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Hyper-Realistic Paintings by Davis Cone

Published Nov 28, 2013

Davis Cone is a renowned American artist who has chosen Art Deco movie theatres as his main subject.

“His meticulous chronicles of these disappearing icons of American life are included in virtually every important collection of contemporary American representational art. A native of Augusta, Georgia, Davis Cone began exhibiting regionally in 1977. By 1981, his work was shown in Tokyo, Lisbon, Madrid and Nuremburg as well as many major American cities. Davis Cone’s first one-person gallery exhibition was at OK Harris Works of Art in New York in 1979. Since then, there have been seven shows at OK Harris, and the exhibition Theatre Paintings 1977-1983 at the Georgia Museum of Art (Athens) and the Hunter Museum of Art (Chatanooga, TN).”

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