5 Top Master Artists That You Can Find At The Aktis Gallery- This art gallery has been exposing some incredible masterpieces from renowned artists from all over the world. Found out who is in the top 5!
The Aktis Gallery is dedicated to showing modern art, in particular, the émigré art of 20th century Paris. They have some incredible master artisans, from the painting and sculpture, that are recognized all over the world.
The contemporary artist Chu Teh- Chun was born in Jiangsu Province, China. He grew up surrounded by art and studied painting at a very young age. Considered the master of the techniques of traditional Chinese ink painting, Chu’s work collects inspiration from the vivid, monumental landscapes of Song Dynasty painters such as Fan Kuan, Guo Xi and Li Tang.
Born on the 15th of February 1938 in Moscow, Vladimir Yankilevsky came from an artist’s family. He was educated at the Moscow Middle Art School, and then at the Moscow Print Industry Institute, from which he graduated in 1962.
Born in Cuba in 1927 in West Africa, he studied sculpture at the San Alejandro School of Fine Arts. Cárdenas had his first solo exhibition in Havana in 1955, the exhibition that led to his scholarship in Paris. He went to Europe the same year and it was here that he developed his particular creative style. In 1994 he exhibited he participated in more than 100 group exhibitions, and 40 solo shows all over the world.
Born on January 27, 1921, in Boulogne-sur-Mer (France) Georges Mathieu published several manifestoes outlining the beliefs of Lyrical Abstraction as important means in creating paintings. The French painter and theorist, well-known for its participation in the Lyrical Abstraction movement, had a distinctive calligraphic and rhythmic quality on his masterpieces.
Zao trained in classical calligraphy by his grandfather before being accepted into the Hangzhou Academy of Art at the tender age of fourteen. Born in Beijing (China), Zao Wou-Ki mastered not only traditional Chinese painting techniques but also the Western academic skills. The painter stayed on as a professor, from 1941 to 1947, at the Academy where he organized his inaugural solo exhibition.
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