Eric Bowman and his Impressionistic works

Eric Bowman is an American artist who started his career as a commercial artist for many quite famous brands, like Coppertone, Nike, GTE, Hallmark, Kellogg’s, Nabisco. Now he is working with oils and his works are famous enough to be exhibited in many galleries and they reside in many privat and public collections. In his interviews he says that he is a self-taught artist and that he learnt to paint on his own. Eric also considers himself as a real Impressionist, and one can see the influence of Monet and Degas on his works.

Eric is a very distinct representative of the Impressionistic Movement. He uses very soft palette and vague lines. He is a master of pinting nude bodies in a very plain and minimalistic surroundings. His painting are more that just a picturing of people and objects, they show complicated emotions and fellings, especially this is readable in his pictures of the singing and dancing women.

He is already very famous around the world.

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