Explore our International Artists collection. Starring emerging and established artists such as Serbian painter Gugi Goo, visual artist Reed Hearne and Abstract Expressionist Daniela Schweinsberg, our International Artists edit pay homage to artistic talent spanning all four corners of the globe. Experimenting with a range of mediums from painting to drawing and styles from impressionistic to illustrative, browse a selection of renowned artists from across the globe.
For buyers seeking something bold and timeless, Piero Manrique’s paintings are a profusion of surrealistic and modern abstract art. Polyphonic waves of colour and deconstructed shapes abound in Still Life, displaying the free stream of his imagination and, arguably, reminiscent of Modern Art pioneers such as the Futurist Umberto Boccioni and Abstract artist Wassily Kandinsky.
Michelle Hold is known for her energetic acrylic paintings with flights of colour and layered brushstrokes. When you least expect it is a bold synthesis of expressive colour, light and movement, able to impart any interior with a certain presence and power.
For buyers seeking large-scale, audacious statement pieces, realistic portraits by Maria Magenta are a must-consider. Maria’s oil paintings give life to lifeless interiors, drawing attention to the internal and oft-puzzling climate of her subjects. A lady leisurely basks in a viridescent setting in Siesta, where architectural detail and subtle emotive prompts interact.
Critically-acclaimed photographer, Pedro Correa, documents real-life moments. Neither digitality edited or posed, his shots are an impressionistic ode to the metropolis. Safari is demonstrative of Pedro’s instinctive awareness of ‘the decisive moment’, underscoring his flawless comprehension of light, composition and ephemeral subjects.
Japanese artist Kotaro Machiyama strikes a faultless balance between simplicity and nerve. His bold, cartoon-like paintings, inspired by time and space, possess vibrant colour schemes and minimal forms. At first glance, in Empty, the courageous and defined use of colour is all-consuming and could add depth and vitality to a plain backdrop.
Contemporary Chinese artist Jinsheng You, inspired by natural beauty, botany and oriental culture, produces richly detailed and evocative oil paintings of his native landscape. The shimmering Mysterious Sky 195 has an almost tangible atmosphere. Jinsheng borrows elements from classical Western and Eastern movements, including Impressionism, Fauvism, and traditional Chinese art, imbuing his work with immense artistic scope.
Curated by Rebecca Gordon