art exhibition and sale

This painting is available for purchase & exhibiting

Inner Demons Feeding. 2015
Acrylics on canvas.
Size 45x50cm ( 17.7"x19.7" ) , 2 cm ( 0.8" ) depth .

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A Quiet Read (1859). George Winchester (British, 1814 fl. to 1866). Oil on canvas. Exhibited: British Institution, 1860.

“The reason for the artist’s absence? He has had a painting rejected by the Royal Academy for the summer exhibition of 1859, the notice is under his palette — and has immediately gone up to town to submit this picture to the British Institution for their February show in the new year instead. Their notice is under his hat. The painting was exhibited there in 1860, for sale at 15 guineas.”

// Próxima exposición colectiva en la que participo.
Todos quedan invitados.
// Next collective exhibition in which I participate.
Everyone are invited.

Juntamos Mundos I Inauguración
Sábado 27. Septiembre 2014 I 16:00 Hrs.
Galería La 77 l J.García Icazbalceta No. 77. Colonia San Rafael,
Del. Cuauhtemoc, México D.F.


Postcards (1 to be given away randomly for purchases of Y2000 or more) by Kubo-sensei at the Pixiv YOI exhibition.

YOI original illustration replica by Kubo-sensei (Is selling for Y19440) and YOI character illustrations as part of the goods that will go on sale at the Pixiv YOI exhibition.

YOI art exhibition at Pixiv Zingaro (2F, Nakano Broadway, Tokyo) from 15-27 Dec 2016, 1200-1900 hours. (Closed on Weds) Admission free. Check it out if you’re in Tokyo~

Source: Official Twitter

Armand Schönberger - Self Portrait, with His Daughter Vera [1928]

Armand Schönberger (Galgóc, 1885 - Budapest, 1974) was a Hungarian painter. The highlight of Schönberger artistry came in the late 1920s and early 1930s. This period was characterised not only by the creation of several masterpieces with an individual character, but also by many public appearances - Schönberger exhibited his work in several galleries in Hungary and abroad. In 1929, his work was exhibited in Nuremberg at an exhibition where contemporary Hungarian art was all the rage.

[Bukowski’s Modern Sale, Stockholm - Oil on canvas, 77.5 x 58 cm]

Gandalf’s Gallery