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Most of His early arts were about the citizens engage in everyday activities. From late sixties he interested to paint the vision through glass windows such as of shops and buildings as in color photographs. In these paintings he was keen to reflect the shadows of the objects and images on the glass. His effort of showing depth and intensity can be seen in his artworks. He generally used several photographs to picture a single event or a situation. However photographs were not reproduced in his paintings, but desirable combination of objects or events were selected from the photographs.
He mostly used oils and acrylics on canvas. He can be introduced as an artist who made two dimensional canvases into three dimensional real world art reflecting different planes. This gives the observer the impression of being in the scene rather than an observer outside. Most of his paintings reflect an urban scenario and rich with more information giving more realism for his paintings. He produced more realist arts using his talents of combining reflections of objects with the perspective view.
Richard Estes painted the “Central Saving” in 1975 based on the photographs of an urban restaurant in Manhattan. He pictured an inside view of the restaurant as seen through the glass window using acrylic and oil on canvas. The original painting was 36 x 48 inches in size. It reflects different planes such as inside of the cafe, glass window and images of the people and objects behind the window.
Restaurant has two glass walls and perspective view of the sharp edged building stood align with the street can be seen through the glass. All the buildings were painted in beige-yellow shades. Few shadowy images on the glass reflect the people walking on the street. Multi reflections of the red tables of the cafe, central saving bank and other objects are elaborated by the artists to closer with the real world context. Sign
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The exhibition shows the different styles he used in his statutes. The "Conjurer" differs from the "Shrine" ,because he has used a silver type of oxidized paint to express the soul and the body. The body is strong, large and has four angles. Perhaps, I am mixing the two up.
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