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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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PATRICK KRAMER, AMERICAN PAINTER – Hyperrealistic Oil Paintings

PATRICK KRAMER 1/3 – He is a painter by profession (a perfectionist by nature). It’s no wonder he got drawn to realism, where everything need to be just right, in order for it to be convincing. He is a hyper realistic painter originally from Kaysville (Utah), the youngest child of German immigrants. Working from photos, he paint whatever captures his ...

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