Art Legends Inc.

In the Art Legends Inc. website, you will find stories and information about renowned artists. You can also discover more about limited editions. You can also get an idea of the artists who were featured in limited editions. The website is an excellent resource for collectors and art lovers. It is recommended to follow these artists, because they have become legends in their own right. In addition to collecting their works, you can learn more about the artists.

Jacques Villegle

The late Jacques Villegle, who has often been referred to as the father of contemporary graffiti, first became known outside of France during the 1960s. His work was included in the “The Art of Assemblage” show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, but was more widely known in France, where his art was the subject of an exhibit in 2008 at the Centre Pompidou. Villegle used collage, almost exclusively using torn posters, to create his unique style of urban art.

John Matos CRASH

“Crash” is one of New York’s most recognizable street art legends  artists. In the 1970s, Ellis and other teenage boys were inspired by graffiti that was found on subway cars. These graffiti artists met regularly in the East 149 Street subway station, where they would later form business partnerships. Matos also attended Murry Bergtraum High School of Business Administration, which may explain his interest in art. In his early 20s, he was already creating street art of incredible proportions.

Inge Morath

Inge Morath is one of the pioneering Magnum photojournalists. Born in Graz, Austria, she traveled the Danube region of Eastern Europe for almost forty years (1958-1995), documenting generations of political and social change. Her work takes us through Austria, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, and the Soviet Union after the fall of the Iron Curtain.

Sam Gore

The life and work of Mississippi artist Samuel Marshall Gore is documented in the book “Sam Gore: An American Painter.” Born in 1927 in Coolidge, Texas, Gore later moved to Clinton, Mississippi, where he excelled in many media, including sculpture and painting. Despite his humble beginnings, he had an impressive career, spanning five decades. Here, we’ll take a closer look at his career and some of his most memorable artworks.

Jean-Michel Basquiat

The works of Jean-Michel Basquiat have become legendary in the world of contemporary art. In the 1980s, he was only twenty-one years old, but he was already selling out one-man art exhibitions and gaining national attention. He also received praise from art critics and received a profile in national magazines. He was also one of the youngest artists to take part in the Documenta art exhibition, and his success is closely related to the neo-expressionist movement. In the early 1980s, the art world was ruled by greed, and this reflected in Basquiat’s work.

Andy Warhol

Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Andy Warhol was an artist and graphic designer who devoted his career to the creation of iconic pop art works. The Pittsburgh native had an early aptitude for the arts, and his father directed his savings to pay for his art education at Carnegie Institute of Technology. After graduating, he pursued a Fine Arts degree at Carnegie Mellon University. After completing his studies, he began a career in advertising and magazine illustration, creating a signature style that would become recognizable throughout his art.