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Born in Yorkshire, England in 1927; died in 2008.Dinsdale painted the sea and great ships of the era when “Britannia ruled the waves” with her fleets of clipper and fighting ships whose huge white sails took men across the seas of the world. Dinsdale loved both the sea and the ships and professed he really only felt at home on the blustery east coast of England near the sea that he loved and painted so well.
Peder Mork Monsted (10 December 1859 – 20 June 1941) was a Danish realist painter. He is best known for his landscape paintings. Mønsted was born at Grenå, Denmark. He was the son of Otto Christian Mønsted and Thora Johanne Petrea Jorgensen. His father was a prosperous ship-builder. At an early age, he began to receive painting lessons at the art school in Aarhus.
Pascal Chôve was born in 1963. He studied painting at the applied arts school Ecole des Arts Appliques Duperre in Paris, and graduated from the Ecole des Arts Appliques with Diploma in sculpture. At the start of his career, he used to work mainly with wood since he did not like canvas, finding it too soft and unsuited to scratch, scrape or groove his pictures and, in terms of outline and finish, he always wanted to break away from over-traditional and over-defined painting.
Artist Evgeny Lushpin (Eugene Lushpin) was born in Moscow, 1966. Trained in the art of painting MGHPU them. G.S.Stroganova, Faculty of Art and Design and construction of the Moscow State Institute of Education correspondence, graphic arts department. Winner of the contest "Golden Brush". Permanent member of the international art fairs in Russia, the U.S., Norway. Member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia.
Christian Riese Lassen is Hawaii’s premier marine artist. Using acrylics, enamels and oils, Lassen’s paintings depict a vibrant, idealized vision of the natural world. In his childhood, Lassen’s family moved to the Hawaiian island of Maui where he was first captivated by the ocean.
Guan Zeju was born in 1941 in Yangjiang, Guangdong Province(China). He graduated from the Oil Painting Department of the Guangzhou Arts Academy, and continued his studies there in 1978. Guan made his way to America and became a celebrated painter of the ballet, which culminated in the release of the book GUAN ZEJU, Selected Ballet Paintings, in 2000.
Josephine Wall is a popular English fantasy artist and sculptor. She works mostly with acrylic paint, which allows her to paint quickly, and to create many textured and colorful effects. Her paintings are mainly influenced and inspired by Arthur Rackham, with lesser influences from surrealist artists such as Magritte and Dalí, and the romanticism of the pre-Raphaelites.
Luis Romero was born in Ronda in 1948 in Spain and uses Spray paint to show his artistic creativity. His paintings and art works are liked by many and appreciated by all. He has participated in many national as well as international art exhibitions all around the world. He has been an award winning painter and has been awarded six times at the concert in Malaga Manchestvere, Switzerland and some other cities.
Fredrik Marinus Kruseman was born in Haarlem, 12th July 1816 to a family, which included a number of artists amongst their relatives, including Jan Adam Kruseman, Director of the Academy of Art in Amsterdam. This latter artist’s tutor had been Jan Reekers (1790-1858) and it was to him also that Fredrik was apprenticed.
Rob Hefferan was born in 1968 in Warrington, Cheshire in the north of England. Hefferan is a talented figurative artist and popular with collectors. His work not only captures the unique character and warmth of each subject, but also transcends form to suggest the living essence of the individual.
Andrei Belichenko is a Russian painter born in 1974 in Kazahstan. Andrei studied in the Graphic Department of the Academy of Arts. Consumed by the importance of detail, realism, and the individual expression of his subjects, Belichenko’s exceptional talent and excellence in academic standing earned him a Master of Fine Arts within five years instead of the customary six.