Artists

An exclusive collection of fine artworks offered by the House of 99, exclusively curated for art collectors with modern tastes from any generation. Our creative team is dedicated to curation, with each artwork carefully selected from a pool of exceptionally talented and inspired artists. The contemporary artists we represent span the globe, delivering an eclectic mix of modern and traditional techniques straight to your home.


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Jessica Van Haselen

Jessica van Haselen (1986) is a Dutch designer and artist originally from a small town in the Netherlands. A deep interest in foreign cultures, languages, and countries has led her to travel and live all over the world. Her style developed as she absorbed these cultures, translating her experience into the visual medium. read more


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Thomas Bijen

Thomas Bijen (1980) is a Dutch artist that is well known for creating Royal Chess, a 'king-size' installation commissioned by Dutch Royalty. Among his numerous accomplishments, he has been the subject of solo expositions in Monaco, New York, Cologne, Coopenhagen, Amsterdam, among other locations. read more


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Guido Argentini

Guido Argentini (1966) was born in Florence, Italy where he studied medicine for three years but at 23 he decided to turn his passion for photography info a profession. He then became a timeless fine art photographer, capturing the beauty & nature of the female body. read more


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Bratsa Bonifacho

Bratsa Bonifacho (1937) is a senior artist based in Vancouver, Canada. Internationally recognized for his deeply layered abstract paintings, an intense interest in technology, communication and cultural identity is at the forefront of his current artistic practice. read more


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John Grande

John Grande's (1969) work is set apart by the unexpected — yet it speaks to everybody: “It’s about the people, about us, the human race” (John Grande). Each line of work, each piece is unique, constructing and deconstructing popular and contemporary culture derived from today’s multi-media world. read more


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Robert Mars

Robert Mars (1969) is a contemporary American artist known for his Futurelic Popforms celebrating icons of the Golden Era of the 1950s and 1960s. Before committing to being a full-time artist, Mars started out as a graphic designer in New York City and then design director for fashion brands. Mars’ artwork is exhibited worldwide including in museum collections. read more


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Shay Kun

Shay Kun (1974) was born in Tel Aviv, Israel, to Hungarian parents that survived the Holocaust, Ze'ev and Heddy Kun, both artists. Kun's first solo exhibition has been in Tel Aviv at age 18. He later studied at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem and received his masters at Goldsmiths University of London. Since then, he has been living and working in New York City. read more


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Samir Sammoun

Samir Sammoun (1952) a Canadian-Lebanese, multi-talented artist as well as a respected telecommunications engineer. Samir specialises in oils on jute and linen canvas, applying heavy impasto to give his artworks texture and placing his audience in the world he creates.


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Elham Moaidnia

Elham Moaidnia (1976) is an Australian-Iranian Contemporary Artist living in Dubai, UAE, that graduated with a BA in Painting from Faculty Arts & Architecture of Azad in 2002. A passionate artist by nature that lives by a strong work ethic that reminds us all that persistent effort is required to build towards the future. read more


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Pedro Fonseca

Pedro Fonseca (1976) defines his style as a mix of post-modernism with pop art, influenced by Jackson Pollock. He defines his skills as self-taught, with an intuitive understanding of abstract techniques and mixed media. Fonsek focuses on iconographic people who have left a positive impact on humanity. read more


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Sergey Piskunov

Sergey Piskunov (1989) is an established Ukrainian artist that describes his artwork as a burst of emotion, forcing the artist to turn his soul inside-out and leave it on canvas. Sergey dedicates himself to hyperrealism, a style that posses its own charm and character that reflects the inner-state of its creator. read more


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Robert Hoffmann

Robert Hoffmann (1982) is well-known for his complex, multi-layered artwork. His art is often composed of: photos, tapes, corrugated newspapers, placards and other materials from the fascinating world of communication. His style is the combination of techniques such as (dé)-collage and assemblage. read more


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Metin Salih

Metin Salih (1962) is an international artist and bold painter that continuously strives to evolve his style as a contemporary artist that uses a truly unique color palette. His illustration-based background is reflected in the hyper-real nature of his artworks. read more


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Lukas Avalon

Monégasque artist Lukas Avalon (1990) is turning the origins of street art on its head by bringing it onto the canvas. He meets the challenge of removing street art from its urban environment, while maintaining the socially relevant themes paramount to the art form, and ultimately elevates and emphasizes the talents possessed by street artists. read more


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Fernando Gaspar

Fernando Gaspar (1969) is a self-taught visual artist, he started his career through the practice of drawing and watercolor. Entirely devoted to the activity since 1986, exploring and adopting other media, materials and techniques, the plasticity of his work has evolved towards a growingly reflective and contemporary approach. read more


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Frank Schroeder

Frank Schroeder (1961) comes from a rich background, a unique ethnicity spanning across continents through his French mother and West African father. Having lived in Africa for several years and after a tumultuous childhood as well as the first Ivorian Civil War in Ivory Coast, it didn’t take long for him to become a reputable, award-winning artist. read more


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Abdellah Boukil

At the heart of self-taught artist Abdellah Boukil’s (1962) bright, richly colored paintings and sculptures is an ancient element that defines his native Moroccan landscape and symbolizes his relationship to himself and the world: sand. read more


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Adam Martinakis

Adam Martinakis (1972) was born in Lubań, Poland. He studied Interior Architecture, Decorative Arts and Industrial Design in Athens. Since the year 2000, he has been working and experimenting on computer-generated visual media. read more


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Seung Yoon Choi

Seung Yoon Choi (1984) has studied Fine Art at Seoul national university of science and technology. He works are based on the point of view that the world is full of paradox. There is always a need for the existence of opposing forces. read more