"Roadside Furniture"
by sabine7 / November 27, 2006


Richard Bosman’s father was a sea-faring man, so water and its power was a typical topic within Bosman’s earlier oeuvre. He has hit land since those days, and Bosman’s more recent works are much woodier in nature. The broad, hasty brush strokes of Drowning Man depict a rougher ride than the smoother control evidenced in Shaker Dresses and Roadside Furniture. Bosman was once grouped with painters of Bad Painting (yes, this is a genre), but with time, his style has evolved considerably.


Artist: Richard Bosman
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Shaker Dresses

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Drowning Man


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