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illegal immigrant
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We are blessed at Londonart with a wide range of artists from a multitude of exciting artistic centres around the world. We are particularly proud of our relationship with artists from Eastern Europe and happily bring the work of Olga Gal to our customers.


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Melancholia of Knowledge (edition of 15)
£ 330
By blending art with science and mathematics, Gall shows the innate beauty of the world around us and revels in the desire for knowledge and understanding. Far from a one trick pony, this artist uses conceptions from different disciplines in order to create work that is meaningful, intelligent and inspirational.


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291 Manchester
£ 730
Adrian Gatie became synonymous with urban, street photography in the early eighties and later on in his career for his portraits of prominent celebrities and personalities. His first book 'In Penumbria' contains a collection of works, which reflect his desire to capture the darker side of life.


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Ledi in garden
£ 1780
There is seemingly no limit to the talent and imagination of Georgian born Irma Gelantia. Having trained formally, she now sets about creating a varied and interesting collection of work that should keep any inquisitive viewer occupied for a long while.


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In Deep Water
£ 480
With seven miles of award-winning beaches, the longest pleasure pier in the world, four museums, three theatres, two art galleries, seven libraries and three casinos, it isn't really that hard to see why an artist such as Stephen Gibb's might find England's Southend-on-Sea, a source of great inspiration.


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'Japanese French Maid'
£ 6930
Between 1999 and 2001 Karl Gietl traveled, worked and exhibited in France, Holland, Germany and Belgium. He returned to South Africa in 2002 where he continued on an extensive travel spree of southern Africa and her neighboring countries.


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Paralle Crossroads
£ 1090
"My work embraces the simulated world, focusing attention on the interchange - ability of real and imaginary, actual and virtual." Lloyd Gill.

Lloyd Gill's paintings aim to explore and question the notion of space and our reality of it.


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Untitled
£ 250
The art of Vincent Titas Gimzunas reflects his personal journey in this world, full of symbolism and dream like details. He paints in a wide range of styles. From naturalistic still life to gestural abstract markmaking; from Surrealist landscape to psychedelic portrait.


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Here We Go!
£ 650
The freshness and childlike naievete of Rachel Glittenberg's work is a joy to behold. Her images of the female form, often surrounded by flowers is reminiscent of the beautiful art of Paula Modersohn Becker.


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Mansworld 1
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Londonart is proud to host the internationally acclaimed work of Helen Gorrill, which is held in private collections worldwide and now included in New York Brooklyn Museum's Elizabeth A Sackler Center artbase, alongside The Guerrilla Girls, Tracey Emin, Annie Sprinkle, Miriam Schapiro, Judy Chicago and Pipilotti Rist.


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Pomegranate
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Often walking hand-in-hand with controversy is the sensual female form, and 31-year-old Russian born, Belgium-based artist Olga Gouskova certainly knows how to capture an audience with her paintings of beautiful and stylish women.


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Costa Smeralda ,evening light
£ 390
Art has been defined by some as ‘the imitation of beautiful nature’ or it has been said that at least many works of art ‘re-represent’ or re-produce’ some aspect of nature or reality. Gradwell’s colourful compositions abstract from the familiar, juxtaposing the ‘real’ with the abstract to produce well-balanced fluid paintings.


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Nude #4
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Dan Green is a figurative artist who describes his style of work as contemporary realism. His art works incorporate portraits, close-up floral paintings and childhood memories, and much of his time is involved with commissioned portraits.


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Fish on a Plate 1
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Fleshy, sun kissed scenes, created by a hand which realises that all emotion is in the details. John Gregson’s still life paintings glow with an inner warmth and plump beauty that sets him apart from so many of his contemporaries.


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Spring Gardening - Original Contemporary Acrylic Landscape Painting on Canvas by Diane Griffiths
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Born in 1981, Diane Griffiths began painting during her early school years. During high-school, Griffiths was awarded the privilege of having one of her paintings put on display in the Head Teacher's office - an honour that the judicious, devoted students among us will appreciate the magnitude of! Griffiths accredits her school tutors as having had an indispensable hand in teaching her the essentials of technique, but it is clear that she has found her voice and established her style since escaping the confines of education.


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Forestlake. Careless summer.
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38-year-old Russian Slava Groshev uses photographs to help create stunningly beautiful paintings of young women. Crisp, vibrant and sharp, Slava's figurative work is so realistic-looking that you could easily be fooled into thinking that she uses digital photography in its creation, but this is not the case.


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People take up definate spaces, even made up ones
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The complex and intense process by which Christian Mann generates his canvases, raises an equally commanding and involving response from the viewer. Describing himself as, "a palimpsest in motion", Christian Mann's multi faceted canvases record events, observation, opinion and emotion, and pack a vivacious beat of figures and their elements in progressive conversation.


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