Jose Alonso Loaiza is a classical, romantic and Renaissance artist. Jose Alonso was never part of a formal art program or training school. Instead he learned from his own personal studies of an art style which appealed to him more than any other, the Italian Renaissance. He cites Michaelangelo, Raphael, Donatello and Da Vinci as his greatest inspirations.
Category Archive: Traditional art
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William Adolph Bouguereau (November 30, 1825, La Rochelle – August 19, 1905, the same place) was a French painter and artist, a prominent representative of French academism in the second half of the 19th century.
Zeynep Akgün was born in 1975, in Uzunköprü (Turkey). She has graduated from Painting Department in Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts in 1997, where she has also done her master’s degree in 2000.
Hans Walør art moves effortlessly between the bold and the simple, between stark structure and fluid motion inviting viewers to move beyond their ordinary reality.
Péter Duhaj is a contemporary Hungarian painter. He was always attracted by the colors, shapes, a moment, the capture of an emotion.
Shane Grammer is an established modern-inspired painter, sculptor, and art director whose work spans a variety of mediums and can be seen internationally in theme parks, attractions, museums, galleries, and in private collections in the United States, South Korea, China, and Dubai.
Ion Carchelan’s career spans nearly twenty years: he is now considered one of Moldova’s premiere painters. Carchelan began his formal arts education in childhood, at the Children’s Art School in Nisporeni, Moldova.
Stephen Fox was born in Richmond, Virginia, in 1957. By the fourth grade he knew he would be an artist of some kind—his earliest serious work was drawing and inking his own comic books.
Michal Lukasiewicz – was born in 1974 in Pulawy (Poland). Since 1995 he has lived and worked in Antwerp, Belgium for over twenty years. He is a self-taught painter and, as he admits, the work of the Benelux countries has had a strong influence on his artistic style.