George  Baxter

George Baxter

I am a retired art teacher and artist who takes a great interest in abstract expressionism, surrealism, art history and interior design. I have written many articles on numerous famous artists and traditional art techniques.

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Dental Implants vs a Dental Bridge for a Single Missing Tooth

This article discusses the various aspects of replacing a missing tooth with either a dental implants or a dental bridge.

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Watercolour Paint Brushes for Beginners – Which Brushes to Buy

This guide provides advice on which paint brushes to buy for beginners at watercolour painting. With just 3 basic brushes, together with paint and paper you are ready to start painting.

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What Are Mini Dental Implants?

Mini dental implants are smaller versions of conventional dental implants that are used to replace missing or support dentures. The uses of Mini dental implants are explained here.

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How Do Dentists Whiten Teeth?

Dentists can whiten teeth by a simple procedure, this is not something you can do at home in an efficient manner with the same level of results.

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How to Prime a Canvas Ready for Painting

Learn how to prime a canvas with this easy to understand, step-by-step guide.

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The Famous Pop Art Artist - James Rosenquis

James Rosenquist's creations are a great inspiration to the younger generation of artists of the present century. Though classified among the exponents of Pop Art, Rosenquist wasn't bothered about fitting into any particular classification of art. Nevertheless, his utilization of popular and recognizable imagery in a strange manner remains one of the most representative techniques of Pop Art.

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The Famous French Interior Designer - Stéphane Boudin

Stéphane Boudin was an interior designer who achieved success through his creativity, passion and focus on details. With his excellent knowledge of interior design and the decorative arts, he could create time honoured artistic works. A great teacher and mentor, he inspired his followers and assistants to excel in their own fields.

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The Art on Canvas of Gustav Klimt - The Famous Austrian Artist

Gustav Klimt professed that his identity was clearly revealed in his paintings and a careful observer could easily discern this. Without even bothering to paint a self-portrait, Klimt wanted art lovers and his fans to understand him through his monumental paintings on canvas. Gustav's unique style of portraiture, highlighting recurring themes on beauty and eroticism, continues to enthral artists and art lovers, and remains a strong inspiration throughout their lives.

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