3 new artists in this new update.
3 New artists
Tom Phillips was born in Peckham (England) in 1937.Tom Phillips attended drawing classes and lectures on Renaissance iconography alongside his studies at Oxford. Later taught by Frank Auerbach at Camberwell School of Art, Phillips's first solo exhibition in London was in 1965 and he won the John Moores Prize four years later. In the late 1960s Phillips was possibly better known . . .
Born in Tokyo in 1910, Junichi (Jun) Dobashi studied at the city’s art academy in 1933. He studied at the Tokyo Academy of Fine Arts and graduated in oil painting in 1938. He was then a member of a group of artists known in Japan as Khinjukai (Shinjuki). “Shinjuku is a monster that includes the youth and strength of modern Japan. To express these ideas, an eye that looks at everything in . . .
Géraldine Garçon was born in Rennes in 1979. His work was featured a few months ago in our "Our glance at ..." section. After spending her adolescence in South America, she returned to France to continue her studies at the École des Arts décoratifs de Paris. In 2002, having just graduated, Géraldine Garçon crossed paths with the "Association pour l'estampe et l'art populaire". For . . .
Artists' childhood photograph, stamps, posters, tributes recently added.
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Artists' childhood photograph