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  • February 23, 2021

    Last year I wrote about the great English illustrator of wildlife, Raymond Sheppard, who spent years haunting the public zoos in London, studying and drawing animals up close.  Despite the fact that his life was tragically cut short by cancer, he had astonishing patience when it came to […]

  • February 22, 2021

    Primavera, Alois Arnegger I don’t know about you, but I could use a bit of Spring right about now, even if it’s only in the form of a painting. Austrian painter Alois Arnegger, who was active in the early 29th century, invites us to walk Read More ... […]

  • February 21, 2021

    The premise of this contest is that over the next number of weeks we will build a team of superheroes and a team of villains. Each week I will supply you with a role, name, or list of powers of … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • February 21, 2021

    Hey folks First thing I have to do is offer my apology for getting behind on the prizes. Work is being a bit crazy as wwe are in production for our two spring shows - Spring Awakening and Pippin I … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • February 19, 2021

    When Edward Hopper was in his early twenties, he lived in Paris for a year, and later returned on several occasions. He painted and sketched while he was there, as well as being exposed to art and artists he might not have encountered otherwise, laying Read More ... […]

  • February 19, 2021

     After a delay of 100 years we can finally celebrate the arrival of a compilation of work by the brilliant T.S. Sullivant. Sullivant was part of that blessed generation of ink worshippers that included A. B. Frost, Heinrich Kley and Charles Dana Gibson, and he was as good as any of them. At […]