Expressionism is a 20th century European art movement that accents expression of emotion rather than factual representation. The term can describe any painting that is primarily based in the release of the artist’s feeling and impulses. Expressionist works are often characterized by bold distortions of form and violent color. Forerunners of this movement were Vincent Van Gogh and the Fauves.
Portraits rendered in acrylic paintings and etchings.
Acrylic and watercolor paintings, done in broad brush and strong palette. Themes include trains, landscapes and portraits.
Oils and watercolors by an Argentine born painter now living in the USA.
Collection of fauvist figurative, landscape and still life oil paintings.
Romanian painter presenting an online gallery of bold and figurative paintings.
A sampling of Les Biller's recent paintings, including still lifes, nudes, and cityscapes, with curriculum vitae.
Presents brightly colored paintings by a French artist, classified by subject: Morocco, jazz, New Orleans, Provence, and women. With an exhibition list.
Portraits, figurative works, still lifes, and landscapes by Georgian-born artist now living in Saint Petersburg. Images and biography.
Founder of the Italian art movement he calls Italian Romantic Neosymbolism. Images and some comments in English and Italian.
Using a watercolor, gouache and egg tempera the artist has developed a painting style, which both expresses and evokes the subtlety of the soul. Includes biography.
Exhibit of paintings and sculptures by an internationally exhibited artist. Approaches include mixed-media, traditional and contemporary.
Contemporary British artist portrays flowers and other subjects. Includes statement and images of his drawings and watercolors.
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