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Seth Haverkamp, 1980 | Portrait | Realist painter

Seth Haverkamp has been drawing since forever. Even in his early school days Seth turned upon his desire to draw. One instance of note was a 5th grade science fair in which Seth turned in detailed drawings of hawks instead of a more typical (and acceptable) project.
He continued with his art and graduated with a Bachelor in Fine Arts from Carson Newman College after a year each at Cleveland Institute of Art and Memphis College of Art.
In 2005 he studied with internationally known artist Nelson Shanks at Studio Incamminati. Upon leaving Incamminati he moved to northern Virginia where he could focus on both studying painting and his career.


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Cesar Santos, 1982 | Realist Portrait / Conceptual painter

Cesar Santos, Cuban-American⏭, studied at Miami Dade College and the New World School of the Arts before travelling to Florence, where he trained at the Angel Academy of Art under the tutelage of Michael John Angel, a student of Pietro Annigoni⏭.
He returned to Miami, where he developed his philosophy of marrying both the classical and the modern juxtaposed within one painting.
His influences range from the Renaissance⏭ to the masters of the nineteenth century to Modernism.


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Alex Shubin | Figurative painter

Russian-born Canadian painter Alexander Shubin expresses his creative mind using a unique style and techniques which he has developed living and painting in Europe, but he is always in search for a new and original manner to express himself in art.
In his works Alex often uses contemporary and surreal ideas and combines them with his extraordinary style. Quite in early age Alex has shown a talent in art. Having Master degree in Science, Alexander has always felt that his heart belongs to art, so he made a decision to become a fine art painter and now he is a self-representative artist.


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Nelina Trubach-Moshnikova /Нелина Трубач-Мошникова, 1960 | Impressionist painter

Born in Belarus, where Nelina Trubach-Moshnikova attended art college, and now living and working in Ukraine. Nelina Trubach-Moshnikova is an artist working mainly with oil and canvas, however she also dabbles in mixed media, such as drawing and oil on canvas.
An aspect of Nelina’s work that always manages to fascinate is the success she has in creating refined emotion across all of her work. Love and cut-throat passion are all evident aspects of Nelina’s work, and the contrast of detail and, in some works, abstract edge, give each piece an instantly recognizable signature.
Nelina is a member of The National Union of the Artists of Ukraine, and has exhibited numerous times in both Ukraine and Russia, including joint exhibitions in Moscow and St. Petersburg.


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Jonas Kunickas, 1978 | Figurative Palette Knife painter

Jonas Kunickas was born in Lithuania. Have been studying architecture and got Master's degree of architecture in 2002.
For ten years used to work as an architect and interior designer in Lithuania and United Kingdom. However, my biggest passion has always been painting.
In 2012 active painting superseded my previous occupation - now it‘s the only work I do for a living as well as for a pleasure.


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Odd Nerdrum, 1944 | Visionary | Baroque style painter

Od Nerdrum is a Swedish-born, Norwegian figurative painter whose work is held by museums worldwide. Themes and style in Nerdrum's work reference anecdote and narrative.
Primary influences by the painters Rembrandt and Caravaggio help place his work in direct conflict with the abstraction and conceptual art considered acceptable in much of his native Norway. Nerdrum creates six to eight paintings a year.
They include still life paintings of small, everyday objects (like bricks), portraits and self-portraits, and large paintings allegorical and apocalyptic in nature. The subjects of Nerdrum's paintings are often dressed as if from another time and place.
Rembrandt and Caravaggio were primary influences on Nerdrum's work, while secondary influences include Masaccio, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Titian and the less obvious influences, according to Vine and either mentioned by Nerdrum himself or other critics, that include Brueghel, Goya, Chardin, Millet, as well the even less apparent Henry Fuseli, Caspar David Friedrich, Ferdinand Hodler, Edvard Munch, Käthe Kollwitz, Salvador Dalí, Chaim Soutine and Lars Hertervig.


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Brita Seifert, 1963 | Surrealist painter

Brita Seifert, German Fantastic/Surrealist painter, was born in Leipzig, Germany. In 1980 I started drawing with pencil and paper, and then learned to paint with oils.
Never having agreed with the method of art education in school, all my techniques in the application of art materials were self-taught. Being interested in all that encompasses art and design I decided to investigate computer art.


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Michal Lukasiewicz, 1974 | Pop art portraits painter

Michal Lukasiewicz was born in Pulawy, Poland and since 1995 lives and work in Antwerp, Belgium.
My paintings are of the human form, the soft tenderness that it can transfer to the viewer; never the anger of the world but the peace and harmony that humans are capable of.
I have been influenced by living in Belgium and painters of the Benelux countries and I try to show the placid side of the subject using light, the reflection of light and the shadows to emphasise the subjects form and curves.
I never use colour but the subtleness of tone to achieve these effects. I try to achieve the smoothness of skin and the body so no brush strokes are visible to the viewer.
I have developed this technique for painting the human body and have works in many collections”.


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Larissa Morais / Лариса Морейс, 1966 | Figurative | Still Life painter

Larissa Morais [Лариса Морейс] was born and raised in Moscow. She has been painting since she was in high school, however her first love was not the brush but the keys of a piano. The replacement of a teacher changed her vision from music and into the world of art. While helping her sister one afternoon with her art homework something sparked her passion for painting and perhaps she stumbled upon her destiny.
Larissa became a graduate from BFA, Moscow Theatrical Arts Institute, and attended the Graduate School of Restoration and conservation where throughout the years she took courses in conservation and restoration of 15th-and 16th-century paintings.


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Larissa Morais, 1966 | Figurative / Still Life painter

Russian painter⏭ Лариса Морейс creates a realistic impression as if it couldn't possibly be anything but a photo. She views her subject matter as architecture. She sees the subject and presents it in a way that is usually not seen from the naked eye.
Her favorite subject to paint is the human figure from which she brings a reality to the paintings where attention to detail is as strong as attention to the character of the model. In her artwork, we are in the company of beautiful men and women, intimately poised and positioned.
Her delicate technique is with very thin layers of oil paint, while using the black background for shadowing. She captures every detail of her subject. For her it is all there, she just uncovers it.


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