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Atrocity 911

by Marc Rubin

Years ago ... Marc Rubin finished his college education in 1972. In 1973 he entered his senior thesis painting, “Ladies of the Canyon”, Pointillism, 48x58 inches, in the prestigious Biannual Chicago Competition of the Art Institute of Chicago. His work was included by a rare unanimous decision from the three visit-ing museum curators and the head curator of the Art Institute of Chicago, James Spiers. The exhibition created profound recogni-tion for a very young Marc Rubin. Within one year his works were shown and sold in Europe, Chicago and New York City.

The bold color and contrast of Marc Rubin’s works are derived from George Seurat’s color principle and his invention, Pointillism. Marc Rubin has always produced paintings in numerous established painting styles as well as Pointillism. Marc Rubin is known for his vibrant balanced color and his inventions of Pop-Cubism, Synchronism and other genre. He is studied in university art classes throughout the country.

Marc Richard Rubin

The Most Diverse Artist Of Our Time Celebrating Forty Plus Years of Art.

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