Louis K. Meisel Gallery , Stand n° AM412

Lucky Lulu Blonde - Mel Ramos

Mel Ramos Lucky Lulu Blonde

Fussball Fannie: The Lost Painting of 1965 #14 - Mel Ramos

Mel Ramos Fussball Fannie: The Lost Painting of 1965 #14

100 Grand - Mel Ramos

Mel Ramos 100 Grand

Sheena - Queen of the Jungle - Mel Ramos

Mel Ramos Sheena - Queen of the Jungle

Devil Doll - Mel Ramos

Mel Ramos Devil Doll

Plenti-Grande Odalisque - Mel Ramos

Mel Ramos Plenti-Grande Odalisque

Giant Panda - Mel Ramos

Mel Ramos Giant Panda

Cave Girl - Mel Ramos

Mel Ramos Cave Girl

Pha-White Goddess - Mel Ramos

Mel Ramos Pha-White Goddess

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Giles Alexander

  • Mike Bayne  (+)

    Detailed Description : Mike Bayne (b. 1977 Ottawa, Canada) creates miniature Photorealist paintings of overlooked Canadian scenes, frequently of his childhood town. Capturing every detail from his working photographs, he replicates his subject not only in terms of imagery, but in scale as well; the majority of his paintings measure either 4x6 or 5x7 inches. These works are small enough to hold in one’s hand as a keepsake. Bayne’s choice of subject matter and scale give mundane moments a warm, attentive touch. He received his MFA from Concordia University and has participated in many group shows across the U.S. and Canada. His work is in the collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario, and the Nerman Museum to name a few. Bayne was also the recipient of the Kingston Prize for Portraiture in 2011.

  • Robert Bechtle  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Charles Bell

  • Roberto Bernardi

  • Tom Blackwell

  • Brian Booth Craig

  • Anthony Brunelli

  • Antonio Cazorla

  • Hilo Chen

  • John DeAndrea

  • Ariel DeAndrea

  • Richard Estes  (+)
  • Audrey Flack

  • Robert Gniewek

  • Ralph Goings  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Mark Goings

  • Gus Heinze

  • John Kacere

  • Peter Maier

  • Peter Maier  (+)

    Detailed Description : Peter Maier (b.1945, Brooklyn, New York) worked as a senior automotive designer at General Motors before focusing exclusively on painting. His experience in the automotive industry heavily influenced his work. Maier’s airbrush techniques and other self-developed technologies have set him apart from other Photorealist painters.Painting on fabricated aluminum panels, Maier’s works have a reflective photographic surface; he is the only known artist to be working with Cromax-AT by Axalta Coating (formerly DuPont), which is an experimental waterborne automotive paint.

  • Richard McLean

  • Jack Mendenhall

  • Johannes Müller-Franken

  • Robert Neffson

  • David Parrish  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Randall Rosenthal

  • John Salt  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Ben Schonzeit  (+)
  • Tjalf Sparnaay

  • Raphaella Spence

About

Louis K. Meisel Gallery specializes in Photorealism. Coined by Meisel in 1968, Photorealism is a style of Realist painting in which artists use photographic material as inspiration for their subject.

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Louis K. Meisel Gallery w:  http://www.meiselgallery.com Founded:  1973 Louis Meisel Elizabeth K. Harris