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Apr 5, 2010

Francis Newton Souza -the self-styled sultan of sewers

Soon after the death of Pablo Picasso,  Francis Newton Souza announced, “Now that Picasso is dead, I am the greatest".

Behold the might powers of the Lord of art-


FN Souza arrogant worm

Impressed?
That is like a worm rolling in feces proclaiming ,"I'm the king of shit now!".


In the luminous world of

 Daniel F. Gerhartz-


Elaina by Daniel F. Gerhartz


Elaina
Oil on canvas
50.8 x 60.96 cm
(20" x 24")
by
Daniel F. Gerhartz




Steve Hanks-


Ocean Breeze by Steve Hanks

Ocean Breeze
watercolor
by 
Steve Hanks



David Curtis-

oil painting by david curtis

A painting in oil 
by 
David Curtis



Sanjay Bhattacharya-


oil painting kites by Sanjay Bhattacharya

A painting in oil 
by 
Sanjay Bhattacharya



Yuqi Wang-



a detail from Ling by Yuqi Wang


 a detail from Ling
oil on canvas 
by
Yuqi Wang





Han-Wu Shen-


Cutting off the Pigtail
Oil on canvas
80 x 65 cm
(31½" x 25.59") 
by   
Han-Wu Shen





this preening lowlife-


A nude by F.N.Souza 1962


A nude
by 
F.N.Souza 
oil on canvas


wallows deep in the lightless sewers of 'modern' art and considers himself sultan.
Who gives a shit! (pun intended)

2 comments:

So, in your opinion, realism is the ONLY worthy form of art? If so, all artists should put down their brushes, pencils, chisels, and buy expensive cameras... for the camera can capture realism better than any human. ... idiot! Go back to art school... or at least go to a legit art school.

as a matter of fact true art is where the artist has his expression. so pure realism is at best an illustration and not art. I personally don't like a lot of FNS, but he remains an important artist of our times. So, go to an art school to know anything about it before writing blogs...whoever you are!

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