No. 6


George Weissbort  

Starting with modern masters such as Cézanne and Matisse as his inspiration, Weissbort gradually moved backwards in time to his final lodestars: Mantegna, Titian, and Vermeer.

                                    Three Graces

Today, he works unremittingly, inspired by nature and his exemplars, trying continuously to improve, exploring the infinite and strenuous worlds of line, shape, tone, form and colour. He strives to combine emotion and reason; all the elements alive and developing, in systems governed by a visual logic that can be analysed and discussed.

Death of Othello




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