Gallery France is delighted to announce the representation
Marc Mylemans. 90 x 120 cm.
The paintings by Marc Mylemans are balancing between figurative and abstract. The source of inspiration for a painting is usually a landscape, but the effect in thick oil paint gives the work a form of abstraction. It challenges the interested art lover to look even better, to share and to fill in the canvas itself and to enjoy the vibrating and playful coloring game.
by Daniel Gerhartz Daniel Gerhartz: The Beauty of Representational Artby Claudia Moscovici, author of "Romanticism and Postromanticism" (2007) and co-founder of the postromantic art movement The American painter Daniel Gerhartz is a contemporary master of representational art. Drawn to painting since adolescence, he studied at the prestigious American Academy of Art in Chicago. Gerhartz states that he learned a lot about painting techniques by studying the works of John Singer Sargent, Alphonse Mucha, Nicolai Fechin and Joaquin Sorolla. Gerhartz also goes on to say on his website, http://danielgerhartz.com, that he is particularly inspired by modern Russian art of Nicolai Fechin, Isaac Levitan and Ilya Repin because “their paintings are completely loose yet deliberate and faithful, not at all flashy.” by Daniel Gerhartz Although Gerhartz paints a variety of subjects, most of his works focus on the female figure, in diverse settings, ranging from the realistic and contemporary t…
Rhythm in art is possibly one of the most difficult and most important ingredient required for building an interesting composition that would first of all catch the viewers’ eye and continues to move the eye in and around all the parts of the artwork. It is very demanding to explain how one builds a rhythm within the visual art field, it is much easier to understand it if we were to speak about music. The music we hear and the different beats produce a physical reaction from us, making us move our bodies to the rhythm, allowing us to express the inner sensations sound produced. In visual art, in most cases, the work is static. It is with the help of lines, shapes, color, brushstrokes, light, and space, that the artist is able to produce the rhythm, important for the creation of the movement, for the creation of life within a flat surface. It is the comprehension of the abstract that art principles, in the end, allow us to do, and rhythm is just one of the fundementals that first of…