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Subways NYC

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New York Artists
The Paradigm Shift

Anna Feld Florent
Florent in the Meat Market NYC
Oil on Canvas by Anna Feld


 

ORIGINAL ART WORKS

Elinore Schnurr's Portraiture
Mary Lou and Felicia
Family Portraiture by Elinore Schnurr


Brooklyn Bridge Nocturnal
Brooklyn Manhattan by Vincent D'Alessio


Silver and Gold
City in the Morning
Painting by Susan Gerstein


Gowanis Canal Morning
Gowanus Canal in Early Morning Light
Painting by Regina Perlin

 


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Jack Tricarico Flow
Emerging
Painting by Jack Tricarico


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Jack Tricarico Flow
Gowanus Canal From Third Street Bridge
Painting by Regina Perlin

Art-Isms

Abstraction
Cubism
Expressionism
Impressionism
Minimalism

Photo Realism
Pop Culture
Realism
Subjectivism


Michael Langmaid
Michael Langmaid
Portrait Painting by David Pena

Carnival Group Assembling
Carnival Group Assembling
Painting by Robert Casper

Train Station Montreal
Train Station Montreal
Painting byDavid Pena

 

The Development of the arts from the Middle Ages to the modern era is an astonishing cultural achievement, from the breathtaking architecture of Gothic cathedrals to the daring visual experiments of the Cubist painters carrying even further into the 21st century.


Artists Medium - a substance regarded as the means of transmission of a paint and brush strokes. In space or effect; a mode of artistic expression or communication.
Genre Painting and still life there is the transcendence of the ordinary; a kind of artistic composition characterized by a particular style or content; a painting that depicts scenes from every day life.

Isms—During the Rennaissance, there were many local "schools". Every country and town had it's own way of doing things. Today no man can remain an island. "Schools" are of little importance in modern art. Their place has been taken by movements or isms that spread across all boundaries.


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Thematic Cultural Icons of City Art Created by New York Artists

 

Those That Were
Those That Were
Watercolor by Jessica Mieles

Brown Orange
Brown Orange
Painting by Patricia Rendleman


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The Currents of the 20th century into the new millennium may be traced through the strata of Modernism, which includes the art of the 20s and 30s: demonstrating Regionalism and Social Realism, along with the works of renowned contemporary masters.


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