Valerio Adami is an Italian painter. Educated at the Accademia di Brera in Milan, he has since worked in both London and Paris. His art carries obvious influence from Pop Art.
Affandi was born in Cirebon, West Java, as the son of R. Koesoema, who was a surveyor at a local sugar factory. Affandi finished his upper secondary school in Jakarta, but he forsook his study for the desire to become an artist. Affandi taught himself how to paint since 1934.
Lloyd Shin Gallery will feature Itala Langmar (Italian artist) on December 4th. The exhibit will include her recent paintings and mixed media. ARTIST TALK will begin at 6pm on December 4th. Topics of discussion will be centered around Manadala. The last time Lloyd Shin Gallery hosted Itala Langmar’s paintings was 1988.
Medium: Oil on Wooden Board
Size: 9”x 25 1⁄2”
Artist: Valerio Adami
Title: La Nuit
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Size: 27 1⁄2” x 34”
Lloyd Shin Gallery will host Terry Luc’s recent paintings on January 8th through January 28th. Terry Luc is a well-known Chicago artist who will be presenting at the Lloyd Shin Gallery for the first time.
Claude Monet was a founder of French impressionist painting, and the most consistent and prolific practitioner of the movement’s philosophy of expressing one’s perceptions before nature, especially as applied to plein-air landscape painting. The term Impressionism is derived from the title of his painting Impression, Sunrise.
Yaakov Agam (Gipstein) was born on May 11, 1928 in Rishon LeZion, then Mandate Palestine. His father, Yehoshua Gibstein, was a rabbi and a kabbalist. He trained at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, before moving to Zürich and then to Paris, where he still lives.
Christiaan Karel Appel was a Dutch painter, sculptor, and poet. He started painting at the age of fourteen and studied at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam in the 1940s. He was one of the founders of the avant-garde movement Cobra in 1948.
George Braque is a world renowned French Artist best known as the pioneer of the Cubism which was eventually embraced by Picasso.