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  • 12/24/13--01:46: Art & Mood
  • Maria Sybilla Merian (1647-1717)
    Still life with flowers.
    Gouache and watercolour on vellum
    Bukowskis Auctions



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    С днем рождения,дорогая моя Люба!!!

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  • 12/24/13--02:21: Art & Mood:Raoul Dufy
  • Anemones,1942



    Le Grand Canal À Venise



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    Indian cress in chinese jar



    Roses in a silver vase



    Still life with yellow roses and chinese porcelain



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    Stilleben med cyklamen




    Stilleben med blommor



    Roses



    Birthday flowers



    Stilleben



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    Isaac Grünewald (1889-1946) -
    Isaac Grünewald (2 September 1889 - 22 May 1946) was a Swedish-Jewish expressionist painter born in Stockholm. He was the leading and central name in the first generation of Swedish modernists from 1910 up until his death in 1946, in other words during almost his entire career spanning four decades. He was a highly productive painter as well as a writer and public speaker.(Wiki)

    О художнике-на русск.яз.

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    At Sunrise
    gouache, colored pencils and graphite on board



    Winter Moonlit Night
    gouache with traces of pencil on board




    Cedars at Twilight
    watercolor on board




    Snow Covered Landscape
    gouache on paper





    Lingering Leaves
    watercolor and gouache on board




    Winter Woods
    mixed media on board



    The Forest in Winter
    mixed media on board



    *Sotheby’s

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    Спасибо всем,кто беспокоился!
    Последние полгода полет нормальный,с картинками появляюсь пока только в ФБ
    https://www.facebook.com/elina.bell
    https://www.facebook.com/seekingbeautygallery

    надеюсь,к концу месяца возобновлю постинги и в ЖЖ.
    Желаю всем отличных выходных и незабываемого лета!!!

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    John Rawlings -Roses in Silver Bowl 1952




    PS:новые альбомы ФБ ,кроме Пикасы:
    https://www.facebook.com/elina.bell/photos_albums

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  • 07/05/14--04:05: Art & Mood
  • Margaret Olrog Stoddart (1865 - 1934)
    Roses,1920s,watercolour
    from:Important, Early & Rare New Zealand Art by International Art Centre



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  • 07/05/14--05:19: Art & Mood
  • Для Фанечки aka phania


    Grace Joel (1865 - 1924)New Zealander/British
    Roses,circa 1895



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    Начну понемногу выкладывать линки на альбомы в ФБ
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    ROWLAND SUDDABY ( British,1912-1972)

    Flower Piece,1940



    далее здесь:
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10204087168561608.1073741878.1296665197&type=1&l=42b38d6dd5

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    L'hortensia
    Impressionist/Modern Day Sale by Christie's,2009



    далее здесь:

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10201341646285267.1073741831.1296665197&type=1&l=fba6a1d336

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    Jean-Gabriel Domergue
    A l'Ombre d'une Jeune Fille en Fleur 1922



    далее здесь:
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10201341463280692.1073741830.1296665197&type=1&l=0bd82273eb

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    Alexej Georgewitsch von Jawlensky
    Russian-born German Expressionist Painter, 1864-1941

    Self-Portrait in Top Hat,1904



    Maria I,1901



    more here:

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10200599857861020.1073741825.1296665197&type=1&l=c9cfea0989

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  • 07/21/14--11:17: Good Night!
  • Marc Chagall ( 1887-1985)
    Coq Rouge Dans la Nuit



    more here:Marc Chagall-Private collections/auctions
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10201342140217615.1073741832.1296665197&type=1&l=f7d1fa095e

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    THE BREAKFAST TABLE
    Sotheby's



    DAHLIAS
    Sotheby's



    Из обещанного в комментах:NY Times

    ALEXANDER ZEMLINSKY; Moll and Nazism
    Published: June 23, 2002
    To the Editor:
    Re ''They Called Him Ugly, and the Pain Is in His Music'' by Johanna Keller [June 9]:

    Ms. Keller writes that when Alma Schindler met Gustav Mahler, her passion for the composer Alexander Zemlinsky evaporated, ''as did the family's anti-Semitic bias.''

    Alma's stepfather, Carl Moll, the noted artist, leader of the Vienna Secession and art gallery director, and his wife, Anna, had cordial relations with their son-in-law, Mahler, merely putting their socially acceptable anti-Semitism on hold. It can scarcely be said that it evaporated. Moll's own daughter, and Alma's much younger half-sister, Maria Moll Eberstaller, and her Nazi husband Dr. Richard Eberstaller, the vice president of the Nazi law court in Vienna from 1938 to 1945, easily converted Carl Moll to support of Nazism after Hitler's takeover of power in Germany. In a letter to Alma, Moll praised Hitler as ''the greatest organizer.''
    Moll apparently never became a party member, as did his daughter and son-in-law. Their Nazi allegiance was the motive for their suicide, or murder-suicide, as the Soviet Army entered Vienna.

    Moll's behavior was unfathomable. He seemed genuinely to like and respect Mahler. With great sadness Moll kept the deathwatch over Mahler and made Mahler's death mask. Yet Moll's Nazism some 25 years later appears not to have been at all affected by his relationship with his Jewish son-in-law. As Antony Beaumont rightly points out in his biography of Zemlinsky, ''Carl Moll was a rabid anti-Semite.''

    JANET I. WASSERMAN
    Manhattan

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    Josef Stoitzner (1884-1951)- Austrian painter and graphic

    Room with a balcony in Bamberg, around 1940
    Balkonzimmer im Millinger-Haus Bramberg um 1940



    Schlafzimmer in Bramberg um 1930




    Blumenstilleben mit Astern, Nelken und Kapuzinerkresse, 1914



    Stillleben mit Äpfeln und Sektglas um 1930



    Stillleben mit Spirituosen (Schider Salzburg), um 1915, Salzburg Museum



    Josef Stoitzner was born in February 1884 in Vienna.
    He received his first artistic training at the Vienna School of Applied Arts under Kenner. From 1906 to 1908 he studied at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts under Rumpler. In 1905 he started to work as an art teacher and took a teaching examination in 1909 which allowed him to succeed the landscape painter Tina Blau as a teacher at the Vienna Women's Academy from 1916 to 1919. From 1922 he worked as an inspector for the drawing classes at the federal educational institutions in Vienna, Traiskirchen, Wiener Neustadt and Graz -Liebenau and from 1937 on also as an inspector for drawing and handcraft classes at the boys secondary schools in Vienna. His many years of teaching eventually led him back to the Vienna Academy, where he taught as a lecturer from 1932 to 1944 .
    In the printing techniques he dealt intensively with the color woodcut and with lithography. In 1914 he was awarded the gold medal of the Exhibition of Printing Arts and Art Design in Leipzig as well as the medal of the city of Graz. Already in 1909 he joined the Vienna Secession and became a member of the Vienna Künstlerhaus in 1939 .
    Stoitzner died on 6 July 1951 in Bramberg im Pinzgau (Land Salzburg).

    http://www.josefstoitzner.com/en/biography




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    Herbstzeiltlosen, 1921. Colour woodcut



    "A graphic designer, Joseph Stoitzner preferred color woodcuts and lithography, always in the tradition of idealistic realism."(c)
























    The son of the landscape painter Konstantin Stoitzner, Josef studied first at the "Wiener Kunstgewerbeschule" where his teacher was Anton Ritter von Kenner. From 1906 to 1908 he was a disciple of Franz Rumpler at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts. From 1905 on he taught painting himself and in 1909 he received his teaching diploma. From 1922 on he was in charge of drawing classes at Austrian educational institutions in Vienna, Traiskirchen, Wiener Neustadt, Graz-Liebenau and, from 1937 on, at secondary schools for boys in Vienna. He succeeded Tina Blau at the "Wiener Frauenakademie" where he taught form 1916 to 1919; later on, he worked at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts from 1932 to 1934. He then moved to the Pinzgau (Salzburg).

    Stoitzner was a member of numerous artists' association such as "Der Kreis", the "Wiener Secession" and the "Künstlerhaus". He received the gold medal at the Bugra in Leipzig (1914) and the medal of the city of Graz. Until World War II, he tended to paint landscapes, still lives and interiors in the tradition of atmospheric impressionism. Harmony of form and colour is a characteristic of the painter's work.
    http://www.austrian-paintings.at/josef-stoitzner-en/

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    Segantini family ca.1898
    Segantini Museum St. Moritz



    *Gottardo Segantini was the eldest son of the famous alpine artist Giovanni Segantini

    LJ archives:2008-Giovanni Segantini

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    Pine in Mountain Landscape, 1954



    Alpine roses near Maloja. 1949



    Drei Rehe auf dem Feld. 1954.




    Deer near the Villa Oberalpina with Piz Julier, St. Moritz. 1953.



    EARLY SUMMER LANDSCAPE IN ENGADIN IN, 1945




    EVENING ATMOSPHERE, 1951




    HOUSES IN CATMATÉ WITH PIZ LAGREV, 1947



    Autumn landscape with Silvaplanersee and Piz Corvatsch in the background. Maloja.1931




    Novembertag in Soglio ,1928





    GREAT ALPINE LANDSCAPE, 1944




    AUTUMN AT LAKE SILS, 1952



    AUTUMN LANDSCAPE, 1943




    CREVASALVAS WITH PIZ LAGREV, 1940




    Grevaselvas vor Sonnenaufgang. 1938



    Landschaft bei Zollikon. 1918





    Rückkehr, 1956



    Febbraio a Maloja,1928



    Maloja, Switzerland




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    Floral still life.



    Feierlich gedeckter Tisch, 1952




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    Portrait of a woman. 1905
    Bildnis einer Dame im Profil .1958



    ROMAN CARABINIERE, 1911


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    Gottardo Segantini Auction
    Sotheby's,Koller Auctions,Christie's

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    Для Любови galimatja_44с любовью

    Alpenveilchenstock vor Tapetenhintergrund. 1935



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  • 07/22/14--10:19: Art & Mood
  • Salvador Dalí (1904-1989)

    Hatikvah,1968




    The Pool of Tears,1968




    "LA ROSE (DREAM)"
    Drypoint coloured with stencil, 1976-77, on Japan paper
    Bukowskis Auktioner



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