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Kate Moss Portrait: Lesson In Buying Art

The 2007 Jacquard tapestry of Kate Moss was part of an art bidding war at Citigroup Inc. in Manhattan. A group of millennial spent tens of thousands of dollars on the signature portrait designed by American artist Chuck Close, which they thought was worth every dollar. 371 more words

Fashion Reportage

A Chuck Montage

by Sandra Bruce

My Chuck Close project is coming along, slow but sure. Today I am posting a photo montage of my progress….simply, a visual notebook from my studio. 25 more words

Sandra Bruce

East End Artists, Art Collectors Pack Tony Parrish Museum Gala

Dealers, collectors, artists and socialites flooded the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill last Saturday evening for the Midsummer Party, where some tables set donors back a cool $50,000. 383 more words


Heavily pixelated paintings by artist Brian Batt in the tradition of Chuck Close.

Art And Design

Chuck Close: The Master of Photorealism

On the 5th of July 1940, American painter Chuck Close, broadly known for his photorealist portraits,  was born in Monroe, Washington. His adventures in Photorealism began in the late 1960s when he started using photography to help him paint large-scale portraits, mostly in acrylic.  897 more words