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Medium: Crayon
Hard Conversations by Murray Duncan, mix media on artist board
Located in Toronto, CA
Hard Conversations by Murray Duncan, 2023 Mix media on artist board Size - 48" x 60" x 2" Unframed Murray Duncan is a self-taught creative visionary. Know for his large-scale, expre...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Pastel, Acrylic, Wood Panel

No Reason by Murray Duncan, mix media on artist board, abstract geometric
Located in Toronto, CA
No Reason by Murray Duncan 2024 Mix media on artist board Size 48" H x 60" W x 1.5" D Unframed Murray Duncan is a self-taught creative visionary. Know for his large-scale, expressiv...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Geometric Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Oil Pastel, Oil, Acrylic, Wood Panel

Light Hearted by Murray Duncan, mix media on canvas, abstract geometric modern
Located in Toronto, CA
Light Hearted by Murray Duncan, 2024 Mix media on canvas Size: 50" x 77" x 1.5 Unframed
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Geometric Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Pastel, Acrylic

Last Thoughts by Murray Duncan, triptych mix media on canvas, abstract geometric
Located in Toronto, CA
Last Thoughts by Murray Duncan, 2024 Triptych - 3 panels MIx media on canvas Unframed Size - 30" x 40" x 1.5" each panel Murray Duncan is a self-taught creative visionary. Know for ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Geometric Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Oil Pastel, Acrylic

Paths of Memory
Located in OIA, ES
🔸 _Title: Paths of Memory 🔸 _Artist: Diego Tirigall 🔸 _Year of Creation: 2024 🔸 _Dimensions: 200 x 160 cm 🔸 _Medium: Acrylic, Enamel, Oil Pastel, ...
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2010s Street Art Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Enamel

Monumental Surrealist Pastel, Of Course We Evolve But Does Anything Ever Change?
Located in Cotignac, FR
Surrealist, figurative large scale pastel of a deconstructed head and other elements by Gordon Muir. With original exhibition title label. Presented in fine silvered wood and fabric custom frame, under glass. A magnificent and truly monumental work of a 'deconstructed' head and three other triptych elements. Influenced by the paintings of Francis Bacon and Salvador Dali the work is intriguing and arresting at the same time. We can see how Muir gained such success later for his sculptural pieces as he is even in this work thinking in three dimensions. On closer inspection the details reveal themselves, the eyeball reminiscent of the shell of a horse chestnut, the furry surface to the tongue all in soft pastel shades. The three upper elements, in monochrome revealing the development of man. A really intriguing and strong painting that would grace any interior and be the talking point of any collection. It is very unusual to find a pastel of these proportions. The medium itself gives the work a softness creating an intriguing juxtaposition to the subject itself. Sculptor, born in Hawick, Gordon Muir was educated at art colleges in London, Scotland and the University of New Mexico, after which he spent time working with woodblock artists in Japan. He has more recently concentrated his artistic endeavours on sculpture, much of this in collaboration with the Paul Hogarth...
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Late 20th Century Surrealist Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Pastel, Paper

Leaving Orange Pt. 1 (2020) Oil on panel sunrise sunset cityscape urban skyscape
Located in Jersey City, NJ
"Leaving Orange Pt. 1" (2020) by Francesca Reyes Oil painting on wood panel, urban skyscape, sunrise or sunset Figurative Art / Representations of Architecture / Cityscapes and City Scenes / Dark Colors Small scale vertical contemporary landscape, cityscape. Moody color tones of a Philadelphia...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Oil, Pastel, Wood Panel, Graphite

Tulip Mania Triptych - Basquiat Style
Located in OIA, ES
The Painting and Its Style: "Tulip Mania" This painting is a prime example of Neo-Expressionism, a movement in the arts that emerged in the late 1970s and is characterized by its bo...
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2010s Street Art Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Enamel

"Tomorrow is Hope" Bears in nature, Cowgirl motifs painting
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This piece titled "Tomorrow is Hope" is an original artwork by Crystal Latimer and is made of acrylic, pastel, ink, flock, 24k gold, cotton tassels on panel. This piece measures 28"...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Gold

