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Category figurative painting - Page 2

Deborah Bowe, the complex frailty of the human soul

Deborah Bowe, the complex frailty of the human soul

ARTIST STATEMENT Creating art is my recollection of fragments of emotions, moods and feelings that are transferred and visualized onto canvas. I portray the...

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Inez Storer, an imagined surreal journey

Inez Storer, an imagined surreal journey

My work usually has an aspect of implied history, both through the use of the figure as well as objects that are a part...

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Philippe Caspar, painting with brute force color

Philippe Caspar, painting with brute force color

Born in Strasbourg in 1982, Philippe Caspar is a graphic designer; self-taught artist, mostly influenced by cinema, literature, music and comics. Caspar has been...

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Marcelle Hanselaar, who we are when the mask is off

Marcelle Hanselaar, who we are when the mask is off

Recently the Metropolitan Museum of art in New York acquired the complete set of Marcelle Hanselaar’s The Crying Game prints, the Ashmolean Museum in...

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Nigel Cox, photorealistic oil paintings, views from above

Nigel Cox, photorealistic oil paintings, views from above

  Nigel Cox was a previous finalist in the prestigious Royal Society of Portrait Painters Annual Exhibition in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, and...

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Alan Feltus, Awakenings: Becoming an Artist

Alan Feltus, Awakenings: Becoming an Artist

by Alan Feltus Why do certain people decide to become artists? What experiences, personal attributes and cultural cross currents come into play that lead...

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