A beautifully rendered skeleton, painted in oil, after the original by William Cheselden. Much of the charm of William Cheselden's "Osteographia" lies with the lifelike poses of the animal skeletons. In his desire for the greatest accuracy in the rendering of the skeleton, Cheselden employed a camera obscura.
With offices in The Hague as well as Los Angeles, the Dutch Touch Art Company offers oil paintings inspired by the Gilded Age of Dutch art. Each painting is a balance between the old style -- hundreds of meticulous brushstrokes, done by an artist in a guild of painters -- and a more modern spirit. Dramatic, intriguing, and wonderfully romantic, these extraordinary oils are as suited to an urban loft as to a country home.
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