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Alien Revenge
£ 910
Art can soothe and harmonise or it can attack the viewer and take them to a new place. The art of David Abse is highly contrasting, with a variety of colours placed onto the canvass with an energetic, street-wise hand.


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Artist Walking (D)
£ 450
Painting was not an easy choice for Alexander Adams. "It was a tough vocation to be a painter at Goldsmiths College (crucible of installation and conceptual art) in the early 1990s, when I studied there," he says.


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Shatter
£ 570
A member of the Contemporary Art Society and always a big seller on LondonArt, Abi Adeyemi is an artist whose work is as varied as painting could be by one single artist, yet somehow she still manages to imprint her own approach and themes upon the work.


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Fusion. Mannequins
£ 5220
Armenian-born artist Karen Aghamyan has achieved success that many artists only dream of. In 1983 he was awarded the diploma of the USSR Union of Artists for the best art work of the year, and since beginning his art career in 1970, has participated in more than 70 group exhibitions in Armenia and other countries.


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Sahara Lights
£ 960
There are many forms of artistic discipline, yet sculpture, abstract, figurative and portrait paintings are just different ways of expressing the same artistic impulse. Occasionally we have the pleasure of exhibiting an artist who has successfully mastered many different artistic mediums and uses them all to create meaningful work.


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Ellen
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Claire Alexander is a London-based portrait artist and illustrator who has many years experience working in the design industry. In 2003, eight years after obtaining her Fine Art honours degree from the Kent Institute of Art and Design, she started exhibiting her portraits successfully.


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Tutti Frutti
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A passionately driven individual Rachel Alleyne is always striving to produce one better. The desire to visually reproduce a reflection of her own emotional response to a landscape or object drives her to seek the ultimate response from herself and the viewer.


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Pip
£ 310
For many years now, Carolina Alotus has been painting close-up pictures of flowers. The stamens and pistils in her paintings seem so real you almost believe the pollen will come off if you touch them.

Born in 1970 in Malmö in Sweden, Alotus is mostly known for her flower paintings and not many people know that she also has a passion for painting abstracts.


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Flying over Africa
£ 1430
Altschuler's landscapes and cityscapes are reminiscent of rich oriental, woven fabrics. The overall texture and colour give her abstract paintings a unifying, suburban density.

Sensuously tactile and repetitive to the point of obsession, the gentle, delicate circular scales shimmer on top of the surface, tickling the strength of the underlying woven structure.


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Sidewalks of New York
£ 440
Runner up in the 2007 PX3 Paris Photo Awards and UK winner of the Flash Forward, Emerging Photographers and PDN Photo Annual 2006, Martin Amis was a clear choice for this week's London Art Artist of the Week.


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Secret of the Cosmos - 2
£ 640
Here at LondonArt, we are continually look out for artists who approach their work in a unique or interesting way. When Indian born artist Firooza Aubry began experimenting with painting on silk, she discovered a method for creating utterly beguiling and beautiful works that entrance and excite art lovers around the world.


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