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The Art of Man - Edition 19: Fine Art of the Male Form Quarterly Journal (Volume 19) Paperback – November 19, 2014
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In this issue the six artists featured are from around the world: William Eicholtz is from Australia and his art consists of sculptures with a theatrical flair as created in bronze, glazed polymer cement, and fiberglass. The themes range from classical to whimsical. Remko van Drongelen, from The Netherlands, is represented by oil on canvas works the present white figures painted from life and manipulated for dream like imagery. Robert Varga, from Arizona, displays oil on canvas sensuous male nudes and Les Satinover, also from Arizona paints male nudes in outdoor settings, the settings being wondrous landscapes highlighted by his placement of the figure. Jakub Godziszewski is from Poland and his works are mixed media and drawings with classical references. Richard Vyse, from New York, started as a fashion illustrator now does the male figure in watercolor, mixed media, and ink.
This issue's ongoing History of Art article is about the until recently neglected British artist William Etty and the images presented here make us wonder why he is not better known.
Altogether this is a very successful journal survey of important artists whose images are accompanied by insightful interviews on what they find important in their work and their perception of the art world today. Highly Recommended. Grady Harp, November 14