First Class Girl - Framed Original Colorful Blonde Girl Pop Art Painting
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Nelson De La Nuez is one of the most sought-after contemporary Pop artists practicing today. His striking, vivid mixed media artwork borrows motifs and messages from the language of wealth, power, fame, excess, taste, and access to cast a narrative about modern society. Known to many as The King of Pop Art, De La Nuez is an innate iconoclast, elevating themes from commerce, pop culture, advertising, and branding to provide commentary on our culture—showing us that the entire world is for sale—in a manner that is both ironic and aspirational. This one-of-a-kind 51.5-inch high by 42-inch wide original artwork is a mixed media and oil pastel composition layered on paper. This artwork is signed by the artist on the front. This artwork is framed in a modern white wood frame. Size and price include frame. Free local Los Angeles delivery. Affordable Continental U.S. and worldwide shipping. A certificate of authenticity issued by the art gallery is included. Included in the “Who’s Who List of the Most Collected Artists of Our Time '', De La Nuez was born in Cuba and moved as a child to California, where he was initially introduced to many of the iconic images that he uses in his art to this day. His ability to experience these important cultural touchpoints at such a young age with a purely fresh perspective allows him a distinctive point of view—one that is both critical and embracing, sardonic and sentimental—that lends his work an air of accessibility and curiosity and has led to his significant popularity. REPRESENTATION Artplex Gallery, Los Angeles, California, USA EXHIBITIONS 2023 "Perspectives on Street Art", Artplex Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 2022 "Freestyle Iconography", Artplex Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 2021 Hamptons Market Art & Design. The Bridgehampton Museum 2021 Beach Life, DTR Modern Gallery, Nantucket 2021 “Live It Up” De La Nuez, Jennifer Balcos Gallery, Buckhead, ATL 2021 “Winter Wonderland”, DTR Modern Gallery, Washington DC 2020 DTR Modern Gallery, New York 2020 White Room Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY 2020 A Style Gallery, Solo Show, Hong Kong 2020 DTR Modern Gallery, Boston 2019 Pop Art Then & Now, DTR Modern Gallery, Boston, MA 2019 Melbourne Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, Australia 2019 Hamptons Market Art & Design, the Bridgehampton Museum 2019 Art Fair Hong Kong 2018 Art Fair, New York, NY 2018 Baselworld, Basel, Switzerland 2018 Art Market San Francisco, CA 2018 LA Modern...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Oil Pastel, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Paper

"Won't Take the Easy Road" Wild West motifs, Cowgirl on her horse painting
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This piece titled "Won't Take the Easy Road" is an original artwork by Crystal Latimer and is made of acrylic, pastel, ink, flock, 24k gold, cotton tassels on panel. The dimensions a...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Gold

Style of Basquiat "Universal" graffiti art
Located in Jerusalem, IL
Jared Bernstein "Universal", 2022 acrylic, oilstick and acrylic paint marker on canvas 101 x 204 cm 40 x 80 in I’m the kinda fellow To ruffle your feathers Sure we can talk about...
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2010s Outsider Art Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Oil Pastel, Acrylic, Permanent Marker, Canvas

Pastel of River Mountain in English Countryside by 20th Century British Artist
Located in Preston, GB
Original Pastel Drawing of River Mountain in the English Countryside by 20th Century British Artist, Wendy Reeves. Art measures 22 x 14 inches Frame me...
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Late 20th Century Realist Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Paper, Oil Pastel, Pastel

Light Catcher, Swimmer, Water, Work on board, Pastel, Blue, Female Figure
Located in Riverdale, NY
Light Catcher is a figurative artwork featuring a female swimmer through the water. It is a Pastel on archival board. It is the first time in 30 years Bennett has created artwork with pastels. The Artwork is 32" x 40". It is framed to 40" x 48" with a white frame. This is new 2023 work by Hawaii artist, Carol Bennett. Carol Bennett spends all of her time surrounded by water, and a great deal within it. Her work is a meditative journey through both the water and through life. She is intrigued by how life continues to flow and change, being both in the moment and timeless. The viewer will experience being in a state “flow” – where the currents of the ocean suspend life and self, and the unexpected floats to the surface. Carol's work has been featured in many solo and group exhibits throughout California, New York, Martha's Vineyard and Hawaii including a 2007 solo show at the First Hawaiian Center at the Contemporary Museum of Art (Honolulu) and a 2018 group show "Making Waves" exhibit at the Honolulu Museum of Art. Her work was seen alongside April Gornik, Agnes Martin, Kiki Smith, and Pat Steir. In 2019, she was also featured in exhibits at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center, the Hawaii State Art Museum and a solo exhibit at the Honolulu Museum of Art. She also just completed a 40 piece glass panel commission at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu. She has been featured in Hamptons Cottages & Gardens, Ocean Home...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

Materials

Pastel, Board

"Go Your Own Way", buffalo painting on panel, 24k gold detailing
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This piece titled "Go Your Own Way" is an original artwork by Crystal Latimer and is made of acrylic, pastel, ink, flock, 24k gold, cotton tassels on panel. This piece measures 34"h...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Gold

Man with a Hat on a Yellow & Blue background with a Red Flag floating
Located in Miami, FL
Born in the South of France in 1926 and raised by very strict parents, Jean Sanglar was prohibited from playing with same age mates. Truly talented, as a young boy he drew frequentl...
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Late 20th Century Neo-Expressionist Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Acrylic, Pastel, Mixed Media, Oil Crayon, Oil Pastel, Oil

Eduardo Infante, Prana, 2013
Located in New York, NY
This oil and oil pastel on paper, depicts a female figure looking back at us wearing only black leggings. Her arms are raised in an upward stretch. Her figure is set on a pink back...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Oil Pastel

