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The New Photorealism of Harold Zabady

Harold Zabady is a multi-award winning US photorealist painter. His work is focused on all the typical themes that distinguish the first generation of Photorealism: vintage cars, shop windows and ordinary scenes of everyday American life. He is able to vary his work skillfully passing from cityscapes to portrait and automotive paintings. Zabady’s artworks are part of the classic photorealistic…

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Art for Women’s sake

In celebration of International Women’s Day, we want to homage it with a pearl from the recent art history. In 1991-92 Gottfried Helnwein created 48 portraits of the most important women in the world who left an indelible imprint in history in every field. Helnwein’s was a direct reply to the 48 male portraits painted twenty years earlier, in 1971-72,…

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