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Francis Bacon (Irish, 1909 – 1990)

Francis Bacon painter Surrealism, Cubism, Expressionism Francis Bacon was an Irish figurative painter known for his bold, grotesque, emotionally charged, raw imagery. He is best known for his depictions of popes, crucifixions and portraits of close friends. Born: 28 October 1909, Dublin, Ireland  Died: April 28, 1992, Madrid, Spain The monsters turning into silk… During his last interview, Bacon […]

Ethereal Creations of Washi: Jan Sullivan Fowler

Blue Mauve Mountain by Jan Sullivan Fowler

This is why I say that I literally am working ‘with’ the Washi. There’s a definite choreography that has to take place, to create the vision that is desired. Jan Sullivan Fowler is a contemporary Artist working in Japanese Handmade Washi paper and acrylics to create paintings with a unique flowing form. When I first encountered her works on […]

Art! Vancouver at Vancouver Convention Centre

Art! Vancouver at Vancouver Convention Centre

Art! Vancouver returns to the Vancouver Convention Centre this year for the fourth time, April 19 – 22, 2018. As an international, contemporary art fair, artists and galleries come from across Canada and around the world to exhibit their work. Last year, the event brought in over 90 exhibitors and more than 7,000 attendees. The show […]

Eccentric Mysterious Prints: Roman Řehák

Eccentric Mystery Prints: Roman Řehák -The ART.gallery. Elizabeth Souflis interviewing the famous Czech phone-artist Roman Řehák in Prague. Roman Řehák interview

I am really inspired by people, old faces, hands, children’s faces, women, and nature…  I met Roman Řehák one year ago at the opening of his exhibition Phone Art at Pop Art Center in Prague. He has been a fan of smart phones for the last few hears and he wanted to get actively involved in modifying and editing pictures in […]

ENERGY ATHENS 2018: The Art Palm in the heart of Athens at Contemporary Space Athens

  The European Center for Architecture Art, Design and Urban Studies in collaboration with the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, will present for the 8th year artists from all kinds of arts such as painting, photography, architecture, industrial design, digital collage, ceramics, handmade jeweler and video, at ENERGY ATHENS 2018. The exhibition will […]

The EY Exhibition: Impressionists in London, French Artists in Exile at Tate Britain

Browse a stunning collection of works by leading French impressionists in The EY Exhibition: Impressionists in London, French Artists in Exile (1870-1904) at Tate Britain. See London through the eyes of the famous artists, including Monet, Tissot and Pissarro, with more than 100 paintings inspired by their time in the city during the Franco-Prussian war. Learn how the river Thames became a recurring theme in the […]

Helen Frankenthaler ~ The Red Sea, 1959

Helen Frankenthaler ~ The Red Sea, 1959. Oil and charcoal on sized, primed canvas with painted wood frame 69 5/8×68 1/2 inches. Find more ART.works here...

Helen Frankenthaler The Red Sea, 1959 Oil and charcoal on sized, primed canvas with painted wood frame 69 5/8 × 68 1/2 inches (176.8 × 174 cm) © 2017 Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, Inc./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Airy Creations: Ioanna Lin

“Life does not require complexity; simple ideas can be sufficient.” Through ART.harbour I have meet several wonderful artists. Ioanna Lin is one of those artists. I had the chance to meet her through one of our partners Contemporary Center Athens. Ioanna is not only a young talented water-colorist, but she is also a warmhearted, lovely person.  She lives […]