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The Royal Society Of Faceless Sitters. Transitions by Jake Wood-Evans.(28)

'For me the subject is of a secondary importance. I want to convey what's between me and the subject' Claude Monet  One of the major European painters of the 18th Century Sir Joshua Reynolds  was an English painter specializing in... Continue Reading →

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‘Travelling (into the world of Art) Makes The Heart Grow Fonder'(15)

‘As in nature, so in art, so in grace – it is rough treatment that gives souls, as well as stones their luster’ Thomas Gurthie There is a popular English proverb saying 'Travelling broadens the mind'. Frankly, I don't think there is... Continue Reading →

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