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Collector Favorites: Bestselling Artists of February

Ever wondered what other people are buying for their personal art collections? Though your tastes may differ, seeing what others are purchasing can help you discover new artists whose works you might not otherwise have considered.

Below, meet 5 artists who have proven to be popular favorites with our collectors. For more ideas, browse our recently sold works and contact our curators who can help you find similar works in your budget.

Martta Garcia

Spanish artist Martta Garcia explores the vibrancy of the city through her “Pedestrian Crossings” series. Combining the abstract with the realistic, Martta’s series reflects the human-centric energy of togetherness that exists in city life. Her work has been featured in the Saatchi Art print catalog and can be found in private collections internationally. See more of Martta’s work here.

Hervé Bernard

Since 2002, French artist Hervé Bernard has pursued hyperrealism in his engaging narrative paintings. His vision for his paintings requires so much detail that he only produces a few pieces per year. Since 2005, Hervé has exhibited extensively across France in both group and solo exhibitions. See more of Hervé’s work here

Nichole Gronvold Roller

American artist Nichole Gronvold Roller creates irregularly shaped geometric artworks that blur the lines between sculpture and traditional painting. Nichole’s extensive art education includes four degrees: an MFA in Painting, an MA in Painting, an MA in Art Education, and a BFA in Art Education. Her intricately designed pieces have been featured in Saatchi Art’s print catalog and Rising Stars feature. See more of Suzanne’s work here

Maxim Fomenko

“Free” artist Maxim Fomenko creates whimsical, abstract portraits, often referencing well-known compositions by contemporary artists. Based in Germany, Maxim has exhibited at The Other Art Fair and has been featured in both the Saatchi Art print catalog and our One to Watch series. His artwork is held in public and private collections across Europe and North America. See more of Maxim’s work here.

Grażyna Smalej

Grażyna Smalej cites Dutch artists like Pieter Brueghel the Elder as inspiration for her dreamy nature paintings, which she likens to visual poetry. Based in Poland, Grażyna has exhibited extensively in both solo and group exhibitions since 1998. She earned her MFA in Studio Art and has been featured in Saatchi Art’s print catalog, One to Watch Series, and our Rising Stars feature. See more of Grażyna’s work here.