Large Richard Merkin Painting Harlem Jazz Club, New Yorker Magazine Cover Artist
Located in Surfside, FL
Richard Marshall Merkin (American, 1938-2009) Gladys and Half-Pint Hand signed 'Merkin' (center right), Titled, inscribed, dated, and initialed 'GLADYS BENTLEY AND FRANKIE 'HALF-PINT' JAXON 1997/R.M.' verso. Oil on canvas 37 1/2 x 72 in. (95.3 x 182.9 cm) framed 39 1/4 x 74 x 2 in. Gladys Alberta Bentley (August 12, 1907 – January 18, 1960) was an American blues singer, pianist, and entertainer during the Harlem Renaissance. Her career skyrocketed when she appeared at Harry Hansberry's Clam House, a well-known gay speakeasy in New York in the 1920s, as a black, lesbian, cross-dressing performer. She headlined in the early 1930s at Harlem's Ubangi Club, where she was backed up by a chorus line of drag queens. She dressed in men's clothes (including a signature tailcoat and top hat), played piano, and sang her own raunchy lyrics to popular tunes of the day in a deep, growling voice while flirting with women in the audience. On the decline of the Harlem speakeasies with the repeal of Prohibition, she relocated to southern California, where she was billed as "America's Greatest Sepia Piano Player" and the "Brown Bomber of Sophisticated Songs". She was frequently harassed for wearing men's clothing. She tried to continue her musical career but did not achieve as much success as she had had in the past. Bentley was openly lesbian early in her career, but during the McCarthy Era she started wearing dresses and married, claiming to have been "cured" by taking female hormones. Frankie "Half-Pint" Jaxon, born Frank Devera Jackson was an African American vaudeville singer, stage designer and comedian, popular in the 1920s and 1930s. He was born in Montgomery, Alabama, orphaned, and raised in Kansas City, Missouri. His nickname of "Half Pint" referred to his 5'2" height. He started in show business around 1910 as a singer in Kansas City, before travelling extensively with medicine shows in Texas, and then touring the eastern seaboard. His feminine voice and outrageous manner, often as a female impersonator, established him as a crowd favorite. By 1917 he had begun working regularly in Atlantic City, New Jersey and in Chicago, often with such performers as Bessie Smith and Ethel Waters, whose staging he helped design. He served slightly less than a year in the United States Army in 1918–1919 and rose to the rank of sergeant. In the late 1920s he sang with top jazz bands when they passed through Chicago, working with Bennie Moten, King Oliver, Freddie Keppard and others. He performed and recorded with the pianists Cow Cow Davenport, Tampa Red and "Georgia Tom" Dorsey, recording with the latter pair under the name of The Black Hillbillies. He also recorded with the Harlem Hamfats. In the 1930s, he was often on radio in the Chicago area, and led his own band, titled Frankie "Half Pint" Jaxon and His Quarts of Joy. Jaxon appeared with Duke Ellington in a film short titled Black and Tan (1929), and with Bessie Smith in "St. Louis Blues" (1929). Cab Calloway's "Minnie the Moocher" (1931) is based both musically and lyrically on Jaxon's "Willie the Weeper" (1927). Richard Merkin, Sometimes described as Rhode Island’s most famous New York artist, Richard Merkin has led a dual life for nearly 40 years - teaching at RISD while enjoying a celebrated painting career based in New York City. He has exhibited in countless gallery and museum shows in the US and abroad and is represented in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institution, The Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum, the RISD museum and many others. In addition to contributing drawings and paintings to The New Yorker (along with, Art Spiegelman, Saul Steinberg, Harper’s, The New York Times Sunday Magazine and several books on Erotica and Baseball, he is a contributing editor for Vanity Fair and a former style columnist for GQ. Merkin’s honors include a Tiffany Foundation Fellowship and the Rosenthal Foundation Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Museums and Selected Collections : The American Federation of Arts, New York, NY Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA First city Bank, Chicago, Ill Fisk University Art Gallery, Nashville, TN Hallmark Collections, Kansas City, MO Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA Maimi-Dade Junior College, Miami, FL Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI Minnesota Museum of Art, Minneapolis, MN Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, RI McClung Museum, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN Pennsylvania Acadamy of the Arts, Philadelphia PA Prudential Insurance Company, Boston, Ma Prudential Insurance Company, Newark, NJ Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA Sara Robey Foundation, New York, NY Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC State University of Brockport, Brockport, NY Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY Selected Publications : 1986-Present Contributing Editor, Vanity Fair ..1988-Present, New Yorker... 1988-Present, style column, GQ...1997, Text and Illustration for The Tijuana Bibles, published by Simon & Shuster, 1995, Illustrated book, Leagues Apart: the Men and Times of the Negro Baseball Leagues published by Morrow. 1967 Cover of the Beatles “Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band” Album (Mr. Merkin appears in the back row, right of center) RISD: MFA in Painting, 1963; Professor, Department of Painting special skill: Merging his role as flaneur (connoisseur of city life) with his role as painter and social historian, Merkin retrieves lost cultural artifacts – a Turkish cigarette, a gangster, a bowler and generally “things most people don’t know about” – and reconstitutes their Jazz Age virtues on canvas in cubist, comic-laced landscapes of tropical color. (ala Robert Crumb and Ben Katchor) breaking in: Perpetually on the fly from his middle-class Brooklyn background, Merkin found the perfect escape in the mid ‘60s in George Frazier, a dapper Boston columnist who inspired the emerging New York painter’s overnight reinvention of himself. The elements of structure, stability and surprise he admired in this well-dressed dandy – a cool linen suit, a splash of suspender, a polka dot scarf and pearl-handled walking stick – soon surfaced in paintings peopled by impeccable underdogs of café society along with his personal pop heroes: William Burroughs, Bobby Short and Krazy Kat...
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1990s American Modern Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Oil Pastel, Oil

