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Feb 12, 2012
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Beautiful Rose paintings by Alexei Antonov. Alexei is a Russian born fine artist who is fascinated by the classical painting. Classical realism is a creative process of the piece of art with the precise following of the rules and requirements which have been created during Renaissance Epoch and polished up later by the greatest artists from generation to generation.
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Feb 10, 2012
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Born in London in 1973, Peregrine Heathcote spent his childhood living in both Britain and Dubai where his imagination was free to flourish as he witnessed an international jet set culture. Hence it is no surprise that the artist’s imagery reflects a provocative Silver Screen theatrical quality. In 1995 Peregrine graduated from the Florence Academy of Art and since that time he has been profiled by the BBC in a documentary about his portraits resulting in international exposure. Heathcote’s images of beautiful women stepping off bullet trains in addition to his Gatsby-esque characters embarking on luxurious voyages via vintage aircrafts and cruise ships, conjure a world of intoxicating glamour and intrigue. The artist uniquely blends a sense of nostalgia with the contemporary world while creating narrative stories in paint. Notably, he has exhibited at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, the Royal Academy, and Hampton Court. In addition his paintings have been auctioned at Christie’s Auction House, King Street, London. Presently Peregrine is including Newbury Fine Arts as a primary source for his artwork in the East Coast of the United States.
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Feb 6, 2012
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Gouache, acrylic on wood panel paintings by Kazuki Takamatsu. Mr. Kazuki was born in 1978 and was graduated in Tohoku University of Art and Design.
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Feb 6, 2012
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Through colour, scale and gesture, Nick Lepard’s most recent portrait celebrate painting’s physicality, both in terms of its application and its dependence on space in the real world. The images are bright and playful, but also macabre and grotesque.
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Feb 4, 2012
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Born in Beijing, Li Guijun is an aritist from China . He graduated from the middle school of the Central Arts Institute of China in 1984 and finished his undergraduate study in the institute in 1988. He also involved the postgraduate courses in the same institute and got a diploma in 1995.He is teaching in the middle school of the institute. His works were featured on many large scale arts exhibitions both at home and abroad. He also held personal exhibitions in Singapore, Thailand, Belgium, Hong Kong and Taiwan. His collections of works-Opening the Door and A Season of Dreams, were published in Hong Kong.
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Jan 31, 2012
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Glamorous Paintings by Konstantin Razumov. Konstantin is A young and talented artist from Russia, he has painted all kinds of subjects, from glamorous ladies to landscapes. His bright colours, the smoothness of the skin in his nudes, the expressive features of his characters, distinguish his paintings. Razumov has a vibrant shimmering brushstroke plus a mastery of light and excellent draftsmanship. Faithful to early Impressionism, he nonetheless adds some modern touches which are most obvious in his beautiful charming, soft and sensuous. Razumov is at his graceful best when his subjects are young ladies.
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Jan 31, 2012
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Marney grew up in North Vancouver in the sixties and has been interested in perception, consciousness and creativity for most of her life. In the late sixties and early seventies, she earned a Ph.D. from UBC on the art and poetry of William Blake.
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Jan 28, 2012
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Duma was born in Lisbon, in 1973. Lives and works in Oeiras, Portugal. She studied advertising in IADE (Visual Arts, Design & Marketig Institute) and also studied Painting and Drawing at the National Society of Fine Arts, in Lisbon.
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