Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Anton Faistauer


Maishofen mit Schloss Saalhof, Öl auf Leinwand, 1916

Anton Faistauer (14 February 1887, in Sankt Martin bei Lofer (Salzburg) – 13 February 1930, in Vienna) was an Austrian painter.

Georgia O’Keeffe, Purple Leaves


Music, Pink and Blue No. 2, 1918


Plums (1920)

Purple Leaves (1922)


The Beyond



Red Canna, c. 1923, oil on canvas


Gray Line with Black, Blue and Yellow, c. 1923


From the Lake No. 1 (1924)


Lake George Autumn, 1927





Taos, New Mexico, 1931



Dead Cottonwood Tree, 1943



Abstraction, 1946 bronze

"I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say in any other way— things that I had no words for."
Georgia, in the exhibition announcement, January 1923
Georgia Totto O'Keeffe (November 15, 1887 – March 6, 1986) was an American artist. Born near Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, O'Keeffe first came to the attention of the New York art community in 1916. She made large-format paintings of enlarged blossoms, presenting them close up as if seen through a magnifying lens, and New York buildings, most of which date from the same decade. Beginning in 1929, when she began working part of the year in Northern New Mexico—which she made her permanent home in 1949—O’Keeffe depicted subjects specific to that area. O'Keeffe has been recognized as the Mother of American Modernism.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia_O'Keeffe

Alfred Stieglitz - Georgia O’Keefe, 1927

William Kocher (2)


Tell Township

Great Cranberry Island 2012

Seymour Fogel


Seymour Fogel, Pagan Forms (c.1950)


Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Self-Portaits

David Amnon - Self-portrait in Foreshortening - Tel Aviv, Israel


Stanley Spencer  (English 1891 – 1959),
Self-portrait, 1936. Oil on canvas, 274.3 x 548.6 cm.


Lazar Meyer (1847-1882) - Self portrait (1868), oil on canvas, 20,6 x 18,4 cm.


Vincent van Gogh - Self-Portrait, Saint-Rémy (September 1889) Musée d’Orsay, Paris



Vincent Van Gogh - Self-Portrait, 1887



Giorgio de Chirico, Self Portrait (1911)


Giorgio de Chirico, Double Portrait in Frame (1955)


Lovis Corinth - Self Portrait as Standard Bearer, 1911

Norman Engel



Nude at mirror (1990)



Modern Geometry, 2004


December 2006



Island Music, 2009



Mexican maiden 2009


Texas Flag (2009)


Red moon rise, 2012


The red satellite, 2012


Figure, 2013


Red round rhythm 2013

What I like about you (2013)

Norma Mascellani

Norma Mascellani (Bologna,  1909 – 2009)






Ken Elliott


SOFT BLUE PROGRESSIONS


GOLDEN MOMENT AGAINST THE REDS



Arthur B. Carles

Arthur Beecher Carles (American, 1882–1952)


1907


Notre Dame, circa 1907


Moonlight, circa 1908


The Church - 1908-1910


Moonrise  - 1908-1912

 
French Landscape  - circa 1910-1912


Landscape - Chateau Series  - circa 1910


Clouds over Marsh, circa 1911


Chamonix  - circa 1912


Landscape, Stormy Sky  - circa 1912


Portrait of Katharine Rhoades, c.1912. Oil on canvas, 25.1 x 24 in


Church Spire (Ellsworth, No. 21) 1918-1922


Somewhere in France (also known as Voulangis) circa 1921


Landscape, 1921


White Callas, 1925-1927


Nude with Red Hair

Arthur Beecher Carles (March 9, 1882–1952) was an American Modernist painter.
He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts between 1900 and 1907. He studied with Thomas Pollock Anshutz, Hugh Breckenridge, Henry McCarter, Cecilia Beaux, and William Merritt Chase. In 1907 he traveled to France where he remained until 1910. In France, he greatly admired the works of Cézanne and Matisse, and became close friends with John Marin and Eduard Steichen. He displayed six landscapes in the Salon d'Automne of 1908.
In March 1910 his work was included in the “Younger American Painters” show held at Alfred Stieglitz’s New York gallery, 291. Stieglitz gave Carles his first one-man show at 291 in January 1912.
He returned to France from June to October 1912 and exhibited at the 1912 Salon d'Automne. After his return to America he exhibited at the Armory Show of 1913. He taught at the Pennsylvania Academy in Philadelphia from 1917 to 1925 and taught privately afterwards. His later years were marked by bouts of alcoholism. In December 1941 he suffered a stroke that left him an invalid until his death in 1952. His daughter Mercedes Matter, also an artist and the founder of the New York Studio School, was married to photographer and designer Herbert Matter.