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Anna Kincaide | Fashion painter


The works of American artist🎨 Anna Kincaide are a gateway to a world that is at once fantastical and familiar, inspired by fashion, photography, as well as elements of the decorative arts.
Juxtaposing control and spontaneous disruption, Kincaide emphasizes the hidden, internal landscape of the figures she portrays.
Kincaide's references to history and fashion are clear.
In her works we are reminded of the extravagant heights of Marie Antoinette's famous coiffure, which reached greater and greater heights in 18th century France, the iconic headdress of Egyptian queen Nefertiti🎨, the famous French Hood of Anne Boleyn, and the modest Spanish style one of Catherine of Aragon.

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Vladimir Mukhin, 1971


Vladimir Mukhin’s works instantly win you over with their lyricism, refined lines, light and energy, combining rich dynamics of Art Nouveau and basics of traditional academic painting.
His works are appreciated both by professional artists and art lovers worldwide.
Master’s works can be found in art museums, galleries and private collections in Russia, USA, China, Canada, France, Holland, Germany and Australia, which is a true representative of his fine artistic talent, his thinking, professionalism and the originality of his message.

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Anna Marinova / Анна Маринова, 1983


Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, Anna Marinova studied at the Saint Petersburg Roerich College of Art.
From 2004-2010 she studied at The Repin🎨 Art Institute (The Russian Academy of Arts) in workshops with professor of painting V.V. Sokolov.
She began exhibiting in 2005, and in 2008 she was awarded🎨 with the gold medal of the Russian Academy of Arts for academic excellence.

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Carlos Vanderlei Pinto, 1953 | Magic Realism painter


Self-taught painter, composer and poet Carlos Vanderlei Pinto was born in Brazil.
He studied graphic arts and at 13 he won his first prize🎨 in the regional Flag Day poster competition.

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German Aracil, 1965


Contemporary spanish artist pastelliste, German Aracil was born in Alicante. In 1985 he began his studies at the San Carlos School of Fine Art in Valencia, Spain.
Aracil's first one-man show was held in his home town of Alicante, followed in 1990 by exhibitions in New York's Liz Liberatore Gallery. Two years later he took part in the Art Miami International Art Fair.

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Itzchak Tarkay (1935-2012)


Itzchak Tarkay was an Israeli artist. Tarkay was born in Subotica, on the Yugoslav-Hungarian border.
In 1944, Tarkay and his family were sent to the Mauthausen Concentration Camp, until Allied liberation freed them a year later.
In 1949, his family emigrated to Israel, living in a kibbutz for several years.

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Stojan Milanov, 1963


Stojan Milanov was born in Belgrade, Serbia.
He has been a professional painter since 1985, and member of ULUPUDS since 2005, freelance artist.
His themes are human figure and urban landscape, technique oil on canvas.
Graduated from the University of Architecture in Belgrade.
He has participated in many collective exhibitions and art meetings.
In 2005, Milanov was awarded🎨 "Artist of the Year" by Simic Galleries, California.

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Annick Redor, 1952


For over 35 years Annick Redor has accumulated awards🎨 and exhibitions, both in France and abroad.
French painter🎨 Annick Redor was born in Nantes.
She graduated from the School of Fine Arts, she studied the technique of old masters in the Paris studio, the year she lived in Russia, where interested in iconography, and then there was a period of travel in Europe and America, a six-month trip to Africa, more than a year lived in a remote village in Gabon, and finally decided to go own way in art and find your own handwriting brush.

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Susan Rios, 1950 | Romantic designer


Serene settings, gentle harmonies, soft, inviting rooms, lush, floral gardens, quiet seas that evoke tranquility - artist Susan Rios’ distinctive style is evident in every image she paints.  
Susan resides in Southern California, amidst rooms very reminiscent of the images she paints.

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Paul Bond, 1964 | Magic Realism painter


Award-winning artist🎨 Paul Bond was born in Guadalajara, Mexico. Bond’s art lives in the spaces between dreaming and reality.
Drawing from the Latin American genre of Magic Realism, his paintings merge symbolic, surreal and allegorical elements with realistic atmospheres.

