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Michael Siegel

"Glazed Pottery with Flowers"

"Still-Life with Tibetan Canteen"

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Michael Siegel

(American b.1979)



     Born in 1979, the youngest son to a violinist father and artist mother, Michael grew up surrounded by the arts. With an early interest in developing his drawing skills, Michael spent his high school years in Los Angeles studying anatomy and figure drawing under leaders in the animation and illustration fields. It was not until the age of 18, however, when Michael first held a paintbrush, that he knew he had found his calling. After studying privately under David A Leffel, Michael moved his studio to Los Angeles, where he now works as an artist and is a highly sought-after instructor.


     Known now for his still-life, portraiture, and figure painting, Michael uses a dramatic "chiaroscuro" (or "light-and-shadow") approach to create powerful and moving paintings. His works have been shown at numerous international exhibitions, and have been collected throughout the world. Michael currently teaches workshops all over the world, including the Art Students League of New York and an annual workshop in Paris, and lectures at museums on Dutch Master techniques.


     Michael is also co-owner of Old Masters Maroger, a company dedicated to producing traditional Old Master painting mediums and varnishes. OMM Mediums are sold to artists all over the globe.


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