ALEX RUSSELL FLINT

Great to have Alex in the studio with his work.

Alex Russell Flint is a British artist specialising in representational narrative works in oil and charcoal.

Often set within or around L’Ancienne Ecole, his home in central France, ARF’s paintings have a stillness charged with an undercurrent of drama, and strike a balance between the classical and the contemporary.

Along with solo, joint and group shows in London, Ireland and the United States, and countless commissions, his artwork has been used for the front cover of Donna Tartt's 'Secret History' and his French home and studio featured in various interior design publications including Condé Nast's, 'World of Interiors'.

Alex is represented by Arcadia Contemporary Gallery in Soho, New York.

He is the great-grandson of artist, Sir William Russell Flint.

Web: https://alexrussellflint.com

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