The Artists Newsletter is a monthly edition, put together by a technical artist for a real-world artist Doug Kemp. Doug Kemp news is run by Doug’s son Luke and brother norman.
admin2022-06-21T09:38:13+00:00Pop Art Video Heroes And Villains Artist Prints By Doug Kempadmin2022-06-21T09:38:13+00:00
Sit back and listen - This heroes and villains pop art video was produced by Doug's son Luke using Adobe Creative Cloud
admin2022-05-19T15:42:32+00:00Magician Art Series Of Paintingsadmin2022-05-19T15:42:32+00:00
The hero of the paintings references a paparazzi photographer from the 1930s known as Weegree who had an uncanny ability to find and photograph a crime scene sometimes even before the police arrived.
admin2022-05-19T13:36:07+00:00Doug Kemp Print Gallery Taster Videoadmin2022-05-19T13:36:07+00:00
Doug Kemp print gallery taster video featuring a 'flowing backbone' demonstrating a journey through the print gallery. You will need to subscribe for notification of this videos final release.
admin2022-05-18T11:19:02+00:00ART STORY – The Lady (Lucan) Painting Backstoryadmin2022-05-18T11:19:02+00:00
Lady Lucan's name is Veronica Duncan. And she was married to Lord Lucan, a British aristocrat and a notorious gambler who ran up huge gambling debts. Read the painting background art story.
admin2022-05-18T11:12:21+00:00ART STORY – The Kursaal, Painting Backstoryadmin2022-05-18T11:12:21+00:00
In the 1950s people of the East end of London often went to places like Southend-on-Sea (people from “South of the river” had “their” Margate), which is actually little more than the Thames estuary.
admin2022-05-18T11:53:50+00:00ART STORY – Little Bohemia Painting Backstoryadmin2022-05-18T11:53:50+00:00
Art story - Little Bohemia 45" x 50" inches acrylic painting on canvas by Doug Kemp. This painting depicts the botched raid by the FBI (then called the Division of Investigation) against the John Dillinger Gang who were staying at the Little Bohemia Lodge
admin2022-05-18T12:03:06+00:00ART STORY – Marie Provost, Poor Marie, Paintingadmin2022-05-18T12:03:06+00:00
On January 21, 1937, Prevost died of acute alcoholism at the age of 40. Her body was not discovered until neighbours raised the alarm after complaining about her pet dachshund, Maxie incessant barking.
admin2022-05-19T14:34:05+00:00ART STORY – Madam Klang and The G-menadmin2022-05-19T14:34:05+00:00
Madam Klang is a 1930s comic book villainess, her father an eye-patch wearing villain, missing half of his left leg, is a Chinese evil genius with ambitions of ruling America by destroying the US fleet with his infer-red heat ray.
admin2022-05-18T12:13:26+00:00ART STORY – Freddie Mills Painting Backstoryadmin2022-05-18T12:13:26+00:00
Freddie Mills was a famous boxer in the 1940s and 1950s. One of the first working-class celebrities. Freddie Mills Painting on Canvas 50×45 Inches Art Story By Doug Kemp.
admin2022-05-18T11:00:56+00:00ART STORY – Ruth Ellis 14 Minutesadmin2022-05-18T11:00:56+00:00
14 minutes depicts the sad tale of Ruth Ellis. She was the last woman to be hanged in England for the crime of murder. Ellis was convicted of the murder of her lover, David Blakely, on Easter Sunday 1955. She was hanged by state executioner, Albert Pierrepoint,
admin2022-05-18T14:14:25+00:00Art Story – Dolly Silvers Curtainsadmin2022-05-18T14:14:25+00:00
I came into the world at the very beginning of WWII, Except for the occasional flashes of the German Luftwaffe our world was coloured by browns muddy yellow ochre and muddy greens.
admin2022-05-18T12:14:13+00:00ART STORY – ANGELS 2 Painting Backstoryadmin2022-05-18T12:14:13+00:00
Art story - 'Angels 2 1933' 45" x 50" inches acrylic painting on canvas by Doug Kemp. This painting is depicting the story of US Gangster John Herbert Dillinger who was an American gangster active during the Great Depression.
admin2022-05-18T12:21:52+00:00KCAI President Tony Jones Picks A Doug Kemp Painting As Favourite Piece of Artworkadmin2022-05-18T12:21:52+00:00
Art Attack: KCAI President Tony Jones Picks His [...]