Published: 17 August 2019
Tony de Wolf has established himself as an utter master of still life painting, creating mesmerisingly lifelike photoreal images, which capture the effects of light and texture in unprecendented detail. His compositions are deliberately kept simple, often with muted palettes, in order to create a sense of harmony and peace. His style brings to mind the Dutch Old Master paintings of the 17th century, which he draws on for inspiration, both stylistically and in terms of subject matter. Having trained under Willem Dolphyn, the great Antwerp classical painter, de Wolf has enjoyed an illustrious career of his own.
The exhibition will open on the 10th of October with an Opening Day, and run through the 26th.
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