'Show Me the Money: Ultra Luxury Edition, ' by XVALA, Mixed Media Painting
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
This large 119" x 72" mixed media painting by the artist, XVALA, is from his series 'Pandemic Collection: 8' and depicts bright colorful cartoon chara...
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2010s Abstract Expressionist Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Oil Crayon, Screen, Canvas, Mixed Media, Acrylic

Untitled, Dry Pastel on Paper by Artist Jogen Chowdhury "In Stock
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
Jogen Chowdhury Untitled, Dry Pastel on Paper 17.5 x 23 inches (unframed size ) ( Framed & Delivered ) Style : He has immense contribution in inspiring young artists of India. Jog...
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1990s Modern Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Paper, Pastel

Attack From Above, 2020, acrylic, oil, canvas, yarn, thread, green, pink, eagle
Located in Jersey City, NJ
Attack From Above, 2020, acrylic, oil, canvas, yarn and thread on canvas. Green, blue, pink, eagle, jet, spider-man, abstract.
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Thread, Yarn, Pastel, Mixed Media, Oil, Acrylic, Graphite

Futurist, Novecento Italiano, Mid Century Italian Painting, Figures at the Baths
Located in Cotignac, FR
Mid 20th Century Italian Futurist, Novecento Italiano, work on paper, signed bottom right and with dedication top right (see photos). The subject is bathers enjoying the delights of a spa and sauna with colourful tiling to the background. The classical figures languorously positioned in repose but the central 'white' figure in stark contrast. The play on colours gives the work a vibrancy. The drawing is possibly a preparatory sketch for a larger work or mural. A vibrant, exciting and colourful work incorporating the styles of Futurism and the Novecento Italiano movement and with the influences or artists such as Anselmo Bucci, Adami, Jean Helion, Maryan, Achille Funi and Ugo Guidi. Anselmo Bucci was born in 1887 in Fossombrone in the district of Pesaro. Even though he studied Classics, right from a tender age he showed a talent for drawing and, when his parents moved near to Florence, he was taught by the artist Francesco Salvini. In 1904 the family settled in Monza and so the boy was able to study for a year at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, but he did not follow up this educational experience and in 1906 he left Italy for Paris where he came into contact with the Parisian avant-garde, met fellow Italian artists such as Severini and Modigliani, and made friends with Picasso, Utrillo and Apollinaire. In 1907 he showed a painting at the Salon, but these Parisian years were most important for his love of engraving techniques – etching and dry point that enabled him to fully develop his themes characterised by movement. On the outbreak of war in 1915 he returned to Italy and he enlisted in the same battalion as several Futurist artists such as Martinetti, Boccioni, Sant’Elia and Carlo Erba. In 1914 he won the silver medal at the Mostra dell’Incisione (Exhibition of Engravings) at Florence. In 1917 in Paris he published pictures of war scenes entitled “Croquis du Front Italien”. In 1919 he printed twelve lithographs entitled “Finis Austriae” again showing events from the war. At the end of the war he lived between Milan and Paris and he dedicated his time completely to his art with personal exhibitions, exhibiting at all the most important Italian and French shows, in Belgium, Holland and England. In 1922, he established the group “Movimento del Novecento”, (Novecento Italiano), (20th century Movement) a joint venture with the artists Sironi, Funi, Oppi, Malerba, Dudreville and Marussig. Their aim was to return to figurative art in contrast with the growing extremism of the Avant-gardists. In 1925 he worked on the illustration of the first edition of Kipling’s The Jungle Book producing eight dry point plates. In the early 30’s he lived in Bucci, Trieste, where he worked on the furnishing of the steamships for the Trieste Navigazione Libera, at the same time he continued to work on many book illustrations. During the second European war he adapted to being a war artist recording the events of the war as he had done previously. Indeed the engravings depicting battles of the Marines and the Air Force belong to this period. In 1945, following the bombing of his house in Milan, he returned to Monza to his father’s home where he remained until his death. Futurism was an Italian art movement of the early twentieth century that aimed to capture in art the dynamism and energy of the modern world. Futurism was launched by the Italian poet Filippo Tommaso Marinetti in 1909. On 20 February he published his Manifesto of Futurism