Vol. 09.03.2019 | Artist Spotlight Linda Cosgrove

Introducing LINDA COSGROVE

It is said that “dead men tell no tales”, but Linda Cosgrove’s study of the Old Masters and their techniques has become the foundation for her art in carrying forward their tradition of fine detail, sense of light and touch that separates them from more contemporary applications.

 

Linda Cosgrove arrived in San Francisco in 1976 after her university studies. She is surrounded by her important collection of rare European and Latin American artifacts – artifacts that often appear in her paintings. Her surrealist works in oil are acclaimed for reviving the medieval practice of oil-on-copper, and create a synthesis of Renaissance-inspired pieces with a strong hint of dark humor. The further one ventures into her work, the more visible is the differentiation.

Cosgrove’s art is featured in collections throughout Europe, the Americas and the Caribbean. She has been featured in many prestigious shows, including the New York Armory International Exhibit in which she was featured as one of the exhibition highlights, in the company of renowned artists including Durer, Rembrandt and David Hockney.

PLEASE JOIN US THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2019

FROM 6 UNTIL 8 PM

FOR AN EXHIBITION OF NEW WORK

FROM LINDA COSGROVE