New Video from Daniel Graves

by Matthew Innis |

It seems rather fitting that during the late 20th century’s resurgent interest in traditional art methods and motifs, that the city of Florence, Italy, found itself at the vanguard of the Representational Art revival.  There were, of course, other places in the 1980s where students could receive classical art training – most notably, Minnesota, where Richard Lack maintained his…

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