on the front page of the Paris newspaper Le Figaro. Among modernist movements futurism was exceptionally vehement in its denunciation of the past. This was because in Italy the weight of past culture was felt as particularly oppressive. In the Manifesto, Marinetti asserted that ‘we will free Italy from her innumerable museums which cover her like countless cemeteries’. What the futurists proposed instead was an art that celebrated the modern world of industry and technology: We declare…a new beauty, the beauty of speed. A racing motor car…is more beautiful than the Victory of Samothrace. (A celebrated ancient Greek sculpture in the Louvre museum in Paris.) Futurist painting used elements of neo-impressionism and cubism to create compositions that expressed the idea of the dynamism, the energy and movement, of modern life. Chief artists associated with futurism were Giacomo Balla, Umberto Boccioni, Gino Severini. After the brutality of the first world war, many artists rejected the avant-garde notions of futurism and other pre-war movements, by using more traditional and reassuring approaches, a phenomenon described as the ‘return to order’. Novecento Italiano was founded by Anselmo Bucci (1887–1955), Leonardo Dudreville (1885–1975), Achille Funi, Gian Emilio Malerba (1880–1926), Pietro Marussig, Ubaldo Oppi, and Mario Sironi. Motivated by a post-war "call to order", they were brought together by Lino Pesaro, a gallery owner interested in modern art, and Margherita Sarfatti, a writer and art critic who worked on Italian dictator Benito Mussolini's newspaper, The People of Italy (Il Popolo d'Italia). Sarfatti was also Mussolini's mistress. The movement was officially launched in 1923 at an exhibition in Milan, with Mussolini as one of the speakers. The group was represented at the Venice Biennale of 1924 in a gallery of its own, with the exception of Oppi, who exhibited in a separate gallery. Oppi's defection caused him to be ejected from the group, which subsequently split and was reformed. The new Novecento Italiano staged its first group exhibition in Milan in 1926. Several of the artists were war veterans; Sarfatti had lost a son in the war. The group wished to take on the Italian establishment and create an art associated with the rhetoric of fascism. The artists supported the fascist regime and their work became associated with the state propaganda department, although Mussolini reprimanded Sarfatti for using his name and the name of fascism to promote Novecento. The name of the movement (which means 1900s) was a deliberate reference to great periods of Italian art in the past, the Quattrocento and Cinquecento (1400s and 1500s). The group rejected European avant garde art and wished to revive the tradition of large format history painting in the classical manner. It lacked a precise artistic programme and included artists of different styles and temperament, for example, Carrà and Marini. It aimed to promote a renewed yet traditional Italian art. Sironi said, “if we look at the painters of the second half of the 19th century, we find that only the revolutionary were great and that the greatest were the most revolutionary”; the artists of Novecento Italiano “would not imitate the world created by God but would be inspired by it”. Despite official patronage, Novecento art did not always have an easy ride in Fascist Italy. Mussolini was personally uninterested in art and divided official support among various groups so as to keep artists on the side of the regime. Opening the exhibition of Novecento art in 1923 he declared that “it is far from my idea to encourage anything like a state art. Art belongs to the domain of the individual. The state has only one duty: not to undermine art, to provide humane conditions for artists, to encourage them from the artistic and national point of view." The movement was in competition with other pro-Fascist movements, especially Futurism and the regionalist Strapaese movement. Novecento Italiano also met outright opposition. Achille Starace, the General Secretary of the Fascist Party, attacked it in the Fascist daily press and there was virulent criticism of its “un-Italian" qualities by artists and critics. In the 1930s, a group of professors and students at the Accademia di Brera established an opposition group to Novecento Italiano. Among them was the director of the academy Aldo Carpi, and students Afro, Aldo Badoli, Aldo Bergolli, Renato Birolli, Bruno Cassinari, Cherchi, Alfredo Chighine, Grosso, Renato Guttuso, Dino Lanaro, Giuseppe Migneco, Mantica, Ennio Morlotti, Aligi Sassu, Ernesto Treccani, Italo Valenti, and Emilio Vedova (and later Giuseppe Ajmone...
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Mid-20th Century Futurist Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Paper, Pastel, Crayon, Pencil

