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David Yang

Ever since his childhood, David Yang has been drawing, but it wasn’t until he was in college that he realized he wanted to pursue painting as a career. Yang became particularly interested in portraiture when he was earning his Master’s degree at Boston, Massachusetts’ Northeastern University. The University is right near the Museum of Fine Art in Boston, so he visited it frequently. It was here that Yang began to uncover his passion for the great masters of portraiture, including John Singer Sargent, Renoir, Van Gogh, and Degas. Sometimes he would spend hours at a time studying a single painting.

Although the styles of these masters may differ, Yang’s style displays evidence of the great influence they all had on his style. With a mixture of realism and impressionism, Yang’s portraits reveal the essence and personality of his subjects, as well as their – and his own – passion and love for life. As he continues to paint on his own or by commission, Yang attempts to achieve his life-long goal – “to create more beautiful, elegant artworks that can be cherished and loved for generations,” just like the paintings he spent hours gazing at in the Museum of Fine Art.