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Four people standing with a painting From left to right: Jennifer Schipf, head, Fine Art & Specie Insurance, North America for AXA XL; Eric Fischl, artist and prize juror; Monica Ikegwu, student artist and 1st Prize winner; Amy Sherald, artist and prize juror, with Ikegwu’s painting, ‘Jaden’ (Photo: AXA XL)

Art and artists evolve, introducing new movements through differing approaches. One such movement is figurative art. According to the Tate Gallery, figurative art is any form of modern art that retains strong references to the real world and particularly to the human figure. The term has been particularly used since the arrival of abstract art to refer to artists that retain aspects of the real world as their subject matter.


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