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Joe Machine

 

 

Joe Machine is a world- renowned artist, illustrator and writer described by the legendary art critic Edward Lucie-Smith as being the successor to Francis Bacon and William Blake. Having risen from a troubled upbringing and involvement in crime, he has become one of the most important British artists.

He is a founding member of the Stuckist art movement and painter-in-residence for the Prometheus Project in Trieste, Italy. He is known for his instantly recognisable style of painting which incorporates archetypal imagery and esoteric symbolism within his religious and mythological works.

He has collaborated with the mythographer and editor of The London Magazine Dr. Steven O’Brien, on several visual exhibitions and provided illustrations for Dr. O’Brien’s book ‘Britannic Myths’, among others. Joe is currently working on a new series of paintings based on Dr. O’Brien’s Arthurian cycle of writings and a major exhibition ‘Saints Of Britain’ for the Vatican.

 

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Joe Machine is a world- renowned artist, illustrator and writer described by the legendary art critic Edward Lucie-Smith as being the successor to Francis Bacon and William Blake.

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