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- 03/01/12--07:17: Henriette Wyeth (1907-1997)
- 03/01/12--08:13: Art & Mood & Seasons by Gary Bukovnik
- 03/03/12--05:35: Théophile Alexandre Steinlen (1859-1923 Swiss)
- 03/03/12--10:00: Jeff De Boer
- 03/06/12--01:43: Art & Mood:Awakening of Flora by Gary Bukovnik (p2)
- 03/06/12--03:05: History of Art:Théodore Roussel (1847-1926)
- 03/06/12--03:58: Charles Rennie Mackintosh (6)
- 03/10/12--02:22: Art & Mood & Seasons by Alson Skinner Clark
- 03/10/12--03:18: History of Art:Alson Skinner Clark (1876-1949)-p1
- 03/10/12--05:00: Alson Skinner Clark (1876-1949)-p2
- 03/10/12--06:18: Alson Skinner Clark (1876-1949)-p3
- 03/17/12--07:01: Botanical paintings by Henry George Moon (p.1-Orchids)
- 03/17/12--09:26: Flora and Sylva-prints by H.Moon (p.1)
Apotheosis of the Rose,1928;Flowers.Italy,1931
Tree of my life, 1919;Dance of Spring (Song of the Birds), 1924
The Birth of Venus, 1925
Leda and the Swan (The Myth of Leda), 1922
Serenade, A Christmas Fantasy (La Fontaine)
*часть 1 с апдейтом
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Приятных всем выходных и отличного настроения!
Oleanders in the Patio of the Sorolla House,1918
Garden of the Sorolla House,1920
Detail of the Garden of the Sorolla House,1916
Garden of the Sorolla House,1919
Garden of the Sorolla House
The Yellow Rosebush of the Sorolla House,1920
Wallflowers in the Garden of the Sololla House,1918
*на комментарии отвечу чуть позже
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The Garden Bench,1916
The Circular Bed in the Hedge- Garden with a Woman Watering flowers,1925
Flower Terrace in the Wannsee Garden, Facing East,1924
The Flower Terrace in the Wannsee Garden, Facing Northwest,1923
*апдейт поста номер 2:добавила архивные фотографии
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Ferdinand du Puigaudeau-Table with Yellow Bouquet
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Portrait of Mme Demolderlder,1902
Woman with Red Necklace,1907
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Wyeth Family Artists:
*As an artist, Wyeth always lived in the shadows of her
more famous father, brother and husband.
Wife of Peter Hurd.
Daughter of N.C. Wyeth.
Sister of Andrew Wyeth.
Aunt of Jamie Wyeth.
Museum of New Mexico
Henriette Wyeth with her painting, "Adolescence," in 1928.
Cyclamen and Santos
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Мартовские коты и весенние букеты от Гари Буковник (ч.1)
*цветочки и для тех,чьи дни рождения пропустила...
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Théophile Alexandre Steinlen & Cats
Chat au Clair de Lune, c. 1900
Théophile Alexandre Steinlen (Wiki)
Постеры,скульптуры и неск.тематических репродукций см здесь (архив ЖЖ)
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Cats & Mice Armors by ©Jeff De Boer
Persian cat and Crusader mouse, 2011, steel, nickel, brass, mixed media
Jeff de Boer Sculpture-Facebook
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Гари Буковник-часть 1 (Gary Bukovnik-part 1)
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1847-1926 -Tate Collection
L'Agonie des fleurs (etchings) by Théodore Roussel
(еще прекрасного из серии "Умирающие цветы")
© Trustees of the British Museum
L'Agonie des fleurs (colour version)
Etching, aquatint and soft-ground,1911-12
Roussel was a pioneer in colour printmaking techniques. He was elected president of the newly founded ‘Society of Graver – Printers in Colour’ in 1909. He held the position until his death and exhibited his work with them regularly.
Roussel’s medium was the last phase of the artist’s printmaking in colour. It was an entirely new process of printing in water - colour, opposed to oils. The water based ink comprised pigment and rice powder. He was searching for ‘a means of printing which would enable him to do away with the crushing affect of the press, and with the yellow quality in printing oil, so as to get the greatest purity in blue tones and a quality of depth combined with a delicacy of tone’. The impressions were printed from textile plates, made from a series of master cuttings in paper, and partially applied through paper stencils. This was all done by hand without the use of a printing press or metal plates. Hausberg records only ten subjects.
