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        Paintings of Women

        Discover a new collection featuring paintings of women. Each painting featured has been hand-selected by our team of curators, showcasing some of the most exciting emerging artists on the platform as well as artists who have previously exhibited with us. Looking some something a little more specific? Browse our collection of female portraits. The History of the Female Subject Paintings of women have long been some of the most recognisable artworks in the history of art. From Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring and da Vinci’s Mona Lisa to Frida Kahlo’s self portraits, female sitters have endured, although the nature of them is continually evolving. Artists such as Paula Rego and Lubaina Himid have reinterpreted the genre and repositioned a woman’s place in art. Motifs such as narrative, character, agency, identity and culture have risen above the traditional aesthetic elements that have been in place since antiquity. The Female Gaze & Rise Art Artists Many of the artists featured in the collection are female artists responding to female subject matter. Amy Dury makes figurative paintings that explore themes of collective memory and nostalgia. Inspired by Degas’ observation of figures, Amy’s works are incisive observations of the human body. Her subjects have a haziness to them and exist in their own sense of time and place. Leila Fanner’s paintings explore the mystical power of her female subjects. Raised by a family of women, Leila present a unique female perspective, in which her figures are injected with both mystery and power. Discover all our female artists.

        Verity Babbs

        Curated by Verity Babbs

        Art Drop 004

        Our fourth Art Drop showcases a selection of never-before-seen paintings and prints from four leading female artists. Each artist tackles the ‘abstract style’ in a unique way. From Michele Fletcher’s rhythmic botanical works to Chowwai Cheung’s geometric take on simplified landscapes, Art Drop 004 presents fourteen original works, exclusively with Rise Art. Featured Artists Jessica Matier works in both large and small scales when making her energetic and expressive mixed media paintings. Her artworks featured in Art Drop 004 are part of her 100 Paintings in 100 Days series. Mary Anne Arntzen’s paintings take their inspiration from nature, architecture, textiles and cartoons. Her large abstract forms also reference digital imagery and elements typically used in illustration. Chowwai Cheung is best known for her limited edition collagraphs. Her geometric landscapes respond to rock formations and explore the tension between flatness and depth. Michele Fletcher’s paintings display a moving exploration of our relationship with the natural world. Rhythmic forms interact with eachother to form layered, dynamic artworks.

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        The Arrival of Spring

        The Arrival of Spring features artworks that celebrate the end of winter and the beginning of spring. Bringing together paintings, prints, collages and more, each work in the collection reflects a different element of spring and the changing of the seasons.Browse the curated collection and discover new and original art to buy online. The Collection Taking its name from David Hockney’s recent exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020, this collection showcases artworks that reflect the passing of the seasons, looking at the way nature responds to and leads the arrival of spring. Botanical motifs, pastel colours and a delicate application of paint characterise the collection, playing on typical impressions of spring and bringing about new interpretations. Artists Presenting Nature The natural world is depicted across paintings, sculpture, photography and more on Rise Art. Many of our artists base their practice around nature and draw their inspiration from interactions with weather, wildlife and landscapes. This collection showcases a selection of our leading artists, ranging from Philip Maltman and his poetic botanical pieces, to Robert Pereira Hind’s intricate collages. Looking for more floral paintings and prints? View our new collection.

        Verity Babbs

        Curated by Verity Babbs

        Art Inspired by Picasso

        Discover paintings, collage, prints and sculpture inspired by the art of Pablo Picasso. Our curated collection includes Cubist works, abstracted portraits, domestic scenes and much more. ##The Influence of Picasso Pablo Picasso is arguably one of the most influential artists working throughout the 20th century. With a practice spanning across paintings, etchings, lithographs and ceramic sculpture, Picasso enjoyed a long career characterised by an ever-changing artistic style. A pioneer of Cubism, Picasso led the way for the avant-garde art movements that followed. Works such as Guernica, The Weeping Woman and Les Demoiselles d'Avignon are examples of Picasso’s most famous works. Artists inspired by Picasso Josefina Ayllón is a self-taught painter working primarily in oils and acryllics to form expressive impasto paintings. With her portraits, Josefina explores the tension between capturing physicality and depicting fictional characters. Using texture to look at the materiality of painting, Josefina creates works that are concerned with mood, gesture and expression. Jan Brauer works in a Cubist style when forming his still life paintings and prints. Jan primarily explores the importance of everyday objects in relation to subconscious thoughts. His graphic take on Cubist composition results in bright and bold artworks with a clear design influence. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Browse more curated collections inspired by Rothko, Matisse, Warhol, van Gogh, Kusama, Monet and more.

        Phin Jennings

        Curated by Phin Jennings

        Californian Art

        The Californian Art collection celebrates the artists, scenery and inspirations of America’s ‘Golden State’. Featuring sprawling landscape photography, large scale abstracts and vibrant figurative work, the collection was curated to celebrate the art of Californian artists on the platform. Discover more works from American artists in our New from America collection. California’s Art History California has been home to many pivotal post-war art movements in the last century. From elements of Dada making its way over to the west coast to LA-based Surrealism, California has long become the destination for eclectic modern and contemporary artistic styles. David Hockney is perhaps the most obvious artist to be associated with California. Many of his more recognisable paintings and digital drawings respond to Californian living. Hockney first visited Los Angeles in the 1960s and over the space of ten years, produced many paintings depicting poolside scenes. Browse contemporary artworks inspired by Hockney’s style in our David Hockney collection. Featured Artists Monica Griffen is a multidisciplinary artist living in LA. Working primarily in ​​photography, Monica’s works respond to the wide range of California’s natural landscapes. Her ‘In the Wild series documents a series of well-known places and the feelings inspired by each one. Dave Smith is also based in Los Angeles. His surrealist paintings are executed in a hyper-realistic style and draw together identifiable Californian vistas with seemingly random objects such as pizzas, shoes, power drills and fortune cookies. Both Monica and Dave, along with many other artists included in the collection, form artworks that reflect their unique impressions of California Discover more from our American artists.

        Phin Jennings

        Curated by Phin Jennings