American Art Review chronicles the emergence and growth of American painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture and decorative arts . . . with intelligence, sensitivity, style, authority and historical insight.
Our sources are the museums, galleries, archives, universities, private collections, families and friends of the artists, wherever the most significant American art now resides.
Never in the history of American art publishing has there been a magazine which covers the field with American Art Review's breadth, depth and imagination. If you are a connoisseur - or would like to become one - American Art Review is for you.
Renewal Scam Still On Going, October 2013
It has again come to our attention that dishonest companies are targeting our subscribers, and those of many other magazines, in a renewal scam. While we have reported this problem to the US Postal Service, stopping it is beyond our control.
A 3-year subscription to American Art Review is $55.95. If you renew your subscription through this fraudulent request, you will be charged a 93% or higher premium that is unnecessary.
If you have received one of these notices, please call their customer service number (usually found on the front and back side of the form to have your address removed. Because these companies are not in any way affiliated with American Art Review, we cannot make this request for you.
A valid renewal invoice from our magazine should be mailed to Stratham, NH 03885 and any payments must be made payable to American Art Review.