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Dmitry Kustanovich

Posted on August 12, 2013 | 1 comment


Dmitry Kustanovich was born on March, 29, 1970 in Minsk. In 1996 he graduated from the Byelorussian State Pedagogical University. Has been engaged in painting since 1990.

The works of the artist are in galleries and private collections of Belarus, Russia, the USA, Germany, France, Portugal, Switzerland, Italy, Turkey, Czech Republic, Spain, England, Canada, Israel and Poland.

At present Dmitry Kustanovich lives and works in St.Petersburg.


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Dima Dmitriev

Posted on July 22, 2013 | 0 comments

Dima Dmitriev was born in Moscow, Russia, and is the second generation of artists in his family. He moved to Prague, Czech Republic, where he graduated from the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design. As his paintings gained attention and praise at fine art exhibitions throughout Europe, Dima became one of the most talked about young artists living in Prague’s flourishing artistic community. Dmitriev has participated in solo and group exhibitions in Europe, North America, and Asia. 
Dmitriev’s paintings represent forms of “visual paradise”. He describes this as the process of extracting the color, light, and texture from real places and distilling these onto his canvases as idealized worlds. Dima rarely uses a brush. His preferred tool is the palette knife. Dmitriev also adds depth and color saturation to some of his works by starting with black, rather than the traditional white, canvas. Dima’s Impressionistic composition and style combined with his mastery of the palette knife create oil paintings that are vibrant and sculptural. His works often include themes of childhood, nature and the sea. Numerous institutions including AT&T, Vodafone, or AWD Holding AG have acquired his paintings for their art collections. His works are also in private collections in the Czech Republic, United States, Spain, Germany, United Kingdom, Russia, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Australia, Qatar, and the Dominican Republic and others.

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jean marc janiaczyk

Posted on July 07, 2013 | 0 comments


Jean-Marc JANIACZYK is a French self-Taught painter, born in December 1966, since his childhood he draws, in 1991 at the age of 24 he began to paint. Many years to draw, gave him a solid foundation in drawing. He paints only with oil colors. He started with a very difficult technique: Hyperrealism. In 1999 he used for the first time a palette knife to paint flowers on one of his paintings, and since he painted exclusively with palette knives, in a style between realism and impressionism. He likes to paint landscapes of southern France, where the sunlight is intense, where the colors are vibrant and contrast powerful. 

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Edgar Degas

Posted on June 26, 2013 | 0 comments


Edgar Degas, born on July 19, 1834 in Paris, France, went on to study at the École des Beaux-Arts and became renowned as a stellar portraitist, fusing Impressionistic sensibilities with traditional approaches. Both a painter and sculptor, he enjoyed capturing female dancers and played with unusual angles and ideas around centering. His work influenced major modern artists like Picasso.

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Cellia Saubry

Posted on June 24, 2013 | 0 comments


Cellia Saubry was born in 1938 in Rouen, France. While very young she began drawing with her uncle, a professional artist. As a young woman, she moved to Paris and was married; she began to paint seriously but for many years did not display her work. 

Finally, in 1972 she decided to exhibit her paintings, and they went on display at Galerie Antoinette. From 1980 to 1997 her work was on exhibit at Gallery Naifs et Primitifs in Paris, and at Gallery Naifs et Primitifs in New York City until 1986. Her work has been presented at many international art fairs and exhibits, pariticulary in Basel.

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