Theodore Roussel has invented an altogether new process for producing colour prints, a process in which no metal plates are used, but their place taken by a series of textile surfaces which receive the colours and transfer them to paper...(подробнее здесь,по линку)© Gerrish Fine Art
'The Steamer', Gouache Print, 1922.-from Gerrish Fine Art
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh (продолжение)
Crab Apple, Chiddingstone,1910
Alder Catkins, Walberswick,11914
Berberis, Walberswick ,1915
Great Mullein, Walberswick,1915
Purple Mallows, Holy Island
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Alson Skinner Clark (1876 - 1949)
In the Garden,1910
*подробнее о художнике в след.постах...
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Alson Skinner Clark (1876-1949)
California Impressionist Painter
Part 1: 1900-1906
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"Alson Skinner Clark experienced three succinct phases in his career: as a well-known cosmopolitan painter associated with prominent dealers such as William Macbeth in New York and William O’Brien in Chicago, as an artist who witnessed and recorded the building of the Panama Canal in 1915, and as a muralist recovering from World War I in the warm climate of Southern California. “Nevertheless, throughout his prolific and extensive career, Clark always maintained his devotion to Impressionism – to painting en plein air – never abandoning his commitment to his work or his vision” (c)Deborah Epstein Solon, An American Impressionist: The Art and Life of Alson Skinner Clark ( Manchester, VT: Hudson Hills, 2005), 15.
California Impressionist Painter
Alson Skinner Clark, a noted painter of vivid California landscapes, was born in Chicago. At the exceptionally young age of fourteen, he moved to New York where he enrolled at the Art Students League. Stifled by the highly disciplined course of study, he abandoned the League with a group of fellow students under the leadership of William Merritt Chase, who subsequently founded the Chase School of Art. As a student at the school, Clark was greatly influenced by Chase's masterful sense of composition, brushwork and color, and he incorporated it into his own distinctive style. At Chase's suggestion, Clark traveled to Paris in 1899, where he studied at the Académie Julian, and briefly under James A. McNeill Whistler, the well-known American expatriate painter.
Landscape near Le Pouldu, France,1900
Val de Grace Paris
In the spring of 1901, Clark's conservative, dark picture The Violinist was accepted at the Paris Salon, bringing him his first official commendation.
With this recognition in hand, Alson Skinner Clark returned to the United States in 1902, establishing his studio in Watertown, New York. Here he began to paint winter scenes of the surrounding countryside, a theme which he would come back to later in his career. His return to the United States was marked, in 1902, by a highly successful exhibition at the Anderson Gallery in Chicago, where nearly all of his forty-six European works on display were sold within a two-week period.
Mansion of Leroy de Chaumont near Watertown, New York,1902
The Black Race,1902
In the Fog,1903
From Our Window, Paris,1903
The Artist's Kitchen, Paris,1903
A Breton Household,1903
The Forest of Masts,1904
Carson Pirie Scott Department Store,1905
Interior of our Apartment, 6 rue Victor Considerant,1905
Another important Chicago show followed in 1905, this time composed mostly of Chicago cityscapes. Clark's The Coffee House won the Cahn Prize at the Art Institute and entered its permanent collection the same year. Among the many visitors to the show was Chase, who paid his former pupil the ultimate compliment of purchasing The Bridge builders for his own collection.
The Bridge Builders,1904
Winter Industrial Landscape on the Chicago River,1906
Pushing Through the Ice,1906
State Street Bridge Along the Chicago River,1906
The Coffee House,1906
Pursuing his interest in winter scenes, Clark traveled to Quebec in the fall of 1906. Equipped with snowshoes and a charcoal burner built into a palette to keep his paintings from freezing, he ventured outdoors to capture the magical effects of northern light.
Grey and Gold,1906
Toboggan Slide and Dufferin Terrace,1906
Winter in Quebec,1907
Other trips in search of exotic painting sites followed.
Alson Skinner Clark-more artworks
*to be continued-продолжение следует...
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Alson Skinner Clark (1876-1949)
In 1909 Clark journeyed to Spain; in 1912, Prague; and in 1913, Dalmatia and Panama, where he executed The Digging of the Panama Canal, which was exhibited at the 1914 Paris Salon.
The Rising Sun, Malaga,1909
Plaza of the Puerta del Sol, Madrid,1909
An Autumn Afternoon, Giverny,1911
Rue St. Jacques,1912
Over the City, Prague,1912
Snow over Prague,1912
Charles Bridge, Prague,1912
In the Lock,1913
Work at Miraflores,1913
Big Cranes at Miraflores,1913-14
In the Lock, Miraflores,1914
First Dredges through the Gatun Locks,1914
Street Scene Panama
*to be continued-продолжение следует...
