2005

William Merritt Chase
Edward Redfield
Scott Christensen
Masters & Mentors featuring:
Claude Monet/ CW Mundy
T.M. Nicholas/ Tom Nicholas
Kate Palmer/ John Henry Twachtman
Matt Smith/ Maynard Dixon
Frank Zuccarelli/ Paul Strisik
Elizibeth Tolley/ George Gibson
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot/ John Pototschnik
Ralph Oberg/ Wayne Wolfe
Thomas Creed/ Andrew Wyeth
Joe Paquet/ John Phillip Osborne
Richard Schmid/ William H. Mosby
Christopher Blossom/ John Singer Sargent
Hidden Collections: Cincinnati Art Club
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June 2005

George Innes
Paul Strisik
Albert Handell
Stephen C. Datz
Mary Pettis
Sam Adoquei
Hidden Collections:
Rediscovering Robert N. Blair

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May 2005

Eugene Bouodin
Sydney Laurence
Dennis Doheney
Charles Muench
Todd Reifers
Quang Ho
Hidden Collections:
The Fred Ross Collection

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April 2005

The Hudson River School
The NEW Hudson River School
Asher B. Durand
Jane Bloodgood Abrams
Frank Serrano

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March 2005

John Singer Sergent
Aldro T. Hubbard
Trevor Chamberland
Don Demers
Zenaida Mott
Chateau des Arts

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February 2005

Sergi Bongart
Traditions of Russian Open-Air Paining
Ned Mueller
Scott Burdick
Monhegan Island Traditions

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January 2005

Grandville Redmond's Tonalism
Orgins of Plein Air Painting
Matt Smith
C.W. Mundy
Mary DeLoyht-Arendt
Wind River Mountain Plein Air Trip

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December 2004

Theodore Robinson
Charles-Francois Daubigny
Kenn Backhaus
Jean LeGassick
Worldwide Paint Out

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November 2004

John Stobart
John Constable
The Roots of American Plein Air Painting
Gay Faulkenberry
T.M. Nicholas
Randall Sexton

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October 2004-Sold Out

Winslow Homer
Martain Johnson Heade
Kevin MacPherson
John Modesitt
Gil Dillinger
Clive Pates

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September 2004- Sold Out

Richard Schmid at 70
Claude Lorrain
John Frost
Peter Adams
Ray Roberts
Daniel Gerhartz
Mark Lague

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Inaugural Issue 2004- Sold Out

Edgar Alwin Payne
Elsie Palmer Payne
Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot
Camille Przewodek
Jack Cassinetto
Ken Auster
Frank LaLumia"Madlyn-Ann C. Woolwich

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