From Screen to Canvas: cinematic art

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If you've been patiently waiting for the final series of Peaky Blinders and you love your dramas to be dark and edgy for a bit of escapism, we have some great artists that feel that way too.

Cinematographers have long been influenced by paintings but the link between cinema and art has increasingly found its way into the mainstream with powerful portraiture.

Artists such as Zinsky recreate the energy and presence of central characters onto canvas, cleverly adding their own style, whereas Vincent Kamp creates his own story, going as far as actually writing parts for his characters before creating his scenes. These artists create conversation pieces that provide a daily thrill!


Zinsky brings something new to this genre, with raw talent combined with spontaneity in the way he works. Considered a non-confirmist, he has absorbed influences from street art and portrayals of icons have won him a dedicated a growing following.

 

 

 

 

 

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Vincent Kamp is an incredible talent, creating dark and immersive cinematic art, a gritty underworld of barbershops and gambling tables with an undercurrent of danger. Vince draws heavily from his influence of film noir and gangster genres and his creativity extends to screenplays and designing cinematic scenes, yet his painting technique draws on the old masters such as Rembrandt. The result is a gritty and absorbing narrative.

 

 

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American artist Glen Orbik was a master of the ‘Pulp Noir’ genre, which the feel of 1940s film noir with a brilliantly nuanced sense of comic book unreality. His dramatic narrative images brim with retro urban style.
As well as creating book covers for Stephen King and many more, Glen designed comic book art and movie posters, working with many of the giants of the day, including Marvel and DC Comics, Star Wars and Sony.

 

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Alex Ross is considered one of the greatest artists in the field of comic books, taking the world of illustrated superheroes to another level by creating scenes that make us feel like we are watching a scene in motion. The fact that his paintings are in demand as standalone works of fine art is testament to his technical skill and creativity.

Visit the DC Collection or Marvel Heroes by Alex Ross.

 

For any more information about our artists, contact us here or call 01604 713743. 

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