Figures in Dark Water I, acrylic on linen, 54in x 60in (137.2cm x 152.4cm)
Woman Touching Fingers, Charcoal on paper, 30in x 22in (76.2cm x 55.9cm)
Swimmers, acrylic on linen, 50in x 60in (127cm x 152.4cm)
Two Swimmers III, acrylic on linen, 60in x 36in (152.4cm x 91.4cm)
Standing figure: dark background, Charcoal on paper, 60in x 23in (152.4cm x 58.4cm)
Three Swimmers II, acrylic on linen, 54in x 70in (137.2cm x 177.8cm)
Stretching Figure, Charcoal on paper, 30in x 22in (76.2cm x 55.9cm)
Woman in Dappled Light, encaustic, 11in x 14in (27.9cm x 35.6cm)
Sunlight and figure on floor, Oil on linen, 70in x 46in (177.8cm x 116.8cm)
Five Swimmers, acrylic on linen, 70in x 56in (177.8cm x 142.2cm)
Woman on chair (large), Oil on linen, 54in x 40in (137.2cm x 101.6cm)
Seated figure in sun, Charcoal on paper, 30in x 22in (76.2cm x 55.9cm)
Three Swimmers I, acrylic on linen, 54in x 70in (137.2cm x 177.8cm)
Cadogan Contemporary are delighted to present this joint exhibition by contemporary artists Anne Leone and Daniel Ludwig.
Anne Leone was born in Los Angeles, California and lives in Berkley Massachusetts and Brooklyn, New York. She has been featured in 50 exhibitions. Since 1994 has been making paintings of the human figure suspended in water. The setting for her recent works are the natural limestone ponds called “cenote” found near Tulum, Mexico.
Daniel Ludwig is an American figurative artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York and Berkley. His contemporary work consists of paintings, drawings and bronze sculptures which are widely collected in United States and Europe. She uses wax mediums and diverse modes of application to bring life to the many different textures, patterns, and surfaces that wave through the composition.
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