Large Colorful 1983 Neo Expressionist Roberto Juarez Oil Painting Tron Family
Located in Surfside, FL
Roberto Juarez, (American, 1952- ) Tron Family. 1983. Signed, dated & titled. Oil and oil stick on canvas. Provenance: Robert Miller Gallery, NY., Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, CA Roberto Juarez (born 1952) is an American visual artist known for his paintings, murals, and mixed-media works. Born in Chicago, (parents of both Mexican and Puerto Rican Latino heritage) Juarez received his B.F.A. at the San Francisco Art Institute (1977) and pursued graduate studies in Television and Film at the University of California, Los Angeles. Juarez frequently employs painterly floral motifs, which are inspired by the traditions of Hispanic, Latin American and non-Western painting. Roberto Juarez has been a significant presence in the art worlds of New York, Miami, Colorado, and beyond since the early 1980s. In 1978, Juarez completed his graduate thesis for UCLA in Paris and decided not to return to L.A. Juarez relocated to New York City, where in 1981, Ellen Stewart offered Juarez a former garage owned by La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club as an artist studio. The space, which had no water or electricity, was offered to Juarez rent-free, provided that he clean and maintain it. He was active in the Neo Expressionist era of the the late 1980's along with Julian Schnabel and David Salle. Throughout the 80s and 90s Juarez painted the branching forms of trees and flowers. While living in Miami in the 90s, Juarez began to incorporate peat moss, rice paper, and other natural materials in his canvases. Since 2000, and his move from Miami back to New York, Juarez's imagery turned more abstract, typically featuring geometric forms and systems. In a review from this period, art critic Grace Glueck noted that his works feature “a contrast between the softness of the grounds – blends of transparent and opaque materials in muted colors – and their strong geometric-organic motifs." In his use of elements of nature to portray an idyllic unity, Juarez looks back to such early-20th-century painters as Franz Marc and Henri Matisse. He has done prints with Shark’s Ink Studios in Lyons and Anderson Ranch Arts Center as well as Tamarind Institute. Roberto Juarez is a visual artist who has been active in the areas of painting, printmaking, drawing, and large-scale public commissions throughout his career. His work has been exhibited throughout the United States and Mexico, and is included in major museum collections such as the Brooklyn Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, El Museo del Barrio, the Denver Art Museum, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Pérez Art Museum Miami, the Newark Museum, and the Speed Art Museum. He has completed public art projects and murals for the Miami International Airport, Grand Central Terminal, the Miami-Dade County Courthouse, Whitman College, and the University of Michigan College of Engineering. Juarez won the Prix de Rome in 1997 and was a Guggenheim Fellow in 2001-2002. Select Solo Exhibitions Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO La MaMa Galleria, New York, NY Pace Prints New York, NY Charles Cowles Gallery, New York, NY Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, KS Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL, Bonnie Clearwater, Curator and Author Robert Miller Gallery, New York, NY Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL Galeria Ramis Barquet, Monterrey, Mexico Richard Green Gallery, Santa Monica, CA Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco, CA Andre Emmerich Gallery, Zurich Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, Canada San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA Select Group Exhibitions 2018 May China 2018, China National Academy of Painting, Beijing, China 2017 Love Among the Ruins, 56 Bleecker Gallery and Late 80's New York, Howl! Arts Incorporated, New York, NY 2015 Inside the Episode: curated by Jack Pierson, Launch F18 Gallery, New York, NY 2015 MTA Arts Design Illustrates the City, The Museum of American Illustration at The Society of Illustrators, New York 2015 The Annual; National Academy Museum, New York, NY 2008 One of a Kind; Monoprints & Monotypes, Spencertown Academy Art Center, Spencertown, New York 2001 Roberto Juarez and Julio Galan...
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1980s Neo-Expressionist Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Oil Crayon, Oil

Florecer 1
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Nico Amortegui, a talented Cuban graffiti artist, creates captivating original artworks on canvas in the figurative cubism style. His large-scale painti...
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21st Century and Contemporary Cubist Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Oil Pastel, Mixed Media, Acrylic

Redhead
Located in Aberdeen Dyce, GB
Materials: Oil on canvas, oil pastels, gold leaf The image of a strong, domineering, self-sufficient woman
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2010s Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Gold Leaf

Whelming Over, Mixed media layered resin painting
Located in Denver, CO
Marc Scheff's "Whelming Over" is a multi-layered resin painting that is made using acrylic, pan pastel, pencil, gold leaf, layered resin and dep...
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2010s Other Art Style Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Gold Leaf

American Dream, Mixed media layered resin painting
Located in Denver, CO
Marc Scheff's "American Dream" is a multi-layered resin painting that is made using art resin, acrylic, pan pastel, pencil, and gold leaf. Abo...
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2010s Other Art Style Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Gold Leaf

Feathers are Blue, Mixed media layered resin painting
Located in Denver, CO
Marc Scheff's "Feathers are Blue" is a multi-layered resin painting that is made using acrylic, pan pastel, pencil, gold leaf, layered resin, moleskine sketchbook, About the artist:...
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2010s Other Art Style Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Gold Leaf

Ukrainian Contemporary Art by Orest Hrystak - Les Demoiselles de Monti
Located in Paris, IDF
Mixed media, oil, acrylics, pigments, pastel on canvas
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2010s Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Mixed Media, Acrylic, Pastel, Oil

Masculinity, Mixed media layered resin painting
Located in Denver, CO
Marc Scheff's "Masculinity" is a multi-layered resin painting that is made using oil, acrylic, pencil, pan pastel, caran d'ache, layered resin a...
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2010s Other Art Style Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Oil, Pastel, Resin, Acrylic

