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The Brinton Museum in Big Horn, Wyoming, is currently showcasing thirty-four mesmerizing paintings by this internationally known American painter.
Experts have come to acknowledge this artist as one of the leaders of late 19th-century America’s trompe l’oeil movement.
Humans seem to be hardwired to cherish flowers, so it's no surprise that visual artists have for centuries expressed their own admiration in diverse ways...
Thomas Eakins, the great realist painter, photographer, sculptor, and instructor, is closely associated with Philadelphia. But he also spent time in another northeastern state ...
Benedict’s fascinations with systems of belief ranging from the biblical to the occult are embedded in his work, as are literary references and contemporary allusions. His paintings deliberately ...
Preston spent his teen years developing as a musician and as a budding artist studying Flemish still life paintings. See a selection of his oil paintings here.
In this upcoming exhibition, enjoy a blend of contemporary and classical realism and styles such as trompe l'oeil, magic realism, contemporary realism and photorealism.
Brendan Johnston gives us a glimpse into his world, as shown in this still life that includes objects of inspiration and practicality. Keep reading to learn more about Johnston and his process.
Many adjectives have been used to describe the work of Scott Fraser: quirky, intense, humorous, thoughtful; but above all, there is a sense of the personal in his unique compositions.
These works celebrate that the contemporary realism movement is alive and well, and growing strong. See for yourself in this exhibition preview.
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