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  • Jenny Saville – Branded, 1992, Oil on canvas, 209,5 x 179 cm
  • Jenny Saville – Propped, 1992, Oil on canvas, 213.4 x 182.9 cm
  • Jenny Saville – Plan, 1993, Oil on canvas, 274.3 x 213.4 cm
  • Jenny Saville – Oil on canvas
  • Jenny Saville – Oil on canvas
  • Jenny Saville – Oil on canvas
  • Jenny Saville – Hybrid, 1997, Oil on canvas, 274.3 x 213.4 cm
  • Jenny Saville – Oil on canvas
  • Jenny Saville – Rosetta 2, 2005-2006, Oil on paper laid on board, 249 x 185 cm
  • Jenny Saville – Oil on canvas
  • Jenny Saville – Hyphen, 1999, Oil on canvas, 274,3 x 365,8 cm
  • Jenny Saville – Strategy, oil on canvas
  • Jenny Saville Portrait, Courtesy Gagosian Gallery

Les corps de l’artiste Jenny Saville

Les corps de l’artiste Jenny Saville. (born in Cambridge, 1970 – UK) Peinture monumentale.

Les corps de Jenny Saville : une chair qui semble souffrir, imparfaite et qui s’exhibe de manière provocatrice..

Jenny Saville - Plan, 1993, Oil on canvas, 274.3 x 213.4 cm

Jenny Saville – Plan, 1993, Oil on canvas, 274.3 x 213.4 cm

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  • Abbey McCulloch – Jump the Gun – 2010
  • Abbey McCulloch – Painting5
  • Abbey McCulloch – Painting4
  • Abbey McCulloch – Painting3
  • Abbey McCulloch – Painting2
  • Abbey McCulloch – Painting
  • Abbey McCulloch – Painting
  • Abbey McCulloch – Naomi Watts, 2013
  • Abbey McCulloch – Honey Keep It To Yourself
  • Abbey McCulloch – Fickle, 2012 – Oil on canvas
  • Abbey McCulloch – Charcoal on Paper
  • Abbey McCulloch – portrait

Contemporary art – Abbey McCulloch

Contemporary art – Abbey McCulloch (Australie) – born 1975, New Zealand, lives and works in Queensland.

Abbey McCulloch paints quirky sometimes unsettling, representations of female figures sketched onto a sparse background. Working with bold colour choices and often highly textured facial features,  McCulloch creates visually engaging paintings, resulting in figures that entice us, yet stand guarded and restrained within our presence. Raw emotion is presented to us through the use of loose charcoal sketches that work up to the highly worked-up painted facial expressions. “I like the idea of exposing the processes and, in doing so, the final product is left with a more restless conclusion.” (source : hscvisualartresources)

  • Hubert de Lartigue – Cassandra – Acrylique sur toile -200×200
  • Hubert de Lartigue – Poppy – Acrylique sur toile -200×200
  • Hubert de Lartigue – Luh – Acrylique sur toile
  • Hubert de Lartigue – Kiss – Acrylique sur toile -60×81
  • Hubert de Lartigue – portrait

HyperRealism paintings with Hubert de Lartigue

HyperRealism paintings with Hubert de Lartigue (FR). French painter and illustrator. Acrylic on canvas.
Portraits, Nudes and details.

Hubert de Lartigue - Poppy - Acrylique sur toile -200x200

“The portrait is a classic theme in the world of painting. However, I try to create elements of surprise in each of my portraits, the way I crop them, the expression or the attitude of the models. But the power of the portrait lies above all in the look of the model, which is unique each time. All I have to do is underline the strength and the intensity.”


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