I love the cubist era but somehow I missed knowing enough about Fernand Léger (French, 1881–1955) who painted Reclining Woman in 1922.
John Gibson has been exploring the sphere for more than 30 years, creating works with subtly rich colors and finely balanced compositions. If you are not familiar with his work, here is the original Art Junkie post.
Artist Julian Opie uses auto paint on layered aluminium to create snapshots of life in the city. His Walking in New York 1, 2, 3 & 4 (all 2019) are group portraits, each featuring five individuals, based on photographs of specific scenes in city neighbourhoods.
These rare works by French artist Jean-Léon Gérôme (1824–1904) are up for auction at Sotheby’s at the end of April for an anticipated sale in the region of US $1.3 to $1.98 million for Rider and his Steed in the Desert (above). “Painted in 1872, this evocative work […]
Lonsdale Gallery is presenting a solo exhibition of new work by Montreal artist Patrice Charbonneau, known for his rich tactile semi-abstract paintings that explore personal narratives, everyday lived spaces, and built environments. ‘In Medias Res’ is Latin for ‘into the middle of things`.
The story behind how artist Deladier Almeida immigrated to America from São Paulo, Brazil is a lovely narrative, worth your time to read at Caldwell Snyder gallery, here. But the art he creates is inspired by much more than his change of country.