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While sales of the original piece may have occurred, each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Tuesday 2002 Full Bloom by John Macarthur
Paris Now and Then #1 by John Macarthur
Montmartre Quickly by John Macarthur
Machu Pichu journey by John Macarthur
Paris Twilight by John Macarthur
New Orleans Blues by John Macarthur
Quarantine by John Macarthur
Noon at Les Deux Magots by John Macarthur
Bridge in Firenze by John Macarthur
The Farm by John Macarthur
Ft Smallwood Beach #2 by John Macarthur
Pont VanGogh 2 by John Macarthur
Late Fall Afternoon on the Seine by John Macarthur
Measuring Up by John Macarthur
Windmill in France by John Macarthur
Ft Smallwood Beach #1 by John Macarthur
Sleeping Ellicott City by John Macarthur
Georgetown Sketch by John Macarthur
First Fairway Gunpowder by John Macarthur
Fall Ball on the Mall by John Macarthur
Cherry Blossoms on the Mall #2 by John Macarthur
Montmartre 1 by John Macarthur
Winter Corner by John Macarthur
State Theater Fairfax by John Macarthur
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A quick overview of JMac
A child prodigy. At the age of four he began wielding a brush. He began experimenting with natural objects creating pigment at the age of six. As an young teen, one of his first portraits was admired by President Kennedy. Before he reached the age of twenty, he became one of the infamous "Artist of Jackson Square" in New Orleans. Then, as with most child prodigies, he vanished from the art scene.
It would be almost 25 years before he appeared again. He began painting and selling art again in the early 90's. Once again, his work was sought after. The Governor of Maryland's wife collected a painting at a show in Baltimore. Then, the Maryland Jockey Club commissioned him to do the promotional artwork for the 2002 and 2003 Preakness Stakes. He created artwork for the Marriot Corporation, Ingram Entertainment, Providence Hospital, America On Line (AOL), First American, the Spy Museum and several other businesses large and small.
In the midst of this commercial revival, he opened MacArthur Studio. The first location was in Laurel, Md. He then moved to Aspen Hill, Md before finally moving to his current location in Rockville Maryland. His commercial work came to an end and his art became the talk of the town. The last ten years have been yet another awakening as he has entered shows and events throughout the state. The walls of his studio now feature over 20 first place ribbons awarded by various judges in shows he has entered.
Beginning in 2016, he went to Europe and visited France, Italy, Germany, Spain and the Netherlands. His passion was rejuvenated. He traveled from Paris to Aix, from Provence to Rome, Cinque Terra to Borano, Bruge to Amsterdam, His art took on a new zest and once again the world is discovering John MacArthur.
He continues to remain active and just this year (2022) has won another 9 first place ribbons out of 18 shows entered.