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Love & Saucers

David Huggins started painting his alien encounters in 1987, inspired by Budd Hopkins’s book Intruders: The Incredible Visitations at Copley Woods. He lost his virginity to [...]

Toy Shop Window

Eminent painters of the nineteenth century focused their gaze tenderly upon children and created images full of charm. Timoléon Marie Lobrichon was skilful in his rendering [...]

Knocked out by the Venus

He was admiring The Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli, one of the best-known masterpieces of the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, when he had a cardiac arrest and suddenly [...]

Dying Sun

Before turning his attention to the fields of painting and drawing, Paul Cristina had worked several years as a paramedic, which allowed for a stark insight and investigation [...]

Tableaux Vivants

It all started in 2006, when the Malatheatre company’s founder Ludovica Rambelli — passed away in April 2017 — gave a lecture at the University of Naples, on [...]

An Invitation

The stories and inspiration behind Andrea Kowch’s paintings “stem from life’s emotions and experiences, resulting in narrative, allegorical imagery that [...]

Pulp Painter

Best known for painting provocative pulp and detective novel covers which often depict women seductively posed in various states of undress, Robert McGinnis illustrated this [...]

Do you like summer?

Always true to the Andy Warhol’s words that you don’t have to think about making art but just get it done, Alena Shymchonak tries to capture the energy and colors of [...]

Someone to Love

Known for lush and meticulously painted riffs on Old Masters that feature pop culture icons of the past, Isabel Samaras’ ribald images are woven with references to classic [...]