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Check out the list of artists under the letter R. In it, you'll find a variety of works with real artistic value as Digital Basel meticulously curates the collection and selects visionary truly worth your time and investments.

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Rafik El Kamel was a Tunisian artist known for his paintings that explore the relationship between space and light. He graduated from the School of Fine Arts in Tunis in 1966 and taught at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts after returning from studying at the School of Decorative Arts in Paris. El Kamel's work has been exhibited internationally since 1966 and has received numerous awards.


Rudy Cremonini is a contemporary artist from Italy, now based in the US. His figurative work combines traditional painting with digital manipulation to create surreal images exploring identity, memory, and perception. Cremonini has exhibited worldwide, including at the Saatchi Gallery in London and the National Academy Museum in New York.


Richard Avedon was an iconic American photographer known for his influential portraits and fashion photography. Avedon's interest in photography began in his teenage years, and he dropped out of Columbia University after one year to focus on photography. He worked as a Photographer's Mate Second Class in the US Merchant Marines during World War II, which further honed his technical skills and deepened his understanding of human subjects. Avedon's dynamic and unconventional approach to fashion photography revolutionized the industry and transformed it into an art form. His contributions to the world of photography were numerous, including his ability to capture the inner spirit and emotions of his subjects. Throughout his career, Avedon received numerous accolades for his groundbreaking work.


Roy Lichtenstein was an American pop artist known for his pioneering work that often featured motifs from popular culture. He used bold, flat colors and Ben-Day dots to create shading and texture. His most famous work, "Whaam!", depicted a fighter plane being shot down in a dramatic comic book-style panel and became a symbol of the pop art movement. Throughout his career, Lichtenstein continued to produce works that challenged the boundaries between high art and popular culture and received numerous awards and honors, including a National Medal of Arts in 1995.


Robert Mapplethorpe was an American photographer known for his provocative images featuring BDSM themes and male nudity. He studied at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn before embarking on his career as a photographer. Mapplethorpe's work explored still lifes, portraits, and erotic imagery, featuring stark black-and-white contrasts and careful composition. He was involved in the New York City art scene and is considered one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century. Mapplethorpe died in 1989 from complications related to AIDS.

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