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Jarek Kubicki, 1976 | 32nd day of Covid-19 Quarantine


"In recent days", says Polish painter🎨 Jarek Kubicki, "in Poland there have been many reports of police abuse in connection with quarantine, people are punished for ordinary cycling or jogging, even if they are alone and away from residential areas.
This provoked me to create a series of 32nd day of Quarantine, which refers to this situation in a light way, based on well-known works of art, while allowing to channel social frustration".

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Mostafa Keyhani, 1954 | Modern impressionist painter


Mostafa Keyhani is an Award winning🎨 painter who lives and works in Toronto. His works are collected both in Canada and United States.
  • Artist statement:
His work is essentially in be field of modern impressionism.
Light plays an important role in his work, as well as movement of colours.

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Bernard Charoy, 1931


Bernard Charoy was born to a family of artisans, in the Lorraine region on the East of France.
Bernard Charoy is a brilliant talented figurative artist, who has continued to follow and develop his creativity instincts for nearly half a century.

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Linda Le Kinff, 1949 | Modern Cubist painter


Linda Le Kinff was born in Paris from French and Brazilian parents. She started her career as a painter at the age of 20.
In the 1970s she traveled to India, Tibet, Mexico and Italy.
She lived and worked in Italy for 12 years learning the ancient techniques of tempera, egg painting and the gold leaf method taught by masters in Florence and Livorno.

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Vladimir Mukhin, 1971 | Ballet dancers


The founder of an magical fusion of a new genre, Vladimir Mukhin knows the material fully well, he feels the shape with the tip of his brush, he is deeply psychological yet will always find a place for a touch of good humor or gentle irony.
The structures of his compositions are very literature-intense, musical in color, with a touch of unforgettable theatrical reminiscences, which makes it unbelievably immersive.

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Pino Daeni (1939-2010) | Romantic painter


Giuseppe Dangelico Daeni was an Italian Impressionist book illustrator and painter.
Trained in Italy at the Art institute of Bari, and later at Milan's Academy of Brera, Pino perfected his skills painting figure studies heavily influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites and Macchiaioli.
After establishing himself as a successful artist in his native land, Pino immigrated to the United States, seeking more artistic freedom and opportunity.
Pino has illustrated 3.000 books, movie posters and magazine illustrations and his style has dominated the market.

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Igor Morski, 1960 | Surreal Green


Igor Morski is a Polish painter🎨, illustrator and graphic designer whose surreal work is as thought evoking as they are beautifully rendered.
Anyone wishing to glance at his work will find themselves staring. It’s the kind of art that would make a casual observer do a double-take.

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Alena Shymchonak | Impressionist painter


Alena Shymchonak is a painter who comes from Estonia. She produces a lot of paintings for collectors in different countries.
She like using palette knife and oil painting to produce her paintings.
Alena’s works found collectors in UK, USA, Canada, China, Japan, Australia, Hong Kong, Turkey and many European countries.
She’s always available for Individual oil painting commissions.

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Pino Daeni (1939-2010)


Italian painter🎨 Pino Daeni (born Giuseppe Dangelico Daeni) was a true master artist.
Pino has illustrated 3,000 books; his style has dominated the market.
His paintings are often set on vibrantly sunny beaches on the Mediterranean where he grew up.
His gorgeous figure paintings captured beauty and light in a unique way.
His paintings celebrated the strength, charm and beauty of women, the innocence of children and the love between mothers and their children.

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Josef Kote, 1964


Josef Kote is a New York-based visual artist, best known for his distinctive style and technique.
A native of Albania, Josef Kote is a skilled and discerning interpreter of color harmonies, light and mood.
The core of Kote’s work is based on expressing feelings and emotions.
His bold brushwork and sweeping strokes of vibrant colors are applied more often than not with a pallet knife, while other areas of the canvas are left monochromatic and devoid of detail, creating a negative space that lets the eye drift to infinity.