Surrealism by Alberto Pancorbo

Alberto Pancorbo is a contemporary Spanish painter. He is painting all his life and he managed to implement all his ideas on the canvas by the means of his excellent drawing techniques and good taste. He exhibited his works both in Spain and throughout the country, being frequently awarded for his works. Advertisements

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Surrealism by Vladimir Kush

Vladimir Kush is a Russian painter that is working in Surrealistic style. He was born in Moscow, but at that time Surrealism was not popular in Russia and the artist moved to States. At that time he met a businessman from France who helped him to exhibit his works in Hong Kong. After that Vladimir…

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Surrealism by Vahram Davtian

Vahram Davtian is a contemporary Armenian painter that represents Surrealism. He uses symbols to describe the people’s behaviour and patterns that are too strong to destroy. The main attraction of his works is a skillfully created images and complicated themes.

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Jean-Paul Avisse’s Surrealism

Jean-Paul Avisse is a French painter who is mainly working in the surrealistic style. He is famous for his unusual illustration for books and magazines with the mystical connotation. unfortunately there is not so much information about Jean-Paul in English, but according to his works, one can assume that the artist possesses a great creativity…

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Double meaning of Oleg Shuplyak’s art

I found another amazing artist from Ukraine named Oleg Shuplyak. He is mainly working in abstract, post modernistic and surrealistic manner. He studies architecture in Lviv and he worked as a art teacher in his local school. Now he is moderately famous around the word and his paintings were exhibited in Britain. Personally I love…

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Abstract World by Michael Page

Michael Page is an American artist who lives and works in San-Francisco. He is mainly working with acrylic and oil and his pictures usually consist of symbolic and figurative elements. Though his works are psychologically complicated and they usually involve magical images, Michael does not consider himself as a surrealistic artist. Perhaps the fact that…

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Paul Kuczynski and his satirical world

Paul Kuczynski is a Polish illustrator and drawer that covers the biggest preblems of the world and society though his illustration. What is particularly special about him is that each detail of his pictures has the meaning and send the message to people. I like this art style especially for the fact that it makes…

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Jeremiah Stermer’s realistic surrealism

Jeremiah Stermer was born in Baltimore. He started his artistic path at the age of 11. Jeremiah Stermer considers himself a realist – surrealist, meaning that the theme is always surrealistic, but the painting is made in a traditional way. He states that he draws and paints very naturally, and that he pays the particular…

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