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Barbara Vanhove Art

Belgian, b. 1974

Barbara Vanhove is a contemporary still life artist and is renowned for her unique still life paintings. Vanhove’s still life paintings are inspired from the old masters of the seventeenth century. Her work tends towards an idealised realism via noble subjects. Vanhove's paintings show her talent in the way she renders reflections and in the quality of reproduction of the surface of her objects. How she uses light and shade is truly remarkable, conveying her poetic emotions via the beauty that she perceives in objects. Vanhove currently lives and works in Belgium.

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Artist: Barbara Vanhove
Contemporary Realist Still-Life Painting of Yellow 'Quinces', Dutch Masters
By Barbara Vanhove
Located in Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Barbara was born in Watermael-Boisfort in Belgium in 1974. She showed an incredible natural talent early on in her life and after school she studied art at the Institute Bishoffsheim...
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20th Century Realist Barbara Vanhove Art

Materials

Panel, Oil

Contemporary Realist Still-Life 'Pear & Antique Glass' by Barbara Vanhove
By Barbara Vanhove
Located in Shrewsbury, Shropshire
'Pear & Antique Glass' by Barbara Vanhove is an incredible Contemporary Realist Still-Life painting. Barbara was born in Watermael-Boisfort in Belgium in 1974. She showed an incre...
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20th Century Realist Barbara Vanhove Art

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Panel, Oil

'Halloween Pumpkin' Photorealist Still life painting of an orange pumpkin
By Barbara Vanhove
Located in Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Contemporary Orange Still Life Painting 'Halloween Pumpkin' by Barbara Vanhove. Inspired by the Dutch Masters. Perfect for this years Halloween inter...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Barbara Vanhove Art

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'Loquats & Chinese Bowl' Contemporary photorealist still life painting, yellow
By Barbara Vanhove
Located in Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Contemporary Still Life Painting 'Loquats & Chinese Bowl' by Barbara Vanhove. Inspired by the Dutch Masters. Barbara was born in Watermael-Boisfort in Belgium in 1974. She showed an...
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21st Century and Contemporary Photorealist Barbara Vanhove Art

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Panel, Oil

Realist Contemporary Still-Life Painting 'Trio of Apples' by Barbara Vanhove
By Barbara Vanhove
Located in Shrewsbury, Shropshire
'Trio of Apples' by Barbara Vanhove is an exceptional still-life painting. You can almost pick up the apples to eat them, such is the detail with which they have been painted. Barbar...
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21st Century and Contemporary Photorealist Barbara Vanhove Art

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Contemporary Still-Life Painting 'Trio of Pears' by Barbara Vanhove
By Barbara Vanhove
Located in Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Trio of Pears is a stunning Still Life painting that would make a welcome addition to anyones collection. The soft green hues work beautifully with the soft grey background. The de...
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21st Century and Contemporary Realist Barbara Vanhove Art

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Find a wide variety of authentic Barbara Vanhove art available for sale on 1stDibs. If you’re browsing the collection of art to introduce a pop of color in a neutral corner of your living room or bedroom, you can find work that includes elements of orange, yellow and other colors. You can also browse by medium to find art by Barbara Vanhove in oil paint, paint, panel and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 21st century and contemporary and is mostly associated with the Photorealist style. Not every interior allows for large Barbara Vanhove art, so small editions measuring 7 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Ora Sorensen, Adrienne Stein, and Leslie Parke. Barbara Vanhove art prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $3,000 and tops out at $6,850, while the average work can sell for $6,500.

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