The Beauty of the Female Form Takes Center Stage in Park West’s New Sale Collection
The female form has inspired some of the greatest works of art in history—from the Venus de Milo to the “Mona Lisa” and beyond—which is why Park West is proud to announce our latest sale collection focused on the beauty and majesty of female figurative art.
For our final collection of our 2020 Spring Sale, Park West wanted to do something special, so we’ve assembled a truly remarkable selection of interpretations of the female form from past and present art world masters.
Our new Female Form collection—featuring over 50 works—highlights stunning depictions of the female body by artists like Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Pino, Itzchak Tarkay, Linda Le Kinff, Marko Mavrovich, Peter Nixon, Dominic Pangborn, Csaba Markus, Patrick Guyton, Anatoly Metlan, and the great Peter Max.
You can view the complete collection HERE. If you’re interested in acquiring any of these works, just contact our personal gallery consultants at 1-800-521-9654 ext. 4 or email@example.com.
According to Park West Gallery Director David Gorman, “For centuries, the female form has been a source of artistic inspiration, and this exhibition highlights that stunning form of expression from some of the greatest artists in the Park West Gallery collection.”
The range of artists available in this new sale collection is fantastic, but what’s equally exciting is the broad scope of the mediums used to bring their female subjects to life.
In this collection, you will find oil and acrylic paintings, mixed-media creations, etchings, original pencil drawings—almost every single work in this collection is a unique work.
“Figure drawing is a fundamental part of the artist’s journey,” says Gorman. “Capturing the subtle tonal shifts in light and shadow on the human body onto a two-dimensional surface has challenged artists for over 500 years and serves as a building block in their artistic abilities.”
One of the best aspects of this collection is that it has something for everyone. Every artist has their own unique interpretation of the female body and, as such, there is a thrilling variety of styles on display.
The expressions of figurative art range from Peter Max’s Pop-inspired “Mona Lisa” to the lush romantic brushstrokes of Pino to even etchings from one of the founders of the Impressionist movement, Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
Many of the artworks feature women in the nude, offering creative meditations on the beauty of the female body.
Gorman notes that nudes are often highly sought-after by collectors and museums because “they are timeless figures that cannot be dated in history by the clothing they wear. Painting figures absent of clothing lends a more universal appeal that collectors have celebrated since quite literally the beginning of collecting art.”
This collection will not last long. If you would like to acquire your own celebration of the female form, reach out to Park West at (800) 521-9654 ext. 4 or firstname.lastname@example.org.