Category portrait painting - Page 2

Byron Taylor, female form as reflection of the Goddess

Byron Taylor, female form as reflection of the Goddess

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been an artist. My mother was an artist, so, as a child, the materials and inspirations...

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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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Andrew Myers, faces in prints to installations

Andrew Myers, faces in prints to installations

Loud & Clear Andrew’s second charcoal drawing from a new series that he’s creating is called “Loud & Clear” – measures 48” x 72”...

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Patrick Earl Hammie, Parent Portraits

Patrick Earl Hammie, Parent Portraits

Parent Portraits Portraits of Carolyn and Ervin Hammie, 2019, oil on linen, 36 x 60 inches © Patrick Earl Hammie Westbeth Gallery 57 Bethune...

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David Mayernik, working in the way of the Old Masters

David Mayernik, working in the way of the Old Masters

The classical art of the Renaissance tradition is rooted in drawing. It is this fundamental skill that allows the painter to design buildings, the...

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