Painters in Color

As in the case of Paris Coloré, this time someone found a good reason to color old photos of visual artists in order to make them more close to us, just by reducing the [...]

Realism, Surrealism or…?

Raymond Douillet was born on July 20th 1947 — on the very day of the Tour de France cycle race arrival — in Hautmont, in the North of France. This small town is separated [...]

To the Eternal

Inspired by the original pieces and atmospheres of museums like Louvre or d’Orsay, Harold Muñoz sublimates the human vulnerability, looking for the essence which can be [...]

Dreams of an Ordinary Man

Joys, sorrows and dreams of an ordinary man in the Merab Gagiladze’s artwork just reflect the beauty and variety of life. The artist draws his unique characters from [...]

Tête de Clown

Nothing looks less tolerable than the complaints of those who seem to suffer less than me. I wonder if declaring their own torments, isn’t the utmost unconscious [...]

Blue Roses

By taking its roots in traditional Russian art of the 19th century, the realistic figurative art by Serge Marshennikov portrays female beauty in its purest form. His [...]

Brand’s Pin-Up

Along with Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol, Mel Ramos was one of the first artists to do paintings of images from comic books, and works of the three were exhibited together [...]

Human Chameleons

Through his enchanting technique, Johannes Stötter can blend every body into every kind of surface or surroundings for years. As a self-taught, he developed his painting [...]

Dutch Family

Inextricably linked with the upper segment of the Dutch realism, Giovanni Dalessi gets the subjects of his paintings from his vicinity. His own family, wife and five children [...]

Common People

It was around 1988, when Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker met the girl of one of his most famous hits, Common People. He was having a conversation with her at the bar at college [...]