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Abstract landscapes by Stanislav Bojankov - ‘Inspired by everything’

3 August - 2020
by Alice Broeksma

The award-winning Bulgarian artist Stanislav Bojankov , whose work is widely exhibited, has been painting as long as he can remember. Already as a child he had the urge to dream, think and paint, surrounded by the beauty and old culture of his country. Bulgaria has a rich history reaching back to...

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Editors' pick: (hyper-)realistic paintings

30 July - 2020
by Femke van Leeuwen

Take a look at our latest editors’ pick: a selection of (hyper-)realistic paintings!  Snow Girl 'Snow Girl' - Danguole Serstinskaja Danguole Serstinskaja is a worldwide leading drybrush painter from Lithuania with a hyper-realistic style. By applying oil to paper with a dry...

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Rare opportunity: Tjalf Sparnaay’s early work for sale

22 July - 2020
by Vincent Moleveld

Contemporary Dutch master Tjalf Sparnaay (1954) is leader of the Megarealist art movement. Enlarging everyday objects, his giant fried eggs gained worldwide fame. His earlier work ‘Poesha’ is now on the market. This is a rare opportunity, as Sparnaay’s paintings hardly ever come up for sale....

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Promoting art in Covid-19 time! Castricum windows shopping Art!

6 July - 2020

No parties? Nothing to do? Everything canceled? Where are the customers? Covid-19 has rather spoiled things. We need something positive, something beautiful, something outdoors without having to worry about infection.   In Castricum (The Netherlands) artists, shop owners and shop keepers...


Witness to my inner self - The art of Alain du Pontavice

15 June - 2020

Alain du Pontavice ’s ethereal, multi-layered paintings defy categories. Are they Surreal? Symbolist? Abstract? Form? Yes, all of those things, but none of the labels cover the complexity of the work. “When you see a painting exhibition you should just be open to the impressions, don’t rush...


Buy Art Online

6 March - 2020

Online Gallery .Art  beautifully displays an international selection of paintings, drawings, sculpture, design, jewelry and photography in various price ranges. It is an online art platform managed by internet professionals based in the Netherlands, internationally known for its rich...


Upcoming exhibition Rijksmuseum Amsterdam: "Caravaggio-Bernini. Baroque in Rome"

10 February - 2020

This Friday, February 14, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam will open its new exhibition: “Caravaggio-Bernini. Baroque in Rome”. The exhibition shows more than seventy works by pioneers of Italian baroque art, including Caravaggio and Bernini. In the first decades of the 17th century they made way...


Bronze dreams in pop art - Jorn van Hoorn

4 February - 2020

What began 5000 years ago as an alloy between copper and tin is still alive today. The casting of bronze. Telling stories, the essence of art. Telling the story in form, smell and color. The continuation of a 5000-year-old tradition translated to the present. Apart from the aesthetic side,...


Breitner vs Israels in the Kunstmuseum The Hague

4 February - 2020

In the spring of 1892, Isaac Israels (1865-1934) stood face to face with a beautiful snow-covered cityscape in the window of an art gallery in Amsterdam. It was a painting by George Hendrik Breitner (1857-1923) and it made a devastating impression on him. ‘I thought to myself: I give up,...