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Richard, irresistible flowers

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Richard, irresistible flowers

Richard Schmid Richard Schmid America, (1934-)—ArtYouhua—Still Life and Flowers Part ▽ Part ▽ Part ▽ Richard Schmid and his wife Nancy Guzik Richard Schmid (Richard Schmid), One of the most prominent painters and art educators in the contemporary world. Born in Chicago, Illinois, USA in 1934. His earliest artistic influence came from his maternal grandfather, Julian Oates, an architectural sculptor. From the age of 12, he initially studied and studied figures, landscapes and anatomy, and continued until he entered the Art Institute of Chicago, where he studied and studied classical painting techniques under the guidance of William H. Mosby. In the United States, Richard's paintings are regarded as the classics of realism, and everyone is amazed by his paintings. He has held and participated in many exhibitions, and he has won almost every major art award in the United States. Known as a landmark figure in American realism painting. In 2000, Richard Schmid received the highest honor of the John Singer Sargent Medal for Lifetime Achievement in the United States. In 2005, he received an annual Gold Medal from the Portrait Society of America and an honorary doctorate from the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts. Part ▽ In 2013, at the Royal Opening Ceremony of Abbotsford in Melrose, Scotland, the Queen of England watched Richard Schmid paint the scene. The Queen was full of praise for his skills, and finally Richard's The masterpiece The Home of Sir Walter Scott is in the collection of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Throughout his artistic career, Richard has promoted the art of painting education through his books, articles, lectures, art studios, and televised presentations. He has traveled extensively in Europe and America. Currently, Richard and his wife Nancy Guzik (painter Nancy Guzik) live in Vermont, USA. He tends to draw from life, so there are many sketches in his books. To sketch is to draw things in his life. He believes that this is the best way to express art, because sketching is to observe objects in real life, and it requires a high level of performance. And many of the viewpoints he wrote were based on the thinking direction of an oil painter. Part ▽ Part ▽ Part ▽ Part ▽ Part ▽ Part ▽ Part ▽ Part ▽ Part ▽

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