Fine Art Connoisseur serves art collectors and enthusiasts with innovative articles about representational paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints — both historical and contemporary, American and European. Over the past decade, the magazine has developed a particularly strong reputation for its editorial coverage of realism, a field of artistic excellence generally overlooked by other periodicals. Published six times per year, Fine Art Connoisseur is now a widely consulted platform for the world’s most knowledgeable experts, who write articles that inform readers and give them the tools necessary to make better purchasing decisions. Fine Art Connoisseur’s jargon-free text and large color illustrations are attracting an ever-growing readership passionate about high-quality artworks and the fascinating stories around them. In addition to artworks and artists, Fine Art Connoisseur covers the museums, galleries, fairs, auction houses, and private collections where great art is found. In all cases, the magazine seeks to avoid the “same old” stories that other periodicals cover, instead seeking out fresh material others miss or ignore.
About Editor Peter Trippi
Peter Trippi has edited Fine Art Connoisseur since 2006. Previously, he directed New York’s Dahesh Museum of Art, which specialized in 19th-century European academic painting and sculpture; before that, he held senior posts at the Brooklyn Museum and Baltimore Museum of Art. In 2002, Phaidon Press published Trippi’s monograph J W Waterhouse, which reassesses the Victorian painter best known for his Lady of Shalott at Tate Britain. Trippi went on to co-curate the Waterhouse retrospective that appeared 2008-2010 in the Netherlands, England, and Canada. He is currently president of Historians of British Art, former chair of the Courtauld Institute of Art’s U.S. Alumni Group, and a board member of the Association of Historians of Nineteenth-Century Art, American Friends of Attingham, and Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation.
About Editorial Submissions
Anyone wishing to suggest a topic or submit information for publication in Fine Art Connoisseur is invited to e-mail its editor, Peter Trippi, at email@example.com. All ideas are welcome, though they should always relate to representational paintings, sculpture, drawings, or prints. (Fine Art Connoisseur does not generally cover photography, film, video, abstraction, installations, or decorative art forms.) The magazine is published on January 1, March 1, May 1, July 1, September 1, and November 1. If you would like to see your news appear in, for example, the July 1 issue, please ensure that it has been sent to Peter Trippi no later than May 15. (This is 45 days ahead of the magazine’s publication date.) The earlier you send the information, the larger the editorial coverage is likely to be. Because the volume of incoming communications is very high, it is not always possible for the editorial team to acknowledge every message. We thank you for your patience, and for your interest.