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Recent works
Roman Kriheli
Mystery, ‎
Roman Kriheli’s paintings draw on the rich heritage of the Renaissance and the Old Masters. He reinterprets the artistic traditions of the West to create unique imagery that merges the old with the new. Drawing inspiration from the world around him and finding the hidden significance imbued in everyday objects, humanity, and its creations, Kriheli explores themes of beauty, mysticism, and spirituality. He confronts head-on the most difficult questions about life, death, and what lies outside human knowledge. Ever elusive and much sought after by collectors around the world, Kriheli has remained true to his singular yet eclectic vision of...
Mystery
Kirstine Reiner Hansen
Hello Goodbye, ‎

Born in Odense, Denmark and now based in the Bay Area, Kirstine Reiner Hansen received a BA in Design and Illustration at Kolding School of Design. Her work has been exhibited in numerous galleries, most recently in a solo exhibition at G-allery in Berlin, Germany. In 2012, she received the Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed Foundation Grant and has twice been a semi-finalist for the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition. She has been featured in Juxtapoz Magazine, BloPop Magazine, and The Asian Curator, as well as in the book Disrupted Realism by John...

Hello Goodbye
Ann Strassman
SOHO XXV, ‎

Ann Strassman is an American figurative painter working in Boston. Antiques and the Arts Weekly vividly describes her style as “expressive realism” that “evolves from an unforgiving eye which she has developed through experience. Through the use of exaggerated brushwork and dramatic tones she creates psychological tension. The vocabulary may well be German Expressionism and London school, but the vision is all her own.” 


Such compelling thought exercises led Strassman to the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, where she developed the skills...

SOHO XXV
Mark Tennant
Untitled 2024-9, ‎

Mark Tennant’s photorealistic paintings are renowned for their uncanny ability to capture small details of light and movement. Most of Tennant’s works are lit with a bright flash, giving the sense that his young subjects are the unsuspecting subjects of late-night Polaroid snapshots. His works are informed by the painting techniques of the Impressionists Édouard Manet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Tennant has taught museum copying at the Louvre and at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. His captivating paintings have been exhibited numerous times in the Salon d’Automne in Paris and...

Untitled 2024-9
Mark Tennant
Untitled 59, ‏‏‎ ‎‎

Mark Tennant’s photorealistic paintings are renowned for their uncanny ability to capture small details of light and movement. Most of Tennant’s works are lit with a bright flash, giving the sense that his young subjects are the unsuspecting subjects of late-night Polaroid snapshots. His works are informed by the painting techniques of the Impressionists Édouard Manet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Tennant has taught museum copying at the Louvre and at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. His captivating paintings have been exhibited numerous times in the Salon d’Automne in Paris and...

Untitled 59
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