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Rob Adams a Painter's Blog by Rob Adams - 3M ago
When writing this blog I occasionally revisit topics and then write something which disagrees with what I wrote before. I don’t find ..read more
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I am I suppose a little unusual in the painting world in that I have had several careers in the art and design industry before becoming a ..read more
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Rob Adams a Painter's Blog by Rob Adams - 4M ago
Readers of this, now rather occasional, blog will know that I don’t much go for the linear story laid down by many of our esteemed art ..read more
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Rob Adams a Painter's Blog by Rob Adams - 7M ago
So what kind of house has a picture like yours? Is it posh? Is it sleek and modern, an apartment with views over the Thames? Is it a ..read more
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Rob Adams a Painter's Blog by Rob Adams - 7M ago
Narrative content used to be a de-facto part of a painting. From biblical scenes to Ukiyo-e in Japan, even back to mammoth hunts on cave ..read more
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Rob Adams a Painter's Blog by Rob Adams - 8M ago
Memory seems a simple thing. Something happens to you, it gets encoded in your brain and there it is like an entry into a diary. There is ..read more
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How immediately interesting should a painting be? Should it grab you by the collar and shake you up. Shout across the room to you? What do ..read more
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Loose and free, so so many voice the desire to arrive at this painterly nirvana. This transcendental moment when we express our selves in ..read more
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Rob Adams a Painter's Blog by Rob Adams - 10M ago
In 1827 through to 1885 the way we saw the world and ourselves changed. From Daguerre via Fox Talbot to Eastman selling film the ..read more
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Rob Adams a Painter's Blog by Rob Adams - 10M ago
In the 18thC Antoine Coypel, president of the French Academy and purveyor of syrupy classical scenes, complained of the “Vapid and ..read more

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