The works of Firmin Baes, a world-famous pastel artist, portrait painter and painter of still life subjects, figures, landscapes and interiors, attract attention in the exhibition.

Artists taking part in the exhibition;

Angelina DRUMAUX (1881-1959) was a Belgian painter who focused on floral still lifes. His works include portraits, landscapes, seascapes, still lifes and, above all, flower paintings. Drumaux's works are in the Belgian state collection in Brussels and in the museums of Liège, Ghent and Paris.

Frans MORTELMANS (1865-1936) Belgian painter and engraver Frans Mortelmans studied under Lucas Victor Schaefels and Charles Verlat at the Victor Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp from 1876 to 1886. Initially he produced portraits, history paintings, marine and life scenes, but later specialized in still lifes and especially floral compositions, with which he achieved considerable success.

Johan Laurentz JENSEN (1800-1856) Danish painter Johan Laurentz Jensen, parallel to his education at the Danish Academy of Fine Arts, became a student of Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg and Cladius Detlev Fritzsch. Floral arrangements often had both decorative and symbolic value. Danish plants were often accompanied by exotic flowers and fruits, and sometimes birds.

Johannes GRENNESS (1875-1963) Johannes Grenness was born in Drammen, Norway, but spent most of his life in Denmark. While in Munich he studied at PS Krøyer's painting school and also under Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944). He is highly regarded as a portraitist but enjoyed painting landscapes in an impressionistic style 'en plein air'.

Charles PERRON (1893- 1958) Carles Perron is known for his landscape, still life and nude paintings. The following inscription was found on a gallery label on the back of a painting by the artist Charles Perron was born in Plesse in 1893 and is known for his landscapes, still lifes and nudes. His delicate still-life compositions are particularly reminiscent of Chardin's style and spirit, and he received numerous awards, including the second "Roman Grand Prix" in 1921. He was a member of the Societe des Artistes Francais and won both gold and silver medals in 1928.

Firmin BAES (1874-1943) Firmin Baes (1874, Saint-Josse-ten-Noode - 1943, Brussels) was a Belgian impressionist painter. Firmin Baes, son of the decorative painter Henri Baes, was active as a portrait painter and painter of still life subjects, figures, landscapes and interiors.

Jef Van DeFACKERE (1879-1946) Van de Fackere was a precocious talent who became a teacher at the Bruges Academy of Fine Arts at the age of 25. He was a man of the Academy, immersed in the rich artistic heritage of the plains while honing the skills of others.

Jean RETS (1910-1998) Rets focused on the proportions between colors and shapes. He worked for charity since 1956. This new approach resulted in arts integration projects. In the 1960s, he created optical arts by incorporating neons into his works. He remained true to his artistic assumptions until the end of his career in 1990.

Marcel LEPRİN (1891- 1933) We can distinguish three periods whose different styles express his mental and material state, especially the Marseille period, which consists of large paintings. decorative murals, the Montmartre period is quite dark and commercial, the countryside excursions period is warmer and more creative. It is also depicted in bullfighting paintings.

Leprin's paintings can be seen today mostly in the National Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris, the Carnavalet Museum, the Montmartre Museum and the Petit Palais Museum in Geneva.

Emile BOUTIN (1874- 1951) Émile Boutin was an architect, painter, engraver and sculptor.

You can see the exhibition at Arnavutköy Gallery Selvin between 21 March and 20 April.