The juxtaposition of realism and abstractionism in Jeremy Winborg’s western images.

Lover of the juxtaposition between realism and abstraction Jeremy Winborg is a contemporary American artist. In his paintings you can learn about the history and tradition of Native Americans who love to represent faithfully with original costumes and objects. Winborg began drawing as a child in her illustrator father's studio and instead began to portray Native Americans after the birth of her Navajo-born niece Layla.  His artistic production is composed of ...

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Charles Miano and Pierre Guidetti meet in a pleasant conversation under the sign of Sennelier.

Miami Niche invites you to follow, tonight at 5:00 ET PM (le 2:00pm PT) Charles Miano and Pierre Guidetti who will talk about composition, technique and quality of Sennelier pastels,  presenting the exclusive @sennelier1887, MIANO Master "Red Chalks" set.  Don't miss them on Instagram Live on @artsavoirfaire. Charles Miano and Pier Guidetti are two characters who are both funny and competent at the same time and who not only have ...

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Robert Liberace, the poet artist who with the Portrait Society of America will beat the Guinness Book of Records on World Design Day, August 27, 2020.

Robert Liberace is considered one of the most talented contemporary American artists. He has participated in several editions of FACE-Figurative Art Convention and Expo- and this year will be the icing on the cake of the 22nd edition of the Portrait Society of America, from which he received his first prize, the Grand Prize Award, in 2003 and with which in a few days, August 27 from 4:30 pm to ...

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Balthasar Denner’s court paintings, between portraits and tronie.

An exponent of a modest art form associated with bourgeois circles, Balthasar Denner (1696 - 1749) succeeded in inserting himself in the contexts dominated by German court art of the 18th century thanks to the portraits of elderly people depicted in detail. Born in Antona (the second largest city in Denmark, which was annexed at the time) Balthasar Denner was a German portrait painter who began his career as a ...

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The narrative realism of Pamela Wilson: the extraordinary conversation between elements of her own life, dreams and antiques.

An extraordinary artist for her unconventional, creative and poetic way of representing the female figure in her way of being, Pamela Wilson is one of my favourite artists: I find her works, so extraordinarily out of line, wrapped in a delicate halo between madness and magic. Pamela Wilson is a Californian artist who received her MFA from the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she also received a Regents Fellowship, ...

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The world of street art dresses up as classic with the bas-relief sculpture by VHILS

Strongly influenced by the urban development of his country - Portugal - during the 80s and 90s, Alexander Farto, is known in the environment with the AKA of VHILS. The artist developed a new way of doing street art based on the technique of bas-relief sculpture: a show and a revolution in the world of street art. An artist originally from the suburbs of Lisbon, Farto developed the project "Scratching ...

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The Old American West seen through the eyes of Morgan Weistling: between memories and collective imagination.

Think of the Old West and try to imagine scenes of everyday life, images that have arrived all over the world thanks to television and the press. Here: do you have them in mind? Now scroll through Morgan Weistling's images and discover how every image you have in mind of this legendary way is masterfully represented in detail by the works of this great contemporary painter that I met at ...

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Between feelings and affections: a journey through the artistic meanders of Jesus Emmanuel Villarreal

Sunday Morning by Jesus Emmanuel Villarreal.  Oil on panel, 32x24”.  Konrad Lorenz had demonstrated in his ethology studies that imprinting is the first form of learning through which we acquire behaviours, knowledge, skills and values, not known, in the early stages of life. Lorenz's theories have undoubtedly proved to be true for Jesus Emmanuel Villarreal who saw his father, a self-taught artist and musician, paint his canvases and play his ...

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The exaltation of nature by Giovanni Segantini.

Giovanni Segantini, 1858-1899, was a great Italian painter capable of revealing new artistic sensations that contributed to make his character a legend: he was in fact able to transform the negative events of his life into works of art. Born in Trentino Segantini was orphaned by his mother at the age of 7 and lost his father the following year.  He lived his childhood in poverty and loneliness with great ...

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The art of Dino Valls: the subconscious extrapolations between medicine and the art of the past.

The Byzantine icons recall the works of art of the Spanish artist Dino Valls. Born in Zaragoza in 1956, Dino Valls graduated in medicine and surgery and has been living and working as an artist in Madrid since 1988. IBEX Master and singular artist, Dino Valls has been able to combine the anatomical knowledge of medicine with the art of the past merging them in a splendid form of contemporary ...

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