a delicate balance

23 10 2016

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Abraham Hadad

20 01 2016

Abraham Hadad





Nigel Tomm

15 12 2015

Nigel Tomm’s work





The Box

3 12 2015

The Box is available at Smashwords





reclining nude 3

19 09 2015

reclining nude 3





Nikolay Reznichenko

25 07 2015

Look at the stories. And the interesting way he tells them. There is a dance passing through each piece. Nikolay Reznichenko

Nikolay Reznichenko was born in Saratov region of Russia, in 1958.
From 1982 Nikolay had lived in Karelia (Russia), where he taught painting and graphics. It was in Karelia, in 1986, where his first exhibition took place. Its success determined the future success of his works in many other exhibitions.

That same year he moved to St Petersburg. From 1989 Nikolay Reznichenko was a member of Free Arts Association where he permanently participates in all exhibitions. To a considerable extent his art was influenced by the Russian Orthodox tradition of icon painting; he has direct experience in working with icons and restoring them.





Carmen Sorrenti

14 06 2015

Probably a little sentimental for my usual tastes, still I love the colours.

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François Boucher

8 05 2015

François Boucher (French pronunciation: ​[fʁɑ̃swa buʃe]) (29 September 1703 – 30 May 1770) was a French painter in the Rococo style. Boucher is known for his idyllic and voluptuous paintings on classical themes, decorative allegories, and pastoral scenes. He was perhaps the most celebrated painter and decorative artist of the 18th century. He also painted several portraits of his patroness, Madame de Pompadour.

Painting for the generation before the French Revolution, you can see the boredom and decadence of the French Royalty. Life was going to change very quickly and very violently.

 





Lucian Freud

5 03 2015

I have found Freud’s work almost painful to look at. The characters all look like they’re in some long drawn out depression. Or at least a bad mood. Nevertheless it is beautiful work. He is in a way handicapped by his family’s name. People automatically associate his work with Sigmund Freud’s ideas. Perhaps someone could make a case for it but I don’t see it.





Kyle Ranson

10 02 2015

This guy’s work is awesome. Charged with colour. Bloody exciting. Kyle Ranson

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