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Alson Skinner Clark
Medora -the artist's wife
Reverie,1920 (also known as Medora on the Terrace)
Portrait of the woman-Medora
Portrait of Mrs. Frieseke;To Sally, Portrait of a Young Woman
At the St. Lawrence,1916
Viola and Major,1919
The necklaces,1905;The green parasol,1906
Ann Seated In Front Of A Pink Backdrop -(Eleanor Anne Chandler Hugens)
Ann in the Dressing Room,1947
to be continued...
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Henry George Moon (18 February 1857 Barnet, Hertfordshire - 6 October 1905 St Albans, Hertfordshire), was an English landscape and botanical painter, noted for his orchid paintings illustrating Reichenbachia, a monthly publication named in honour of Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach of Hamburg, the great orchidologist.
NB:В 1886 году Генрих Зандер (англ. Henry Frederick Conrad Sander, нем. Heinrich Friedrich Conrad Sander) привлёк художника Генри Муна (англ. Henry Moon) (1857—1905) к работе по созданию ботанических иллюстраций орхидей с описаниями Райхенбаха. В 1888—1894 годах были созданы 192 листа. Мун рисовал орхидеи с натуры, пользуясь коллекцией Зандера, потом переводил рисунок в гравюру, печатал оттиски, затем каждый гравюрный оттиск раскрашивался акварелью от руки. По мере их создания они печатались в течение 6 лет ежемесячно. Это издание сейчас известно как Reichenbachia и является самым богатым когда-либо созданным справочным источником по орхидеям.
From the -Dictionary Listing of Orchidologists
He was born on 18 February 1857, at Barnet , England.He was the eldest son of Henry Moon, a parliamentay agent of Westminster. Until the death of the father in 1866, the son's school days were spent at Dr. Bell's ,at Barnet . Even as a young lad he revealed a love of art. After his Barnet schooling he was for some years a student at the Birkbeck and St. Martin's Schools of art, where his talent and skill won him numerous prizes.
In 1878 Moon went to the law offices of Messrs.Cole and Jackson , solicitors of Exeter Street,where he worked as a clerk with a view to the profession of barrister . Law , however , could not hold his interest over art, and in 1880 he jointed the art department of The Garden , a popular horticultural publication. From that time on most of the colored plates illustrated in the magazine, including many orchids, were painted by him, and in later years he performed similar services for The English Flower Garden, Wild Garden , and Flora and Sylva . Through the encouragement of Mr. William Robinson, who had been influential in obtaining for Moon the position on the staff of The Garden, he went to his friend's beautiful gardens and woods at Gravetye Manor where he developed an intense love for the English landscape and conveyed his impressions to canvas .Much of his spare time was spent in the further study of landscape paining, often in the company of Mr. W.E. Norton, an American painter to whom attributed much of his own success in art.more here...
Paphs (Cyps) x Harrisonianum & glaucophyllum + Phrag caudatum
Dracula (Masda) chimaera et al
Cattleya Dowiana aurea
Laelia Cattleya Parthenena
Cattleya Aclandiae;Zygopetalum Gautieri
Cattleya Percivaliana (18th Jun 1885)
Paphs (Cyps) bellatulum & concolor
Cypripedium Niobe (23rd May 1891)
Cypripedium acaule & pubescens (29th Oct. 1892)
Oncidium spledidum (5th June 1887)
Disa grandiflora var Superba & Barbelli (18th Feb. 1882)
Vanda teres (24th Sept 1892)
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William Robinson: Flora & Sylva ,1903.London
Illustrator Henry George Moon (1857-1905)
Colchicum Giganteum, C. Sibthorpii;Anemone Cernua
Crocus Tauri Melanthorus, Chrysanthus Pallidus
Iris Sindjar Persica, I. Purpureo Persica
Narcissi: Lord Kitchener, Dewdrop, The Fawn, Sunbeam
Achillea Lingulata var. Buglossis;Eupatorium Ianthinum
Tridax Gaillardioides;Jasminum Primulinum
Meconopsis Integrifolia;Inula Roylei
Paeonia Lutea;Calochortus Clavatus, C. Nitidus
Calceolaria Plantaginea;Coriaria Terminalis
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