An American realist with a modernist vision, Bo Bartlett’s monumental paintings are created in the tradition of Thomas Eakins, Andrew Wyeth, and Norman Rockwell, with a compelling contemporary twist. Bartlett will offer insights into his work, which celebrates the underlying epic nature of the commonplace and the personal significance of the extraordinary.
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I was always nervous about street photography because I had this idea that true street photography was shooting people up close, and it would inevitably lead you to get yourself into conflict situations. However, I think over the past couple of years I’ve found a style of street photography which suits my personality better. On this recent trip to Rome I took the time to make this video sharing my philosophy when shooting on the street, in the hope that it helps you to broaden your own definition, and give you the courage to head out and shoot your take on the streets where you live.
British artist David Hockney said he was drawn to California by the sunshine. His time there also set him on a path to creating paintings with vibrant colors. One of his works, “Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures),” is expected to set a record at auction Thursday night. “CBS This Morning
Cecily Brown (b. 1969) is a British painter. Brown creates vivid, atmospheric depictions of fragmented bodies, often in erotic positions in the midst of swells of colour and movement.