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IZA RADINSKY

ARTIST:  OIL PAINTING, ACRYLIC, WHATERCOLOUR and GRAPHIC ARTS. 

 

 

 

"Self-Portrait"
1972 - oil
/cardboard
30.5x35.5  cm  
(12"x14")

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 During the baroque and rococo periods
(17th century and 18th century, respectively),
  portraits became even more important.

 During these periods, artists increasingly studied the facial expressions that accompanied different emotions and they emphasized the portrayal of these human feelings in their work.

 

"Model 1"
1991 - acrylic
/cardboard
100x70 cm
(39"x29")

 

 

 "All I can remember"
2008 - acrylic
/cardboard
76
x76 cm (30"x30")

 

 
"Womanhood"
2006 - oil
/plywood
91.5x122 cm  
(36"x48")

SOLD 

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 Portraiture's roots are likely found in prehistoric times, although few of these works survive today.
These are the only paintings of the Roman period that have survived, aside from frescos.


 
 
"Lyuba the clowness"
1978 - oil
/canvas
60x75 cm  
(24"x30")

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In the late 18th century and early 19th century, neoclassical artists depicted subjects attired in the latest fashions, which were derived from ancient Greek and Roman clothing styles. The artists used light that had great clarity to define texture and the simple roundness of faces and limbs.


 

."Model 2"
1991 - acrylic
/cardboard
100x70 cm
(39"x29")

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Early 20th-century artists expanded the repertoire of portraiture.
Fauvist artist Henri Matisse produced powerful portraits using nonnaturalistic, even garish, colors for skin tones. Spanish artist Pablo Picasso painted many portraits, including several cubist portraits, in which the likeness of the subject is inferior to the stylistic appearance. Expressionist painters provided some of the most haunting and compelling psychological studies ever produced
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