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Since Gallery Rouge became talented American painter John-Mark Gleadow’s exclusive European representatives, the artists has increasingly become fascinated by the culture of his newest collectors. Continuing to fuse book spine, still life and figurative painting his newest edition ‘Reflections of Europe’ has already caused a stir both sides of the Atlantic. The work is a true homage to the greatest attributes the continent has to offer, from famous faces to architectural landmarks.
“The wonderful thing about working in this vain is how limitless the subject matter can be and how it makes for a logical way of juxtaposing entirely different topics, producing a work of art that’s beautiful as a whole, not just aesthetically, but thematically as well.”
Whether you are native to these fantastic countries, holiday maker or culture and travel enthusiast, this is a fine tribute and a magnificent painting.
Introducing Gallery Rouge’s latest international signing John-Mark Gleadow. Beginning with still lives, John-Mark’s paintings soon came to have portraiture as their backbone. With his mastery of the medium his trademark use of vibrant colours came to the fore – an element of his work made the more fascinating due to his having to cope with his own colorblindness. His most recent series has fused the centuries old theme of painting book spines with his love of doing figurative work and has allowed him to broaden the thematic horizons of his paintings.
Champagne Preview Evening – June 10th, 6pm – 8pm. The exhibition runs from June 11th to June 20th