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Contemporary Figurative Art by Leona Gamble

Contemporary Figurative Art by Leona Gamble

Why do we love contemporary figurative art? Maybe for its close bond with reality and striking imagery deriving from it? Or because of its deeply sensitive nature that allows artists to explore the objects from different perspectives? The truth is ...

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Introducing a New Painting by Marco Casalvieri

Introducing a New Painting by Marco Casalvieri

The way human beings feel emotions is one of the most puzzling and subtle things in our controversial nature. We hardly can interpret it without being subjective and temperamental at least a little. Many artists are assiduously and ticklishly mastering ...

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Striking Oil Paintings by Trisha Lambi

Striking Oil Paintings by Trisha Lambi

Anyone can pick up a brush and stroke color across the canvas, but only someone with a special eye can create a masterpiece. Each artist has their own style and stroke, all brought together by technique. Those who choose to ...

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The Jeanne Oosting Prize Goes to Hanna Van Bart

The Jeanne Oosting Prize Goes to Hanna Van Bart

The Jeanne Oosting Prize is awarded every year to two artists working in a figurative style. It was created almost fifty years ago, in 1970, by Adriana Johanna Wilhelmina (Jeanne) Bieruma Oosting. She was a Dutch sculptor, graphic artist, painter, ...

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Retrospective Exhibition of Mark Rothko in Vienna

Retrospective Exhibition of Mark Rothko in Vienna

One of the most signature Vienna exhibitions of 2019 opened on March 12 at one of the most famous art galleries in the Austrian capital – The Kunsthistorisches Museum. For the first time in Austria is presented an overview of the ...

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“What Absence Is Made Of” – Art Gallery Installations Representing Absence

“What Absence Is Made Of” – Art Gallery Installations Representing Absence

The unusual exhibition titled “What Absence Is Made Of” held in the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum collected 70 artworks created over the past 70 years. For the first time masterpieces by such renowned artists as Joseph Beuys, Gerhard Richter, Huang Yong ...

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