“Art is either plagiarism or revolution” – Paul Gauguin
a curated art selection by Alexander Collins
In the postmodern world, we find that the iconic images, colours and techniques found in historic artworks, exert a grip on our imagination. They have migrated and been appropriated through modern media, design, fashion and technology. Yet, they also descend into the work and methodology of twenty-first-century artists. We have selected a series of pieces from our portfolio that reveal the enduring impact of historic artworks and classical prototypes.
Arrival of the blue man – Ambro Dritty
Le Jardin Oublie – Carry van Delft
Les femmes porcelaines II – Pierre Marie Brisson
Bacchante – Jan Pater
Aurora – Eppe de Haan
Venus and Mars – Zachary Eastwood-Bloom
Styleroom – Jeroen Allart
The Thinker: Fianarantsoa 2014 – Pierrot Men
Please contact a member of our team if you require further information with regards to one of our artworks, or if you would like us to develop a tailor-made art concept for your property.