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Bernard Boutet de Monvel | Art déco artist

Bernard Boutet de Monvel (1881-1949) was a French painter, sculptor, engraver, fashion illustrator and interior decorator. Although first known for his etchings, he earned notability for his paintings, especially his geometric paintings from the 1900s and his Moroccan paintings made during World War I.
In both Europe and the United States, where he often traveled, he also became known as a portrait painter for high society clients.
Boutet de Monvel was simultaneously working in oil painting, especially portraits, which he began to exhibit at the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts in 1903.


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José Luis Corella, 1959 | Classical realism painter

"A painting should be vivid, and not a mere composition of paint" - José Luis Corella.

Jose Luis Corella is a notable and prominent representative of Contemporary Spanish Realism.
The subtlety of the realism of his portraits encompasses the profound complexity of the human being, with everyday images transformed into wonderful works of art.
José Luis Corella was born in Valencia, Spain.


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Carl Emil Mücke | Genre painter

Carl Emil Mücke (1847-1923,) was a German genre and animal painter of the Düsseldorf school.
He painted mostly domestic interior scenes with women, girls and lively cats and kittens.
Carl Mücke is the son of the painter Heinrich Mücke.


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Bob Dylan, 1941 | Paintings by the Music Legend

Not only is Bob Dylan one of the most iconic musicians of the modern era, a filmmaker and a best-selling author, he is also a painter, a sculptor since the 1960s.
Dylan has been awarded America’s Presidential Medal of Freedom, the National Medal of Arts, the Pulitzer Prize, Sweden’s Polar Music Prize and France’s Officer de la Legion d’honneur.
He has won an Oscar and eleven Grammy Awards.


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Mary Moser | Painter and a Founding member of the Royal Academy

Mary Moser RA (1744-1819) was an British painter and one of the most celebrated female artists of 18th-century Britain.
One of only two female founding members of the Royal Academy in 1768 (along with Angelica Kauffmann), Moser painted portraits but is particularly noted for her depictions of flowers.


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Charles Haigh-Wood | Genre painter

Charles Haigh-Wood (1856-1927) was a British genre painter, who lived in London, Bury and Taplow, Buckinghamshire.
Haigh-Wood’s enchanting visions of romance, with attractive girls and pretty dresses are some of the most endearing and popular of all images.
His patrons adored them, a successful businessman of Haigh-Wood’s day with any pretension to artistic taste had to own one.


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Jacques-Eugène Feyen | Genre painter

Jacques-Eugène Feyen (1815-1908) was a French painter and photographer.
The elder brother of painter Auguste Feyen-Perrin, Jacques-Eugène enrolled at the École des Beaux-Arts and studied under Paul Delaroche.
He had a notable career at the Paris Salon from 1841 to 1882, where won medals in 1866 and 1880.
In 1881 he was decorated with the Legion of Honor.


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Hector Caffieri | Victorian watercolour painter

Hector Caffieri (1847-1932) was a British watercolourist painter, born in Cheltenham Gloucestershire in England, son of French parents who had settled temporarily in England.
He studied at the Académie Julian with academic painter Léon Bonnat (1833-1922) and Jules-Joseph Lefebvre (1836-1911), both great exponents of genre painting and both traditional academicians.
Caffieri worked and lived in London in 1880.