Opening October 10th at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C. is Photorealist Richard Estes’s “Realism.” The American painter has been painting photorealistic works for over 50 years and is one of the most admired and well known photorealists in the world. This is exhibition is the most comprehensive of Estes’s work ever shown and features forty-six paintings. You can see more of the esteemed works below:
Terry Thompson’s photorealistic sign paintings recall hints of Robert Cottingham’s work but produce a nostalgia tainted with loss of time. Combining Thompson’s sign paintings with his paintings of food items seemingly from his or other’s childhoods and you arrive at a body of work theorizing on the loss of youth. See more work below:
“Dragonboat,” A Triptych by Glennray Tutor (From 1993).
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