Chris Stevens | Beaux Arts London

Chris Stevens | Beaux Arts London

Chris Stevens | Beaux Arts London

Chris Stevens | Beaux Arts London

Kevin Hope by Chris Stevens

Kevin Hope by Chris Stevens

La Dolce Vita by Chris Stevens

La Dolce Vita by Chris Stevens

Chris Stevens at Beaux Arts Gallery London

Chris Stevens at Beaux Arts Gallery London

Tony by Chris Stevens

Tony by Chris Stevens


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Les Courtals by Chris Stevens

Les Courtals by Chris Stevens

No Line on the Horizon by Chris Stevens

No Line on the Horizon by Chris Stevens

Anthem for an Embittered Youth by Chris Stevens

Anthem for an Embittered Youth by Chris Stevens

Artist: Alessio Radice; Vigevano, Italy {colorful facial portrait painting}

Vigevano, Italy artist Alessio Radice

Artist: Alessio Radice; Vigevano, Italy {colorful facial portrait painting}

Saatchi Art Artist Chris Stevens; Painting, "Arsenale revisited" #art

Arsenale revisited Painting by Chris Stevens

Saatchi Art Artist Chris Stevens; Painting, "Arsenale revisited" #art

Our Side of the Water, 2012, Ray Richardson.

The Walker Art Gallery Takes a Look at Realism in British Art

Our Side of the Water, 2012, Ray Richardson.

Whippet/Greyhound by Sally Muir?

Whippet/Greyhound by Sally Muir?

A gift to the U.S. from France, the Statue of Liberty was erected off the southern tip of Manhattan in 1886. From the ground to the tip of her torch, Lady Liberty stands just over 300 feet tall. Designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, the statue has a crown of seven rays, representing the seven seas and continents, and a tablet inscribed with “July IV MDCCLXXVI,” celebrating the date the U.S. declared independence from British.

A gift to the U.S. from France, the Statue of Liberty was erected off the southern tip of Manhattan in 1886. From the ground to the tip of her torch, Lady Liberty stands just over 300 feet tall. Designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, the statue has a crown of seven rays, representing the seven seas and continents, and a tablet inscribed with “July IV MDCCLXXVI,” celebrating the date the U.S. declared independence from British.

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