Born: July 22, 1948, Lupeni/Hunedoara, Romania, currently living and working in München, Germany.
István Sándorfi (In France Étienne Sandorfi, born 12 June 1948 in Budapest, Hungary, died 26 December 2007 in Paris, France) was a Hungarian hyperrealist painter.
Roland Heyder was born in Singen (Germany) in 1956. He has been active as an artist in the professional field since 1980. His work reflects his great love for expressive autonomy and there is a lot of attention for detail in his work.
Łukasz Jaruga, born March 16, 1984 in Tczew (Poland). He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. Artistic experience he gained in painting workshops from prof. Teresa Miszkin, prof. Andrzej Dyakowskiego, prof. Zbigniew Gorlak, prof. Adam Haras and others.
Michael Parkes is the world’s leading magical realist painter, sculptor, and stone lithographer. His decades of success as a fine artist stand out in the art world where few artists ever achieve success in both the primary and secondary markets.
Jolanda Richter was born in 1971 in Almelo, Netherlands. Aged three the family moved to Hamburg, at age six to Vienna. She quickly took up art and music. She was admitted into the ‚University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna‘, where she studied the cello for five years.
Leclercq is a talented French painter who has exhibited and received prizes for his work in France and the US. An artist formerly dedicated to drawing, Leclerq now considers himself a most traditional painter. Working within New Realism Art, his pieces immerse us into rich environments and showcase the sublime feminine.
Born in southern Island of Taiwan in 1955. His birth name is 胡文賢, which phonetically translates as Wen Shyan Hun. So that people, in his time as a student in Spain, could easily memorize his name, he began to use the nickname Santos Hu, which to this day used as a artistic [pseudonym]].
Igor V. Volosnikov, better known by its abbreviated name Igor Volos was born 1964 in the Ural mountains at Kirov (Russia). He graduated there from the Schools of Art and of Higher Art before teaching as senior artist at the RKhMC Prior to that he studied monumental art in MGPU (named after Stroganov) as well as Restoration of monumental painting, after which he helped restore a temple in Sao Paulo (Brazil) built bythe Bibikovs, a family of royal nobility.