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Gabriela Gonzalez Dellosso and Brian Rutenberg

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To read about Gabriela Gonzalez Dellosso and Brian Rutenberg, see the May 2006 issue of Magazine. Here are some pieces that didn’t appear in the issue.

Gabriela Gonzalez Dellosso
Selene (pastel, 16×20).


The Empty Purse (pastel, 45×35).



Susan (pastel, 10×8).



Study for Harlequin (pastel, 14×3).



Jennifer (pastel, 10×8).


Brian Rutenberg
Gray Heralds (oil, 56×79).


Study for Carolina (oil, 21×29).



Little Creek (oil, 48×38).



Riverbend 7 (oil, 36×55).



Riverbend 8 (oil, 36×55).


Edited by Lisa Wurster, associate editor of Magazine.


Watch the video: Brian Rutenberg Studio Visit 24 (June 2022).


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