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Robert Proch art prints & posters, available now at artrepublic.com

Robert Proch

Robert Proch art prints & posters, available now at artrepublic.com

Painter, muralist, and animator, Robert Proch was born in Poland in 1986. After graduating from the prestigious Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan, Proch began to develop his distinctive street-to-canvas aesthetic, which draws together state-of-the-art animation, Impressionism, and modern graffiti for a palpably twenty-first-century style. Through this mash-up, Proch crafted his own pictorial language, which response to the modern metropolis. Resistant to the bland futurism of many urban centres, Proch used his art to reimagine the city: freed from the necessity for street clutter and practicality, Proch created cubist-inspired spaces which seem to shift and distort under the viewer’s gaze. Each work unfolds a mini-narrative through whsre Proch explores the modern human condition. Using vivid colours and bold compositions, his work is filled with emotion: sentimentality, ambition, fear, loss, anguish, and hubris are all woven into the fabric of his art to capture the intensity of the lived experience. Gravitating towards realism, Proch believed that good art should speak for itself: in his own words, “no user guide” should be necessary. Eschewing photographic and digital techniques, Proch’s realism was highly skilled, following the tradition of past-masters: often, the paintings are not even preluded with a sketch, making each an intensive process of paint to canvas. Amongst his influences, Proch cited Francis Bacon, Claude Monet, Miles Davis, Sat One, William Turner, Caspar David Friedrich, and Edward Hopper. He exhibited in his native Poland, as well as Denmark, Italy, Hungary, Estonia, and Germany. Proch lived and works in Poznan, Poland.
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