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Christo Anto Francis
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • At the Fair
Digital Artwork on Canvas
40" x 32" 

    At the Fair

    Digital Artwork on Canvas
    40" x 32"
  • I Don't Think So
Digital Artwork on Canvas
32" x 40" 

    I Don't Think So

    Digital Artwork on Canvas
    32" x 40"
  • In the Breeze
Digital Painting on Aluminum
28" x 42" 

    In the Breeze

    Digital Painting on Aluminum
    28" x 42"
  • Lucky You
Digital Art and Acrylic on Canvas
32" x 40" 

    Lucky You

    Digital Art and Acrylic on Canvas
    32" x 40"
  • Moving Slow
Digital Painting on Aluminum
30" x 46" 

    Moving Slow

    Digital Painting on Aluminum
    30" x 46"
  • The Nun
Digital Painting on Canvas
40" x 32" 

    The Nun

    Digital Painting on Canvas
    40" x 32"
  • Untitled
Digital Painting on Aluminum
32" x 26" 

    Untitled

    Digital Painting on Aluminum
    32" x 26"
  • Winter
Digital Painting on Aluminum
28" x 42" 

    Winter

    Digital Painting on Aluminum
    28" x 42"
  • Woman at the Train Station
Digital Painting on Aluminum
28" x 42" 

    Woman at the Train Station

    Digital Painting on Aluminum
    28" x 42"
  • Jenny
Digital Painting on Aluminum
24" x 38" 

    Jenny

    Digital Painting on Aluminum
    24" x 38"
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Christo Anto Francis

CHRISTO ANTO FRANCIS

Digitally Represented Artist


Originally from Kerala, South India, Christo Anto Francis is a contemporary artist living and working in Mississauga, Canada. While his background is in illustration, he has always been drawn to academic painting, and has dedicated himself to learning the art and creating contemporary paintings. He works mostly with portraiture and landscape paintings and describes his style as “contemporary realism.” In his own words, “I hope to show subtle nuances in portraiture,” drawing inspiration from historic and contemporary art, to depict the people and places that inspire him.

His work strives to capture the complexity of his subjects, whether human or landscape, and draw out the deeper humanity in a given moment. His portraits are often playful and cheeky, as he often finds humor and joy often to be the most interesting parts of humanity. Experimentation is a vital part of his thought process and in the execution of most of his pieces. He meticulously manipulates the colors and shapes he is using in each painting, using brushwork, adding textures, and profusely molding the outcome of each piece. He paints both digitally and traditionally, which allows him certain freedom with the outcome of each piece.