Before the commercial art market, copying a
work of a master was considered a tribute, not a forgery. In the
previous centuries, many painters like Rembrandt had workshops
with apprentices that studied painting techniques by copying the
works and style of the master.
July 14th Mic unveiled a collection of
his own rendering of 20 masterpieces from the famed d'Orsay Museum
and the Louvre Museum. Mic is bringing Paris to Saugatuck
(The White House Gallery
and Bistro) in a one time summer exhibition
of famous paintings such as the Mona Lisa, Whistler's Mother and
other classics by Monet, Van Gogh, Cezanne, Manet, Rembrandt,
Degas and Toulouse Lautrec.
Veiw the collection of 20 paintings by clicking
on the image above or Learn more....