Tom X. grew up in a house where
art and culture were fostered. From his earliest years he was exposed
to theatre and music.
Drawn to cubism early in his career,
it remained a strong influence. The fragmented components that made
up his early cubist figures are charged with energy and thrust, the
same intensity that fills his more recent canvases. Irony exudes from
the occasionally distorted version of Pieter Brueghel's 15th century
Dutch peasants or a bestial interpretation of da Vinci's "Mona Lisa."
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