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Art and Fashion

With Orlando Fashion Week just around the corner, I’d like to pay tribute to the artists behind the industry: The Fashion Designers. It is not easy breaking into any industry. However, the fashion industry seems to be the most terrifying. Even the famous model Heidi Klum lets us know the harsh realities of the fashion

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Impressionism: What do you see?

There is something about impressionism that has made it a fan favorite in museums, galleries, and auction houses. Maybe it’s the use of bright true colors. Maybe it’s the mysterious faceless figures. Maybe it’s a combination of all of its components. However, when breaking down impressionist works or simply coming in close proximity to one,

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What is a Lithograph?

Upon seeing some of our finest Master works from our collection of 1.7 million pieces of art we are often asked the question “Which pieces are originals?” and “What really makes a work of art a true original?” While an authentic painting from Picasso, Dali, or Chagall can run into the tens of millions of

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Featured Artist of the Week: Joan Miro

As we continue to delve into the great abstract artists of the 20th century we cannot overlook the influential and highly esteemed Joan Miro, whose work in painting, sculpting, ceramics, printmaking, and even stained glass makes him one of the most prolific and long-lived artists of his time. Miro’s experimentation makes it impossible to confine him

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Featured Artist of the Week: Duaiv

In honor of “Abstract October” we love to share with you the beautiful works of Duaiv. Known for his use of bright colors, dramatic strokes, and inspiration from travel and music, the French-American artist has become a household name in impressionist art and a valuable addition to the Baterbys collection. Although he is not necessarily

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Featured Artist of the Week: Sally Evans

Equipped with a B.F.A. in Graphic Design and Fine Art from the University of South Carolina, Sally started her career as a graphic artist but soon became bored. In the early 90’s she vacationed to the deserts of the Southwestern United States and was introduced to the area’s artists whose dramatic use of color gave

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Featured Artist of the Week: Henri Matisse

We cannot examine the abstract works of our masters collection without studying the revered Henri Matisse, whose heavy footprint in 20th century art will live on for centuries to come. Right alongside the greats such as Picasso and Van Gogh, Matisse is a household name in the art world both for his changing style throughout

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Featured Artist of the Week: Dan Meneely

This month we have spotlighted multiple beautiful works from the masters of abstract, surrealism, and impressionism. However, right here in our hometown of Orlando, Florida lie talented and influential artists changing the face of design, décor, and art. The technological age has brought with it new opportunities for art and creativity, expanding the scope and

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