photo_2021-06-06_13-44-14 photo_2021-06-06_13-44-15 photo_2021-06-06_13-44-16 photo_2021-06-06_13-44-17 New ArtEnglish Artist Glenn Brown Brown’s main characteristic is borrowing subjects for his paintings from both modern masters (Frank Auerbach, Howard Hodgkin, Georges Baselitz) and classical masters (Rembrandt, Fragonard, Salvador Dali), reinterpreting them and giving them their own content. Some of his paintings are humorous mysteries. Glenn Brown gave his painting technique a name: “art references,” which attracts many fans of contemporary avant-garde painting to his work. Using the well-known artistic techniques of mannerism, the English artist breaks stereotypes and the boundaries between the spiritual and the physical, focusing on the bright and sometimes hallucinogenic colors in his unusual paintings. Brown’s work gives the impression of a kind of fantastic hyper-realism, but executed in the classic style of the surrealist schools of painting.