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ALBERT GLEIZES (1881/1953), FRENCH CUBIST PAINTER – The multiplicity of pictorial points of view

AN SELF-TAUGHT MAN, AMONG THE LEADING REPRESENTATIVES OF CUBISM – Albert Gleizes: from the fervor of the Salon des Indépendants to the quiet of Saint-Rémy de Provence ALBERT GLEIZES 1/3 – Frenchman, who was born in Paris was greatly influenced by Cézanne, before becoming a painter linked to the Cubist movement. His first paintings were impressionist landscapes, but he broke ...

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MADELINE VON FOERSTER, (1973), AMERICAN PAINTER – When paintings are passionately relevant to the present

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ROMAINE BROOKS (1874/1970), AMERICAN PAINTER – Away from the artistic movements of her time

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ERIC FISCHL (1948), AMERICAN PAINTER – The chronicler of the shabby figures

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LOOK WHICH CAN TURN INTO A PENETRATING SEDUCTION – Malcolm Liepke, among loving mothers and seductive girls

MALCOLM LIEPKE 1/3 – He was born in 1953 and raised in Minneapolis. He studied at the Art Center College of Design (in Pasadena, California), but dropped out after a year and a half, moving to New York, where he began studying on his own. Through his subjects he delves into various realms of human nature. He paints from photographs ...

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MALCOLM LIEPKE, (1953), AMERICAN PAINTER – Painting from photographs

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PEREGRINE HEATHCOTE – Each his canvas suggests a story

PEREGRINE HEATHCOTE 1/3 – He was born in London in 1973 and spent his childhood living in both Britain and Dubai . He was the youngest ever student of Heatherly College of Art in London. Aged just eight years old, he attended holiday classes in printmaking and drawing. Son of an Antiques dealer specializing in military, he was brought up ...

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PEREGRINE HEATHCOTE (1973), ENGLISH PAINTER – Glory and pseudo-nostalgia of 1930s days

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KELLY REEMTSEN – status of being modern female = some women are becoming the men?

KELLY REEMTSEN 1/3 – She was born in Flint, Michigan, US in 1967. She studied Fashion Design and Painting at Central Michigan University and California State University Long Beach and now is based in Los Angeles, California. The paintings for which Kelly Reemtsen is best known are depictions of the role of the modern woman. Her work has been exhibited throughout the ...

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KELLY REEMTSEN (1967), AMERICAN PAINTER – what we can’t see is her face

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