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The Marquis's early career in painting was a whirlwind of trials and tribulations in experimenting with many styles and techniques. With a deep love for surrealism, he began painting in the style of master surrealist, Salvador Dali. Since then, in his maturation in painting, he's developed techniques by studying art by the likes of American artists such as Andrew Wyeth and Winslow Homer, which you can see in his 2010 painting, "Pulling in the Dory." In his latest, and most successful endeavor, with international success, he concentrates in a modern-contemporary, cubist style. Often depicting ideas and styles by cubist painter, Pablo Picasso, and superstar-contemporary artist, George Condo.