Jeremy Mann is an artist from San Francisco, one of the most interesting and emerging figures in the panorama of contemporary realist painting.
His style suggests a contemporary and urban impressionism, a new Monet that instead of water lilies and reflections on the water is hit by the night lights of a skyscraper seen from the window of his car.
The Cityscapes Jeremy are blurred and sharp, their colors are dazzling and dark. These intertwines romantic realism, of a melancholy nocturnal animal, which lets itself be swallowed up by the city, its smiley atmosphere and the intermittent lights.
In his painting you expect that at any moment the wiper passes, that a drop begins to run along the canvas. Each of his works is a mix of mystery and abrasive charm, capable of portraying the sublime light of iconic cities like New York and San Francisco.
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