Are you a painter and know how to get your ideas displayed on canvas? If you really have this skill attached to your soul, there is hardly any reason why you cannot be rich. Talent comes within and once you are able to identify this creativity in your personality, you can really cash it to the most of your ability.
Here are 10 richest painters in the world with amazing creativity who might motivate you to bring your talent in some decent use.
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10. Noam Rappaport
He was born in Sweden in 1974 and has graduated from the BFA, School of Visual Arts, New York, and NY. Some of his selected group and solo exhibitions include Ratio 3, San Francisco, CA, ATM Gallery, New York, NY and Beyond the Object, Brand New Gallery, Milan.
09. Scott Olson
His paintings are an example of the fragile and ethereal abstract because he builds the frames of his own paintings himself and his work is in the combination of the wax, oil and marble dust on the wood making it significant from others.
08. Yoshiaki Mochizuki
He has been trained as one of the most classical painter of all times and produces work which includes nuanced and mixed media paintings and among which his shimmer work and geometric abstractions are the interlocking explanations.
07. Daniel Lefcourt
Daniel Lefcourt’s work is more homochromatic while appraising and undoing the process of painting by itself by the way of its materials and inspirations in which it is occurring.
06. David Korty
Over the last few years he’s been backing away from his old panache, trying with fresh lined statistics, à la Alex Katz, and now taking on the piercing boundaries of the Bauhaus and Russian Constructivism.
05. Nikolas Gambaroff
Gambaroff’s mounting standing imitates his criticality to a vital propensity: a novel practicality in sculpture that struggles to replicate the unnoticed authenticities of art itself. He attempts to dismember, decompose, and re-evaluate the imposts, prospects and traditions of the paintings.
04. Keltie Ferris
His paintings gives the feelings of a living and breathing entity to the customers and the viewers who seem to be palpitating as well as excruciating beyond the layers of the canvas with the most buzzing energy ever.
03. Liam Everett
Through his abstracts, his mixed media paintings as well as his sculptures he makes his viewers explore the art of the painting and know the gestures that he put in the making of his artwork and then into the finished product as well.
02. Paul Cowan
Strained from the biospheres of profitable signage and reasonable skill, his amalgam entities repeatedly feature varnish, rather than tint, smeared to canvas.
01. Joshua Abelow
Abelow is acknowledged for consuming unpretentious nevertheless encumbered descriptions: his two most common subjects are symmetrical customs and twig figures, which are orientations to Modernist intellection.