Based in St. Louis, Missouri, we are the world's largest publisher of fine art commemorating special events. We pride ourselves on a mission to produce and market the highest quality art globally.
Fine Art has established itself as the leading publisher of fine commemorative art for world-class international events. A highlight of our past events includes:
- US Olympic Games since 1988 - 2011 (13 consecutive Olympic Games for Fine Art, Ltd).
- The 100th Anniversary of the Statue of Liberty
- The 50th Anniversary of the March of Dimes
- The 500th Anniversary of Columbus discovering America
- The 100th Anniversary of Carnegie Hall
- The Fall of the Berlin Wall
- The Men’s and Women’s World Cup Soccer Event
We have been honored to work with such renowned artists as:
- Roy Lichtenstein
- Robert Rauschenberg
- Peter Max
- Hiro Yamagata
- Michel Delacroix
- Georg Baselitz
- Cristobal Gabarron
- Donald Wiegand
- Dr. Maya Angelou
- and many more
Fine Art Ltd. also works with organizations such as the United States Olympic Committee (USOC), commissioning commemorative artwork for the Olympic Games. United States Sports Academy (USSA) in the Sport Artist of the Year program. American Sport Art Museum and Archives (ASAMA), Fine Art Ltd., was instrumental in developing the ASAMA sports art collection and the dedication of the ASAMA building.
Fine Art Ltd. was presented with the very prestigious international ARCALE 2000 award in Salamanca, Spain, for its contribution to the art society through the promotion of contemporary artists.
The artwork published by Fine Art Ltd. for its diverse project list is primarily limited editions in prints - lithographs, serigraphs, or giclee - and sculpture - mostly cast bronze or silver using the lost wax process. Often the prints will also be reproduced as posters. Once the limited edition is completed, the screens, plates, or molds used to create it are destroyed to ensure the publication's integrity. Our commissioned art may be found in some of the most prestigious buildings globally, including the Smithsonian Institute, the National Gallery in Washington, D.C., the White House, and the International Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland.