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- 03/30/13--09:50: George Henry (1858–1943)-p.7
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- 03/30/13--11:30: Art & Mood
- 04/01/13--05:29: Jacques-Emile Blanche (French, 1861 - 1942) -p.6
- 04/01/13--05:43: Jacques-Emile Blanche (French, 1861 - 1942) -p.7
- 04/01/13--07:58: Jacques-Emile Blanche (French, 1861 - 1942) -p.8
- 04/01/13--08:52: Art Links:Margriet Smulders
- 04/06/13--01:02: Art Links:Monique Nouwen (Dutch)
- 04/06/13--01:44: Art Links:Willie Berkers (Dutch,b.1950)
- 04/06/13--02:28: Willie Berkers (Dutch,b.1950)-p.2
- 04/06/13--03:01: Art Links:DAVID LACHAPELLE (b.1950)
- 04/17/13--02:26: Juan Gatti:The Natural Sciences
- 04/17/13--03:05: Rikard Osterlund
- 04/17/13--05:09: Hyacinthe Rigaud ( 1659-1743)
- 04/19/13--03:24: Huang Yongyu (b.1924)
- 04/19/13--04:40: Birds & Flowers by Huang Yongyu (b.1924)
- 04/19/13--06:52: Art & Mood:Huang Yongyu (b.1924)
- 04/19/13--07:53: Huang Yongyu (b.1924):Lotus
- 04/19/13--08:06: Huang Yongyu (b.1924)-p.5
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In a Tokyo Garden
Perth & Kinross Council
The Geisha Girl
South Ayrshire Council
Из архива ЖЖ:
Geisha Girl;Japanese Lady with a Fan
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River Landscape by Moonlight,1887
Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow
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Wilhelm von Kaulbach (German Painter, ca.1804-1874)
Schmetterlinge,c. 1860,oil on canvas
для Наташи:ФБ страничка
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Still life of flowers in a blue vase
Still Life with Red Roses
Nature morte aux pivoines blanches et roses
Bouquet de fleurs sur une table
Still Life with Day lilies in a Lattice-Work Bowl
Bouquet aux mille couleurs,1924
Vase de roses
Still life of flowers;Still life of flowers in a pottery vase
Bouquet de fleurs aux hortensias
Bunch of Tulips and a Screen
The Chinese Pot, Manet's Studio
Chrysanthemums in a Vase
Still life with fish, 1894
Fish on a Silver Plate,1908
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Interior with flowers and tea set
Le Bouquet de fleurs à l'encrier
Le salon jaune à Offranville ,1925
Nature morte avec couteau
Chez Sir William Eden,1906
Atelier rue des Fontis in Auteuil, Paris
The artist's salon at Auteuil
Le Divan en chintz 1908
© ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2010
Vierges et reliquaires
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"My articles, my studies, my books are, like my painted work,only the paragraphs or pages of a little history of my time."(c)Jacques-Emile Blanche
Bourg-en-Bresse ; Musée de Brou
Jacques-Emile Blanche's Self-Portrait with Raphael de Ochoa,1890
Portrait of Jacques-Emile Blanche by John Singer Sargent,1896
J.E. Blanche à son jeune ami Proust ,1892
Portrait of Marcel Proust,1892-Musée d'Orsay
Portrait de Marcel Proust,1897,Genève, musée du Petit Palais
Portrait of Degas,1903
Jules Taschereau, Edgar Degas and Jacques-Emile Blanche, December 1895 (gelatin silver print), Degas, Edgar (1834-1917) / Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, USA / The Bridgeman Art Library
Jules Taschereau, Edgar Degas and Jacques-Emile Blanche,1888-89
Jacques-Emile Blanche c.1910 by Walter Richard Sickert (1860‑1942)
Walter Richard Sickert by Jacques-Emile Blanche ,1898
National Portrait Gallery, London
Walter Richard Sickert by Jacques-Emile Blanche,1935
Manchester City Galleries
Aubrey Beardsley ,1895, National Portrait Gallery, London
Charles Shannon and Charles Ricketts 1904
NGA-Jacques-Emile Blanche painted portraits of many artists and writers, including this portrait, Charles Shannon and Charles Ricketts. Lifelong friends and partners Ricketts and Shannon shared a collection of art and antiquities. Blanche wrote: ‘Their flat was filled with exquisite things; Persian miniatures, Tangara figures, Egyptian antiques, jewels, and medals, which millionaires had overlooked.’ Oscar Wilde was a frequent visitor to their house, remarking that it was ‘the one house in London where you will never be bored.’ (Blanche, 1937)
Étude pour le portrait en pied de Jean Cocteau 1912 - Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen
Study for a Full Length Portrait of Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) at Offranville, 1912
Study for a Portrait of Jean Cocteau 1912
Portrait of Jean Cocteau
Portrait of Andre Gide (1869-1951) 1912,Musee des Beaux-Arts, Rouen, France
Study for a Portrait of Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971),1913-Musee des Beaux-Arts, Rouen, France
Portrait of Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971) 1915, Musee d'Orsay, Paris, France
Claude Achille Debussy (1862-1918) at his Piano by Blanche, Jacques-Emile (1861-1942);
Private Collection; French
Portrait of Claude Debussy, Musee d'Art et d'Histoire, Saint-Germain-en-Laye
Tamara Karsavina dancing in L'Oiseau de Feu ballet by Igor Stravinsky ((1882-1971)),1910
Photo © Christie's Images
Vaslav Nijinsky in Danse Orientale, 1910
Photo © Christie's Images
Blanche in his studio painting Marie de Regnier (daughter of José-Maria de Heredia)
Marie de Heredia, née Marie-Louise-Antoinette de Régnier, dite Gérard d'Houville, (1875-1963) posant pour son portrait dans l'atelier de Jacques-Émile Blanche,1893
Jacques-Emile Blanche by Man Ray
Centre Georges Pompidou
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Art photographer Margriet Smulders (Dutch,b.1955,Bussum)
Endless garlands of flowers -Biography
Margriet Smulders is best known for her self-portraits and photographs of her family. Her constructed portraits of domestic life were included in the exhibition "Who's looking at the Family? at the Barbican Art Gallery, London in 1994 . Like Sally Mann she featured her own family in this series. She specializes in portrait photography, mostly portraying family portraits and working people proud in heir work and their relationships. She currently lives and works in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Like the works of other contemporary Dutch photographers, such as Rineke Dijkstra, Desiree Dolron, and Carla van den Puttelaar her works show influences of Dutch Golden Age painting in their composition, use of light and color, and rendering of textures and surfaces.
To achieve her photographic effects, she utilizes film rather than digital photography. Most of her works are titled mythological figures or dedicated to inspirational painters, enhancing the effect of alienation, while retaining a strong element of eroticism.
Since 1999 when she saw an exhibition on voluptuous Dutch floral still-lives of the seventeenth century at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam she has worked on an ongoing series of floral still life photographs. Her photographs of flowers are highly ambivalent. Inspired by the classical arrangements of the seventeenth century still lifes Margriet Smulders arranges theaters of flowers on big mirrors, using silk and inks which comment on beauty and decay. The flowers float and appear to be on the edge of disintegration.
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David LaChapelle is known internationally for his exceptional talent in combining a unique hyper-realistic aesthetic with profound social messages.
LaChapelle’s photography career began in the 1980’s when he began showing his artwork in New York City galleries. His work caught the eye of Andy Warhol, who offered him his first job as a photographer at Interview Magazine. His photographs of celebrities in Interview garnered positive attention, and before long he was shooting for a variety of top editorial publications and creating some of the most memorable advertising campaigns of his generation. read more...
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EXHIBITION- Ciencias Naturales
Juan Gatti in his Madrid studio
photo by Bernardo Perez , courtesy el pais
"Juan Gatti was born in Buenos Aires in 1950. After graduating in Visual Arts in Buenos Aires, he worked there as a graphic designer and art director until 1978 when he moved to work and live in New York for a year.
In 1980 he settled in Madrid where he worked as art director for the music label CBS Spain until 1985. In 1985 he opened his own studio and began to work as a graphic designer, art director and photographer for brands such as Sybilla, Martine Sitbon, Chloe, Karl Lagerfeld, Jesus del Pozo, Loewe, Zara and Elena Benarroch.
From 1988 he started graphic design projects on films by Pedro Almodovar. He also worked with other film directors like John Malkovich. In 1995 he managed the graphic design for Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's 'Celluloid Closet' cinema documentary and in 1996 he designed the billboard poster for New York's 34th Film Festival. During the period between 1989 and 1990, he was also in charge of Italian Vogue's creative direction and in 1992 he collaborated on French Glamour's visual identity.
He has collaborated regularly with Visionnaire and with other Conde Nast publications (Vanity Fair, Vogue, GQ) as well as others like Elle USA, Interview and Newsweek.
In 1996 he designed the album and directed the video-clip of The Negresses Vertes 'Mambo Show'.
He has also collaborated with the prestigious publisher Schirmer/Mosel, for which he has designed various books of Peter Lindbergh's works. Alongside this work he has designed many photo exhibitions, including exhibitions of Peter Lindbergh's photos in Tokyo, Berlin and Hamburg.
In 2002 he managed the art direction for the Pirelli Calendar.
The very same year, American Premiere elected his 'Habla con ella' poster best cinema poster of 2002.
In 2004 he was awarded the Spanish National Design Prize.
Juan Gatti's longstanding collaboration with Almodovar has enabled the development of an intense artistic complicity between art director and film director, to the extent that Juan Gatti's artworks directly influence the outcome and aesthetics of Almodovar's films.
Juan Gatti has recently completed a new book on Spanish Fashion and is currently working on campaigns and portfolios for different magazines, as well as on an exhaustive book on Pedro Almodovar." (c) Michele Filomeno
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"Flowers" by ©Rikard Osterlund
The 'Flowers' series is a contemporary rephrasing of the vanitas flower piece, inspired by the Dutch flower painters of the late 17th Century. The flower arrangements here are made up entirely of artificial flowers, silk and plastic, alongside toy flies, snakes and other reptiles. Every detail of the photographs is intended to mimic that which it is not; not natural, not the original, not a painting, not in a great British art museum. The plastic flowers become a symbol of our contemporary excesses, and willingness to replace the real with an easy-to-care-for copy.
"Bronze position in the Series category went to Rikard Osterlund for his series "Flowers", which is a contemporary rephrasing of the vanitas flower piece and was inspired by the Dutch flower painters of the late 17th Century."(c)... read more
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Autoportrait dit au turban de Hyacinthe Rigaud,1698
Musée Hyacinthe Rigaud, Perpignan
Etude de fleurs, 1720
Musee des Beaux-Arts, Dijon
Etude de fleurs
Répertoire d'études ca.1713
Rouen,Musée des beaux-arts
Studies Of Spaniels And Whippets, And A Study Of A White Headdress
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part 2-birds and flowers
China Guardian Auctions
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Still Life with Two Roses
My golden yesterdays
Goddess of Night
Songs of the Night
Still Life - Queen of the Dawn
When Evening Comes
Ever Enchanting Peace
Symphony of Life
Hymn of Peace
Lost Illusions, 1930s
Still life with roses
Hovsep Pushman (1877 - 1966): The Armenian Spirit
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