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Beautiful Street Art by French Artist Christian Guemy

All the street art paintings which you are going to see here are made by Christian Guemy. He is a Paris, France based artist and is also known as C215. Christian loves to draw with stencils to showcase his art works and ideas.
By having a look at his art works you can easily find out that this artist loves to do close ops of people. Most of his subjects include street kids, homeless people, refugees, beggars and old age people. Have a look at his art, hope you like.

Featured Artist Frederic Lecut

Fascinated by the ancient art of mosaic, self-taught artist Frederic Lecut portrays the emotions of his subjects by focusing on their eyes. Learn more about this artist and his passion by visiting his website.

 

“Afghan Girl” Granite, Marble, Ceramic and Glass on Wood Framed Cement Board, 36” x 14” “Afghan Girl” Granite, Marble, Ceramic and Glass on Wood Framed Cement Board, 36” x 14”

“Afghan Girl” Granite, Marble, Ceramic and Glass on Wood Framed Cement Board, 36” x 14”

The Perfection of Erasure – Portraits and Landscape by Contemporary Painter Henrietta Harris – New Zealand

Encountering the portraiture of New Zealand artist Henrietta Harris is an unusual experience. At first, one notices a surface so finished and so perfectly stylish we seem to be immersed in a practice of cool restraint. And then, in act of rebellion and color, all of this is wonderful written over with a slash of color. In this painterly mark making there is erasure of identity, and yet, at the same time a strange kind of revelation.

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Zoeschlin Publishing Community posted  ·  März 26th, 9:55 am

New article about Sophie Matisse by Laurence de Valmy on our blog. Enjoy!

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New article by Jyoti Vats online!

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Zoeschlin Publishing Community posted  ·  Februar 15th, 3:46 pm

New article by Jyoti Vats about the famous impressionist painter Edmund Charles Tarbell online!
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