Adolf Hölzel Pastel Mutter mit Kinder ( Mother with Children ), 1930
Located in Berlin, DE
Pastel and graphite on paper, 1930 by Adolf Richard Hoelzel ( 1853-1934 ), Germany. Estate stamp verso. Height: 5.71 in ( 14,5 cm ), Width: 4.53 in ( 11,5 cm ). Framed: 13.39 x 12.2...
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1930s Abstract Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Pastel, Graphite

Hudson River School Landscape with a portrait of a Boy and Dog Original Pastel
Located in Soquel, CA
Portrait of a young boy and his dog in oil pastel on paper on linen by Maurice B. Rosenbaum (American, 1868-1942) An American portrait painter form New York. Notable paintings includ...
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1930s Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Oil Pastel, Pastel, Linen, Stretcher Bars

Marseille - Post Impressionist Landscape Pastel by Hugues Claude Pissarro
Located in Marlow, Buckinghamshire
Signed and titled pastel on paper figures in landscape circa 1990 by French post impressionist painter Hugues Claude Pissarro. The work depicts a view of the tramway on the Rue de No...
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1990s Post-Impressionist Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Paper, Pastel

The Lightning by Franco Salas Borquez - Contemporary seascape painting, ocean
Located in Paris, FR
The Lightning is a unique pigments and silver crayon on wood painting by contemporary artist Franco Salas Borquez, dimensions are 80 × 60 cm (31.5 × 23.6 in). The artwork is signed,...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Silver

No. 209 by Hongyu Zhang - Contemporary portrait painting, mixed media, orange
Located in Paris, FR
No. 209 is a unique painting by contemporary artist Hongyu Zhang. The painting is made with India ink, acrylic, charcoal and pastel on canvas, dimensions are 140 × 100 cm (55.1 × 39....
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Mixed Media, Canvas, Charcoal, Pastel, India Ink, Acrylic

No. 207 by Hongyu Zhang - Contemporary portrait painting, mixed media, orange
Located in Paris, FR
No. 207 is a unique painting by contemporary artist Hongyu Zhang. The painting is made with India ink, pastel and acrylic on canvas, dimensions are 120 × 60 cm (47.2 × 23.6 in). The...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Pastel, India Ink, Mixed Media, Acrylic

No. 206 by Hongyu Zhang - Contemporary portrait painting, mixed media, orange
Located in Paris, FR
No. 206 is a unique painting by contemporary artist Hongyu Zhang. The painting is made with India ink, charcoal, pastel and acrylic on kraft paper mounted on canvas, dimensions are 1...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Paper, Charcoal, Pastel, India Ink, Mixed Media, Acrylic

Tribute to Rodin 5 by Zhang Hongyu - Contemporary portrait painting, dark tones
Located in Paris, FR
Tribute to Rodin 5 is a unique painting by contemporary artist Hongyu Zhang. The painting is made with Indian ink, pastel, acrylic, engraving and collage on cardboard mounted on canv...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Pastel, Ink, Acrylic, Cardboard, Engraving

No. 200 by Hongyu Zhang - Contemporary portrait painting, mixed media, orange
Located in Paris, FR
No. 200 is a unique painting by contemporary artist Hongyu Zhang. The painting is made with Indian ink, charcoal, pastels and acrylic on canvas, dimensions are 150 × 100 cm (59.1 × 3...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Mixed Media, Canvas, Charcoal, Pastel, India Ink, Acrylic

The night by Franco Salas Borquez - Black & white painting, ocean waves, sea
Located in Paris, FR
The night is a unique pigments, acrylics and pastel on canvas painting by contemporary artist Franco Salas Borquez, dimensions are 150 × 212 cm (59.1 × 83.5 in). The artwork is sign...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Pastel, Acrylic, Pigment

The sunrise by Franco Salas Borquez - Black & white painting, ocean waves, sea
Located in Paris, FR
The sunrise is a unique pigments, acrylics and pastel on canvas painting by contemporary artist Franco Salas Borquez, dimensions are 120 × 200 cm (47.2 × 78.7 in). The artwork is si...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Acrylic, Pastel, Pigment

Augmented Meteorite II by Oliver Ashworth-Martin - Pastel drawing, nature, plant
Located in Paris, FR
Augmented Meteorite II is a unique pastel, 23k gold leaf, cotton paper drawing by contemporary English sculptor Oliver Ashworth-Martin, dimensions including oak frame are 113 × 75 cm...
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2010s Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Gold

The deluge by Franco Salas Borquez - Black & white painting, ocean waves, sea
Located in Paris, FR
The deluge is a unique pigments, acrylics and pastel on canvas painting by contemporary artist Franco Salas Borquez, dimensions are 50 × 100 cm (19.7 × 39.4 in). The artwork is sign...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Pastel, Pigment, Acrylic

