Category Archives: Artists

Popular Posters & Prints Week of Apr 7th, 2013

Mediterranean Gold by Michael O’toole 28″ x 28″ Last Supper by Tobey 20″ x 8″ Success – Fall Leaf by Craig Little 22″ x 28″ ‘Success is not the key to happiness Happiness is the key to success.’

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July News Roundup

AGO Picasso Exhibition runs till August 26th The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is boasting a showing of Pablo Picasso’s work with Picasso: Masterpieces from the Musee National Picasso, Paris, which is scheduled for a seventeen-week exhibition from April 28th … Continue reading

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Lisa Audit

Lisa Audit started out her life in Marbleton, Quebec and found her love of art at a very young age. She would often spend time browsing at different things in order to inspire her creative mind. Things such as furniture … Continue reading

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Canadian Art News Roundup–June

Canadian Retiree to Claim Nazi-Stolen Art Since they passed a restitution law in 1998, the Austrian government has been returning paintings stolen by the Nazis to descendants of the rightful owners. In all, about 10,000 paintings are back in the … Continue reading

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Claude Theberge’s Brilliant Color Paintings

                            Born in 1934 in Edmunston, New Brunswick, Claude Théberge was raised in Témiscouata and graduated from Quebec City’s École des Beaux-Arts. With the help of scholarships … Continue reading

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What is Neo-Impressionism?

Neo-impressionism refers to a technique where the painting color pigments are not mixed together on the paint palette or on the canvas. Instead, these pigments were placed side by side as small dots, and only in the observer’s eye the … Continue reading

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News from around the Art World

Smithsonian finds color photos of ’06 ‘Quake: A volunteer at the Smithsonian Institution has uncovered what is believed to be the first, and likely the only, color photos of the city of San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake and massive … Continue reading

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R.H. van Rijn (AKA Rembrandt)

Dutch Renaissance Master painter Rembrandt van Rijn was born July 15, 1606. Widely revered as one of the greatest painters in world history, he was definitely the most significant Dutch painter of all time. Rembrandt created his art during a … Continue reading

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Canadian “Asian Fusion” Artist Don Li-Leger

Canadian artist Don Li-Leger was born in North Vancouver, BC in 1948 and raised in the area while displaying a keen interest in nature and art. He has painted since he was a child, focusing on natural elements within his … Continue reading

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Impressionist Art

The 19th-century saw an art movement that started in Paris and took the world by storm. Impressionist paintings are characterized by small and thin brush strokes, unusual angles, and the accurate capture of light as it changed and depicted time … Continue reading

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