Ruth Fine was a distinguished curator over four decades for the National Gallery of Art, Washington.
Printmaking: Intentions and AspirationsBy Ruth Fine
This project developed from a conversation between Phong Bui and myself about art in the United States since what has long been referred to as the mid-20th century Print Renaissance, and my belief in the critica impact of printmaking on artists work in other media.
On Larry DayBy Phong Bui , Sid Sachs, Ruth Fine, Bill Valerio, and Richard Torchia
On November 7, 2021, Woodmere Art Museum in Philadelphia hosted a panel discussion on the exhibition Body Language: The Art of Larry Day, which was organized by Woodmere in conjunction with the Rosenwald-Wolf Galleries at University of the Arts and Arcadia Exhibitions at Arcadia University.
Soutine/de Kooning: Conversations in PaintBy Ruth Fine
Soutine de Kooning: Conversations in Paint is comprised of approximately 50 energetic and ravishing paintings, each of them a special treat to encounter, all the more so at this time in which visits to museums have been radically curtailed.