Roberto Rosenman

Roberto Rosenman was born in Venezuela and moved to Canada at an early age. Primarily a self-taught artist, he studied drawing and painting at The Ontario College of Art & Design for a year and painting at  Grand Central Academy in New York . In addition, he pursued studies in literature at York University. Rosenman switches between still life and portraiture, always incorporating strong symbolism and narrative in his work. He lives in Toronto and teaches drawing and painting at George Brown College.

"In my work, the technical aspect of realism is inextricably linked to my choice of subject matter in that it is meant to force the viewer to look beyond the objective and material world. I choose to depict everyday objects that are stripped of personal or emotional association and not normally worthy of regard. It is through the overloading of the insignificant with significance that the magical and metaphysical qualities of everyday object are revealed." - Roberto Rosenman

Available artwork: 
White Rose by Roberto Rosenman
White Rose
Oil on Panel, 16 x 12
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Knots by Roberto Rosenman
Knots
Oil on Panel, 20 x 16
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Birds by Roberto Rosenman
Birds
Oil on Linen, 9 x 12
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Open Book by Roberto Rosenman
Open Book
Oil on Panel, 9 x 12
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Yellow Napkin by Roberto Rosenman
Yellow Napkin
Oil on Panel, 16 x 20
Loch Gallery, Calgary
Vanitas by Roberto Rosenman
Vanitas
Oil on Panel, 18 x 24
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Hunger by Roberto Rosenman
Hunger
Oil on Panel, 12 x 16
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Turkish Girl by Roberto Rosenman
Turkish Girl
Watercolour, 25.5 x 19.5
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Portrait of Rose-Anne by Roberto Rosenman
Portrait of Rose-Anne
Watercolour, 24 x 20
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Artist origin: 
Canadian
Artist type: 
Established living contemporary
Born: 
1975

 

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