Graffiti is something most all people consider art today, but would not have been during the Renaissance. Graffiti is considered street art and during the Renaissance, they would not have gone through their streets and painted random things. Their work
RICHARD BURLET, is an abstract-figurative artist of French origin, whose paintings are born of an inspiration that is French by inclination & Viennese by influence. Burlet's paintings are a new-age revival of the Art Nouveau style. The highly praised works of Gustav Klimt, are the greatest influences to Burlet's artwork. He studied at the prestigious Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts & his paintings are a blend of gold & silver leafs, oriental designs & vibrant colors.