Francoise Gilot--Artist / Muse
Francoise and Picasso via Dear Golden Francoise Gilot via Vincent Mann Gallery via Vincent Mann Gallery Francoise Gilot, artist, writer, -- lover, and artistic muse to Picasso--and mother of Picasso's children, Claude and Paloma. To learn more about this extraordinary woman, visit Museworthy, and Gallery M.
Memory in Action: An Interview with Martin Campos - Painting Perceptions
Interview by Elana Hagler (Ed. note: untitled cityscapes are approx. 6 x 6 inches and are oil on panel) click here for larger view Arcenio Martin Campos attended New Mexico State University for studio arts, and then the University of New Mexico for studies in art history. He began drawing on his own as a...Read More
5 Giovani Pittori Cinesi Esplosi sulla Scena - Artuu
Giovani ed estremamente promettenti, questi 5 pittori rappresentano sulla scena internazionale una nuova interessantissima generazione di artisti cinesi.
Christopher Wool & Richard Hell - Interview Magazine
Christopher Wool is widely recognized as one of the world's most important painters. His first one-man show was at the legendary Cable Gallery in 1984, and since then, he has showed his bold word paintings; Richard Hell was one of the originators of punk music. He played in the first wave of bands that brought attention to CBGB and became famous in 1977 as the auteur of the album Blank Generation.
Zadie Smith on Henry Taylor’s Promiscuous Painting
Zadie Smith on the California artist, whose subjects are drawn from wildly divergent walks of life—the famous and the down-and-out, the sane and the mad, the rich and the poor.
Edward Hopper (1882-1967) - WatercolorPainting.com
American “‘My aim in painting has always been the most exact transcription possible of my most intimate impressions of nature.’ Few artists have painted so honest and revealing a portrait of America as did Edward Hopper. His timeless images of the wayside night cafe, the empty movie theatre, and the ...
Paintings by Paul Cezanne
Although Paul Cezanne was known as an Impressionist, Cezanne only participated in two Impressionist exhibitions. His independent vision prompted him to move away from Paris and withhold his works as he focused on nature's structural order. See his paintings.