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Classical Realism: A Living Artistic Tradition

By Stephen Gjertson
The Origin of the Phrase

The expression “Classical Realism,” when applied to a specific group of artists, originated with Minneapolis artist Richard Lack (1928-2009). Lack studied with Boston artist R. H. Ives Gammell (1893-1981) during the early 1950s. In 1967 he established Atelier Lack, a studio-school of fine art patterned after the ateliers of [...]

The Mistress of All Masters

By Stephen Gjertson
This article was originally published in The American Society of Classical Realism – Salon 1992, exhibition catalog, Heritage Art Gallery, Alexandria, VA. 
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Foundations are important. Everything that is made or thought is as sound or as valid as its foundation. If the foundation is weak or [...]

The Ateliers of R. H. Ives Gammell and Richard F. Lack

On Motion in Art

Considering the Relationships Among Patronage, Training and the Arts
By Stephen Gjertson
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The contemporary artist who wishes to follow in the footsteps of the great painters of the past must come to grips with two intimately intertwined facts: the reality of the twentieth century philosophic and artistic system and the [...]

In Response to the Man with the Camera

By Stephen Gjertson
This article is adapted from one with the same title that appeared in the Classical Realism Quarterly, September 1989.
It was a sultry summer afternoon in central Minnesota. I was painting about three yards from Minnehaha Creek, made famous by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in his poem The Song of Hiawatha. I had been working [...]

The American Society of Classical Realism

A Legacy of Preserving and Promoting the Fine Craft of Picture Making
By Stephen Gjertson
This is adapted from an article published in the Winter 2006 issue of the Classical Realism Newsletter.

For centuries, the broad objectives of Western European art have been clear: skillful workmanship, fine drawing, balanced composition, the sensitive representation of the visible world and [...]