Paintings by Julian Samuel

The current land and seascape paintings combine near-abstraction with realistic references. The portraits, initially inspired by increasing signs of intolerance towards minorities in Québec, are also set within abstraction.  I continue similar works in Toronto.

Julian Samuel

 

“Show some respect 1,” Julian Samuel

 

“Try me,” 92 x 92 cm, o/c, Julian Samuel, 2017

 

“Dien Bien Phu #1,” o/plywood, 122 x 46, Julian Samuel, 2017

 

“Armed struggle number 1,” 92 x 92 cm, o/panel, Julian Samuel, 2017

 

“Armed struggle number 2,” 92 x 92 cm, o/panel, Julian Samuel, 2017

 

“Armed struggle number 3,” 92 x 92 cm, o/panel, Julian Samuel, 2017

 

“First Citizen: If the wars eat us not up, they will; and there’s all the love they bear us.” 92 x 92 cm, o/c, Julian Samuel, 2017

 

“Portrait of Donald Trump,” o/c, 92 x92 cm, Julian Samuel, 2017

 

“Naval Battle, Strait of Hormuz, 2028,” o/plywood, 126 x 40, Julian Samuel, 2017

 

“Liberation submarines surfacing to make hospitals and schools,” 122 x 82 cm, o/plywood, Julian Samuel, 2017

 

“St Clair West,” o/plywood, 40 x 135 cm, Julian Samuel, 2017

 

“2700 minutes from Montréal,” o/c, 92 x 122, Julian Samuel, 2017

 

“Get dinner ready,” 100 x 100cm, o/c, Julian Samuel, 2017

 

“Guess who’s coming to dinner in Montréal, Québec: French Canada,” o/c, 92 x 92 cm, Julain Samuel, 2017

 

“Waterfall number 1,” o/plywood, 62 x 62 cm, Julian Samuel, 2017

 

workinprogress “White birds”, 100 x 100cm, o/c, Julian Samuel, 2017