Akan David - African artist

Akan David «explores traditional painting using surrealism, sgraffito, chromolumism (pointillism). His works are Mostly with multiple pictorial units, elaborate and high embellished motifs and african traditonal codes like the „Nsibidi“ sometimes amalgamating them with mystical and esoteric symbols all encoded in a picture.»


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Safia Wosth - Mixed Media

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Milena Olesinska - oil paintings on canvas

Contact :milenaolesinska@wp.pl

www.iobrazy.com.pl


Oil painting on canvas 120cm x 80cm


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 Oil painting on canvas


 For Sale: Little girl in traditional Cracows outfit
Oil painting on canvas 2017 — 70cm x 50 cm
400 EURO


 

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Impressionism Ruben Galerme

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Email:rubengalerme@gmail.com

Phone:  15 6 457 9610
CABA Argentina.

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Sun effect on fruit trees.
Oil paint on hardboard in 50 x 70 cm.
Impressionist style Value: USD 960.00


 Puerto Olivos.
Oil painting on canvas in 65 x 83 cm.
Impressionist style. Value: USD 2700.00
 


A bar in Recoleta, Bs.As…
Oil Painting on hardboard in 50 x 70 cm.
Impressionist technique Value: USD 1100.00


 River and vegetation.
Oil painting on hardboard in 60 x 80 cm.,
Impressionist technique. Value: USD 1500.00

 

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Gustavo Foppiani

«Gustavo Foppiani was born the 12th july of 1925 in Piacenza and died the 5th August of 1986 in Udine.Foppiani is probably the most important artist belonging to the so called „Piacenza School“.Aesthetically speaking, he prefers a crepuscular lyricism and he uses ashen and warn tones for the passing of years on the board, that he subjects to some expert processes of getting old.
It is during the years of surrealistic and abstract landscapes, that he devotes himself to the visual research about the composition.Now, it is already present the fascination for the „symbol“ that continues also during the following phases, when the author concentrates mostly about contents, especially reflecting upon the enigma and the anxiety, creating lively sensations of mystery.
Afterwards, this symbolic-existential component is developed by Foppiani on the scope of the human figure and scenery; so, this is a narrative scenery, animated by the presence of a man, who is like a „homini lupus“.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Joan Erbe

«Born in Baltimore in 1926, Joan Erbe grew up in Windsor Hills on the West Side. Her father, a coffee salesman, often took her to circus side shows, where they were soon on a first name basis with many of the “freaks”. Her mother always encouraged her to create. As a response to a young Joan’s “I’m bored” sighs, she’d lock Joan in her room and state, “You can’t come out until you do some artwork!”
Joan attended a Maryland Institute program for children at the age of 7, studying under Perna Krick (who later became Reuben Kramer’s wife). Joan loved circus animals, and one of her paintings of elephants was published in The Baltimore Sun a year later. Helen Journeay sculpted the portrait of “Joan” at about ten years old, which now resides in the Maryland Historical Society. Ms. Erbe got involved with many older artists which further inspired her to pursue art. During her late teens, she spent summers with her aunt and uncle in upstate NY, where they hosted a variety of artists and actors, many from the Art Students League, and she eventually studied under painter Louis Bouche. The rest of the year she studied under Ann Didusch Schuler, and visiting artist Jacques Maroger. She gradually leaned towards expressionistic work.»

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Minimalism - Charlotte Posenenske

Charlotte Posenenske, née Mayer (1930–1985) was a German artist associated with the minimalist movement who predominately worked in sculpture, but also produced paintings and works on paper.
Posenenske worked in a variety of mediums, her practice becoming more abstract through the course of the 1960s.While other artists of the period worked in multiples, where a finite edition of a work could be produced, Posenenske worked in series, meaning that there was no limit to the editions. Posenenske rejected the commercial art market, offering her work for sale at its material cost. Reconstructions authorised by the artist’s estate are not replicas, and they are outwardly identical to the original prototype. Only the certificate differentiates the unsigned work from other commodities.
In 1968 Posenenske published a statement in the journal Art International referencing the reproducibility of her works, and her desire for the concept and ownership of the piece to be accessible:
I make series
because I do not want to make individual pieces for individuals,
in order to have elements combinable within a system,
in order to make something that is repeatable, objective,
and because it is economical.
The series can be prototypes for mass-production.
They are less and less recognisable as «works of art.»

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Landscapes - watercolors - Chen Chi

Chen Chi (1912–2005) was a renowned Chinese painter who became a United States citizen, where he lived and worked for much of his career.Chi was born in Wuxi, Jiangsu, China in 1912. He taught painting at the Wu Pen and Huai Chiu high schools for girls from 1938 to 1944, and at the St. John's University School of Architecture in Shanghai from 1942 to 1946. He first began exhibiting his work in annual art exhibitions in Shanghai in 1940.In 1947 Chi relocated to the United States through a cultural exchange program to paint and exhibit his work. His first one-man show in the United States was at the Village Art Center in New York City in 1947. Chi lived and worked at the National Arts Club in New York for 40 years, and in 1966 received the National Arts Club Gold Medal for Lifetime Achievement. In 1954 he was elected into the National Academy of Design as an Associate Academician, and became a full Academician in 1964.Chi's works have been shown extensively throughout the United States including at the Portland Museum of Art in Maine and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (1948); the Miami Beach Art Center (1952); the La Jolla Art Center and the Witte Museum (1953); and the Charles and Emma Frye Art Museum in Seattle (1955). He was the first living Chinese artist to be honored with a one-man retrospective of his oeuvre at Versailles, in conjunction with the first World Cultural Summit in June 2000.Chi died in 2005. In addition to his artwork in Shanghai, a collection of his papers is at Syracuse University.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Evgeny Chubarov - Russian abstract art

Evgeny Iosifovich Chubarov ( 11 December 1934 – 5 December 2012) was a Russian painter, sculptor, and graphic artist.Evgeny Chubarov was born in the village of Nizhneye Bobino in Bashkiria on 11 December 1934.
He almost didn’t go to school, working on a collective farm pasturing colts as a teenager. His passion for painting appeared in childhood, partly under the influence of his father. In his youth, Chubarov wanted to have a prestigious profession, so went to his uncle’s house in Zlatoust to study to become an engraver at a vocational school there. After graduating from the school, Chubarov entered the army and served five years in the Baltic Fleet.In 1959, Chubarov went to Saratov and then to Zagorsk (now Sergiev Posad), where he worked at the restoration studio of the sculptor Dmitry Tsaplin. In 1961, he married Lyudmila Gukovich, a pediatrician who worked in Istra. They lived in rented rooms that they had found by chance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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William Altitude - photo manipulation

 

 

 

 

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