Engaged with European Old Masters

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Artworks in the style of the Old Masters, a designation generally referring to the most recognized European painters working between the Renaissance and 1800. Often drawing on the lessons of such movements as the High Renaissance, the Baroque, Dutch and Flemish art, and Neoclassicism, contemporary painters working in this vein display a learned interest in verisimilitude, linear and atmospheric perspective, shading and modeling, and traditional subject matter like portraiture, history painting, mythology, still-life, and interiors. This category also includes photographers, sculptors, or other artists engaged with the subject matter and style of Old Masters.

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