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Moshe Castel

Moshe Castel (1909-1992) often used Judaic symbolism in his artworks. He became famous for his work using basalt found in the black rock, which is

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Charles Bragg

About The Artist: Charles Bragg is indeed a modern-day master of satire, whose career began in the early 1950’s and has to date produced over

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Bernard Charoy

Bernard Charoy is a brilliant talented figurative artist, who has continued to follow and develop his creativity instincts for nearly half a century. Charoy is,

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John Chamberlain

Though he is most well known for his sculptures incorporating fragments of crushed automobiles, John Chamberlain is also a highly accomplished graphic artist. These prints

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Michael Challenger

Michael Challenger’s work is a powerful combination of op-art and constructivism. His graphic work evokes the counterplay of shapes, forms and color of his predecessors,

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Patrick Caulfield

BRITISH master painter and printmaker, Patrick Caulfield is best known for his POP artworks, Trained at the Chelsea School of Art and Royal College of

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Clarence Carter

Carter’s works had been labeled, surrealism, Magic Realism, geometric abstraction, pop and op, but no category could capture his style completely. It was in the

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Jon Carsman

  “Jon Carsman did for suburban and hometown views what Edward Hopper did for cities, except Carsman exchewed a human presence.” Annette Dixon, curator of

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Alexander Calder

Calder was the most acclaimed and influential sculptor of his time. Born in a family of celebrated, though more classically trained artists, Calder utilized his

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