“Celebrating America’s Great Gollectors”, February 2015
Michael Huffington is a film producer and founder of Huffington Pictures, based in the western US….Working directly with the artist is the most enjoyable and rewarding experience for me as a collector, he says. Nine portraits have come from the easel of Adrian Gottlieb (“one of the finest portraitists in the US today”), including portraits of Huffington and the director Niclas Gillis.
by Peter Trippi
Editor, Fine Art Connoisseur
“Foreword”: Adrian Gottlieb Catalog (soon to be published)
At the forefront of this revival of classical art disciplines… has been the American artist Adrian Gottlieb, one of the most talented and accomplished painters in contemporary Representational Art….in these paintings we see exhibited an artist with a mastery not only of draftsmanship and design, but also of his medium.
by Matthew Innes
Editor, Underpaintings Magazine
“Adrian Gottlieb A New Old Master”, Fall/Winter 2014-15
Enter his studio and you step into the sacred world of high art. There is a sense of quiet and peacefullness to the space, like a ballet studio when a master class is about to begin.
by Molly Siple
writer, California Art Club Newsletter
“Painter Spotlight: Adrian Gottlieb, a Poet with Paint”, 2014
Adrian Gottlieb is considered to be one of the best living portrait painters in the world. A true poet with paint, he manages to imbue his works with an exceptional sensitivity that sets him aside from many of his technically acclaimed peers.
by Wim Van Aalst
writer, Epoch Times Magazine
The 25th anniversary commemorative book, The Florence Academy of Art: The First 25 Years, March 25, 2015
This 300-page volume chronicles the school’s fabled history, telling the full story of its founding and evolution and featuring artwork and historical images from the academy’s leaders, faculty, and alumni. Written and edited by Allison Malafronte, with more than 500 full-color images and detailed information and interviews from their most important figures, The Florence Academy of Art: The First 25 Years is an important visual and written record of one school’s international influence on several generations of draftsmen, painters, and sculptors.