W A T E R C O L O U R S with a difference | Pat Hall

Pat Hall was born in Kent, England in 1963. She completed her honors degree in graphic design at Brighton university in 1985 before working as...

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Pat Hall was born in Kent, England in 1963. She completed her honors degree in graphic design at Brighton university in 1985 before working as a designer in London. She changed her career slightly and worked as an illustrator when she arrived in Brisbane in 1991. Pat says: “I am a very keen gardener and...

Artist Gallery | Ludwig Knaus [1829 – 1910] German

Ludwig Knaus (5 October 1829 – 7 December 1910) was a German genre painter of the younger 7 Düsseldorf school of painting. Among the most important works of his last period...

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Ludwig Knaus (5 October 1829 – 7 December 1910) was a German genre painter of the younger 7 Düsseldorf school of painting. Among the most important works of his last period were: The Holy Family and The Road to Ruin, both painted in 1876 and now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Behind the Curtain (1880), Dresden Gallery; The Rag Baby (1880) and A Village Festival(1881), both in the Vanderbilt...

Artist Gallery | Georges Jules Victor Clairin [1843-1919] French

Georges Jules Victor Clairin (11 September 1843, Paris – Pouldu, Clohars-Carnoët 2 September 1919) was a French Orientalist painter and illustrator. He was influenced by Eastern imagery Moorish architecture, and...

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Georges Jules Victor Clairin (11 September 1843, Paris – Pouldu, Clohars-Carnoët 2 September 1919) was a French Orientalist painter and illustrator. He was influenced by Eastern imagery Moorish architecture, and visited North Africa many times, in particular Morocco and Egypt. Georges Jules Victor Clairin Gallery In Paris he led the life of a socialite, and befriended the glamorous actress Sarah Bernhardt, his...

Artist Gallery | Henryk Siemiradzki [1843 – 1902] Polish Rome

Henryk Hektor Siemiradzki (24 October 1843 – 23 August 1902) was a Polish Rome-based painter, best remembered for his monumental Academic art. Many of his paintings depict scenes from antiquity,...

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Henryk Hektor Siemiradzki (24 October 1843 – 23 August 1902) was a Polish Rome-based painter, best remembered for his monumental Academic art. Many of his paintings depict scenes from antiquity, often the sunlit pastoral scenes or compositions presenting the lives of early Christians.  Henryk Siemiradzki Gallery In 1879 he offered one of his best-known works, the enormous Pochodnie Nerona (Nero’s torches), painted...

Ocean Paintings | Antoine Renault

Antoine Renault’s painting suspends time, catches the instant, the souvenir. Not in a nostalgic way, but to dip or dive in. Antoine Renault went to...

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Antoine Renault’s painting suspends time, catches the instant, the souvenir. Not in a nostalgic way, but to dip or dive in. Antoine Renault went to painting from photography he improved in the 80’s in New York, Keith Haring SoHo and Edward Hopper Long Island. It’s in Barcelona, close to Sorolla’s shores for some years, that...

Artist Gallery | Pompeo Mariani [1857-1927] Italian

Pompeo Mariani (9 September 1857 – 9 September 1927) was an Italian painter. He abandoned a career in banking to devote himself entirely to painting. is apprenticeship began in 1879...

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Pompeo Mariani (9 September 1857 – 9 September 1927) was an Italian painter. He abandoned a career in banking to devote himself entirely to painting. is apprenticeship began in 1879 under the guidance of the painter Eleuterio Pagliano, who introduced him to life studies. His art is characterised by subtle sensitivity in the investigation of the reflection of light on water, captured...

“Watercolours” | A The Sea of Glass Mingled With Fire

The “Watercolours” series is an exploration of circumstance and a declaration of love to color. How does something formless and clear become so detailed and...

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The “Watercolours” series is an exploration of circumstance and a declaration of love to color. How does something formless and clear become so detailed and vibrant? It is “a sea of glass mingled with fire,” much like our souls, reflecting its depth and situation as an ever-moving mirror. This series is presented by Adrienne Egger,...

Watercolor Portraits | Roxana Porumbacu

Roxana Porumbacu born in a family of architects. She is a  self-taught painter who graduated from an architecture profile high school. She is currently working...

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Roxana Porumbacu born in a family of architects. She is a  self-taught painter who graduated from an architecture profile high school. She is currently working as a Graphic Designer at a Social Game Company. Roxana says: “I have always been fascinated by fantastic stories and illustrations. Fairies, nymphs, mermaids, hybrid creatures are my inspiration.” “Watercolor...

Charcoal portraits | Alla Dzyurich

Alla Dzyurich is an international artist active both on the local and international market. Alla says: “The technique I used is called impasto – the manner...

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Alla Dzyurich is an international artist active both on the local and international market. Alla says: “The technique I used is called impasto – the manner of laying paint roughly and thickly on the surface. Such style was seen in most of my works. It made them expressive and lively. I think this picture is lyrical...

Oil Paint Landscapes | Award Winning Australian Painter Graham Gercken

Painter Graham Gercken, predominantly self taught he chose oil paints as his medium and painted wet into wet, which is the style of the impressionist...

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Painter Graham Gercken, predominantly self taught he chose oil paints as his medium and painted wet into wet, which is the style of the impressionist artists and lends itself best for outdoor painting. His professional career started by selling paintings to the buses of tourists who visit the Blue Mountains every day. After 25 Years of...

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