Charles H. Cecil is a leading world figure in the tradition of Classical Realist art having taught and influenced a generation of student artists from his atelier in Florence where he has lived since 19789
“I paint mainly portraits, still lifes, and interiors that are observations made over time, in layers, that I hope finally result in a harmony, giving the painting its own life and allowing it to speak for itself.”
Founder of the highly influential Florence Academy of Art, Graves is a leading world figure in the 21st century’s global renaissance of Classical Realist art.9
Leo Mancini-Hresko is an artist creating painterly, dynamic work with bold, rich use of the oil medium and compelling effects of light and shade on the canvas.9
The work of Mario Robinson fits squarely within the tradition of American painting. Robinson's finished works bear a close affinity to the masters of the realist tradition, Andrew Wyeth and Thomas Eakins.9
Following the great tradition of Australian landscape painting of the late nineteenth century, Sealy’s plein air, impressionistic paintings capture the subtle nuances of light and color present in the landscape before him.9
"Judith Vivell's bird paintings carry an agenda that emerges from the tradition of great portraitists. She validates the importance of seeing, or to coin a phrase, of visual intimacy. She insists on looking, one subject at a time."
- Art Critic, Cassandra Neyenesch