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Winners of International Watercolor Contest 2020

The International Watercolor Contest reaches its fourth edition and continues with its aim of searching for the different paths within the international artistic panorama and at the same time documenting the evolution of contemporary watercolor.

 

The 3 winners selected by our international jury are awarded the purchase prizes of € 1000, € 500 and € 300 respectively, while the winners of the other prizes listed below will participate in important events in the artistic field.

Tejo Van Den Broeck

1st place

 

 

 

 

 

"The idea is more important than the work itself"

 

 

Art is not merely aesthetic reproduction, its essence lies in the idea, in the concept that precedes and conforms the work.

Anne McCartney

2nd Place

 

 

A deep perspective vision combined with a great play of light and shadow make this work a masterful construction

Ingrid Aldritt

3rd Place

 

 

A deep perspective vision combined with a great play of light and shadow make this work a masterful construction

Sonia Bomben

Galleria Esdé Prize

 

Great expressive ability, personal and eclectic technique make her an interesting artist who has a lot to tell

Gloria Toscano 

Saint-Chamond Biennial Special Prize

 

 

The soft and ethereal contours frame a story that the painting conveys with great evocative force.

Mia Koeneman

Winsor&Newton

Special Prize

 

 

Almost an abstraction is the one that manages to harmoniously transfer with different layers of color, with glacial tones. the watercolor rendered in excellent shape.

Agnieszka Midera 

Winsor&Newton Special Prize

 

 

An elegant and vibrant combination of colors for this subject that evokes Mediterranean suggestions in the morning sun, in a countryside that could be in the South of many countries of the world ...

Pasquale Mazzullo

Winsor&Newton Special Prize

 

A vigorous and ringing maritime glimpse translated by fresh brush strokes and without hesitation.

Random touches only apparently denote a certainty and a color control that is enhanced in the richness of small and large movements of the pictorial gesture.