A Second 4 by Hongyu Zhang - Semi-abstract contemporary painting, black, orange
Located in Paris, FR
A second 4 is a unique painting by contemporary artist Hongyu Zhang. The painting is made with India ink, acrylic, pastel and engraving on grey cardboard mounted on canvas, dimension...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Pastel, India Ink, Acrylic, Cardboard, Etching

Augmented Meteorite I by Oliver Ashworth-Martin - Pastel drawing, nature, plant
Located in Paris, FR
Augmented Meteorite I is a unique pastel, 23k gold leaf, cotton paper drawing by contemporary English sculptor Oliver Ashworth-Martin, dimensions including oak frame are 120 × 120 cm...
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2010s Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Gold

Tribute to Michelangelo III by Zhang Hongyu - Contemporary portrait painting
Located in Paris, FR
Tribute to Michelangelo III is a unique painting by contemporary artist Hongyu Zhang. The painting is made with Indian ink, pastel, acrylic, engraving and...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Ink, Pastel, Acrylic, Cardboard, Engraving

Tribute to Michelangelo IV by Zhang Hongyu - mixed media and engraving, blue
Located in Paris, FR
Tribute to Michelangelo IV is a painting by Paris-based Chinese contemporary artist ZHANG Hongyu which represents the famous David by Michelangelo, exhibited at the Galleria dell’Academia of Firenze in Italy. Fascinated by this sculpture, Hongyu Zhang...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Pastel, Ink, Acrylic, Cardboard, Engraving, Charcoal

Almazan Realistic Still Life Acrylic Painting
Located in CORAL GABLES - MIAMI, FL
Almazan Realistic Still Life Acrylic Painting framed MIQUEL was an artist focused on the art of realism. His structured works on his great mastery of drawing, are romantic and tran...
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Early 2000s Expressionist Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Pastel

Tribute to Artists 17 by Zhang Hongyu - Contemporary portrait painting, blue
Located in Paris, FR
Tribute to Artists 17 is a unique painting by contemporary artist Hongyu Zhang. The painting is made with Indian ink, acrylic, charcoal, pastel and engraving on gray cardboard mounte...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Charcoal, Pastel, India Ink, Acrylic, Cardboard, Engraving

Racing Queen Oil and Acrylic on canvas 48x62
Located in Southampton, NY
Ceravolo's just completed oil and acrylic "Racing Queen" original painting on canvas measures a large 48"x62". There are no silkscreens or stencils used in creating this painting, i...
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2010s Pop Art Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Oil Crayon, Oil, Acrylic

Domingo. 22 naked woman back.original pastel painting
Located in CORAL GABLES - MIAMI, FL
Domingo Álvarez was born on June 29 in 1942, in Barcelona. Signature si- com with its name of background and as Domingo has to be. Since childhood shows his interest in drawing and p...
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2010s Realist Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Pastel

La Liseuse - 19th Century Impressionist Pastel Portrait of Young Women Reading
Located in Gerrards Cross, GB
'La Liseuse’ is a 19th century pastel portrait attributed to the French Impressionist painter Eva Gonzalès (1847-1885). It is presented in fine, period water gilded frame. The portr...
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Late 19th Century Impressionist Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Pastel

Barbie, 50x40cm
Located in Yerevan, AM
Barbie 50x40 cm
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2010s Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Oil Crayon, Cardboard

Blue bow, 50x40 cm
Located in Yerevan, AM
Blue bow 50x40 cm
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2010s Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Oil Crayon, Cardboard

Social Distancing #6 - Colorful Figurative Original Painting
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Italian artist Fabio Coruzzi merges painting and photography into one imaginative image that offers a new outlook on an otherwise ordinary urban scene. His artworks represent an auth...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Oil Pastel, Ink, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Archival Paper, Graphite

"Somewhere in the Garden" Oil on Canvas Figurative Painting
Located in Lisboa, PT
Somewhere in the Garden - Oil on Canvas Figurative Painting 2022 Artwork is on supported wooden frame. Ready to hang. "Somewhere in the garden life awaits. With surreal twists, usin...
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2010s Modern Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Oil Pastel, Oil

Tribute to Artists 18 by Zhang Hongyu - Contemporary portrait painting, blue
Located in Paris, FR
Tribute to Artists 18 is a unique painting by contemporary artist Hongyu Zhang. The painting is made with Indian ink, acrylic, charcoal, pastel and engraving on gray cardboard mounte...
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2010s Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Acrylic, India Ink, Charcoal, Canvas, Pastel, Cardboard, Engraving

Track (Baby, I Had A Dream) - Colorful Abstract Figurative Painting
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Valerie Etitinwo's unique approach to abstract figurative painting celebrates the unconventional beauty found in imperfection and awkwardness. The Nigerian-Swiss artist uses bold col...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Crayon Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Acrylic, Mixed Media, Oil Pastel

Crayon figurative paintings for sale on 1stDibs.

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