Artist Kelly Foss has just completed her second master copy at a John Singer Sargent painting at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The results speak for themselves.
Drawing New York
The Morgan Library and Museum have generously given Drawing New York a ticket to giveaway to our members for, A New Renoir with the museum director.
We are thrilled to let our members know about our brand new oil painting studio located in the historic National Arts Club on Gramercy Park South. Join us for an upcoming session with only 6 students.
A City for Corduroy, the work of artist Don Freeman, the creator of the children’s book series Corduroy. MCNY delivers powerful experiences every time.
The current exhibition of J.R.R. Tolkien’s work on view at The Morgan Library and Museum is a refreshing reminder that creativity can break the bounds of simple labels like painter or writer.
Students often ask what they can do to improve their drawings. While I recommend studying with trusted teachers, learning online and in books, and of course practicing drawing, I always encourage them to…
Following a tour of the exhibition, Invention and Design: Early Italian Drawings at the Morgan, participants will return to the studio classroom for a short demonstration by artist and educator, Simon Levenson, National Arts Club drawing instructor.
Here is a short video of our tour at Leon Tovar Gallery where we heard about the work of Agustín Fernández. Drawing New York hosted Fine Art Tours during Master Drawings New York.
This year we are proud to be partnering with Master Drawings New York to organize small group tours throughout Master Drawings week. W. M. Brady & Co.
Drawing New York hosted Fine Art Tours during Master Drawings New York. Here is a short video of our tour at Findlay Gallery where we learned about a Maurice Prendergast drawing.