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  • Edouard Manet

    French artist Edouard Manet is regarded as one of the most influential painters in history. As one of the first...

    Edouard Manet

  • Henri Matisse

    Henri Matisse was a 19th Century French painter, draftsman, sculptor and printmaker, today he is known as one of the leading figures in modern art.

    Henri Matisse

  • Barry McGee

    Barry McGee is a much respected cult figure in a bi-coastal subculture that comprises of skaters, graffiti artists and West Coast surfers. His style of bold graphic lines and strong colours is one of the most recognisable in street art.

    Barry McGee

  • Antony Micallef

    Antony Micallef is an English contemporary artist and painter known for his oil and charcoal pieces that critique contemporary popular culture.

    Antony Micallef

  • Harland Miller

    Harland Miller is a British writer and artist best known for producing a series of paintings based on Penguin book covers.

    Harland Miller

  • Joan Miró

    Joan Miró was a Spanish surrealist painter and sculptor, thought to have significantly influenced late 20th-century art, in particular the American abstract expressionist movement.

    Joan Miró

  • Henry Moore

    Henry Moore is regarded as Britain’s most important sculptors of the 20th century, his sculptures can be found in sculpture parks and public spaces around the UK.

    Henry Moore

  • Robert Motherwell

    American artist Robert Motherwell was the youngest of the infamous New York Abstract Expressionist movement, which included Jackson Pollock, his paintings, lithographs, collages and prints made him one of the most influential artists of the 1940s.

    Robert Motherwell

  • Nuala Mulligan

    Drawing upon her love of the camera, and the relationship between the camera and the model, Nuala Mulligan creates bold...

    Nuala Mulligan

  • Takashi Murakami

    Japanese artist, Takashi Murakami, is one of the world’s most prolific artists, successfully blurring the lines between high art and low culture, East and West, and past and present.

    Takashi Murakami