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kafkasapartment:


Lisa on Silk I, N.Y., 1940. Horst P. Horst. Gelatin silver

kafkasapartment:

Lisa on Silk I, N.Y., 1940. Horst P. Horst. Gelatin silver

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#Horst  #american  #1940s  #photography  #nude 
ymutate:


Charles Burchfield 1893 - 1967: Pioneer Evening 1961-1966 watercolor on paper 49 x 55 inches
 source: huntermuseum.org

ymutate:

Charles Burchfield 1893 - 1967: Pioneer Evening 1961-1966 watercolor on paper 49 x 55 inches
source: huntermuseum.org

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#American  #Burchfield  #1960s  #male artist 
blastedheath:


Charles Burchfield (American, 1893-1967), The Pine Tree. Watercolor and pencil on paper laid down on board, 30½ x 22½ in.

blastedheath:

Charles Burchfield (American, 1893-1967), The Pine Tree. Watercolor and pencil on paper laid down on board, 30½ x 22½ in.

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#Burchfield  #American  #male artist 
blastedheath:


Fairfield Porter (American, 1907-1975), City Dining Room Still Life, c.1945. Oil on canvas, 28 x 24 in.
via peira

blastedheath:

Fairfield Porter (American, 1907-1975), City Dining Room Still Life, c.1945. Oil on canvas, 28 x 24 in.

via peira

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#Porter  #American  #1940s  #male artist  #still life 
fawnvelveteen:

Lucy Drake Marlow (American, 1890 - 1978) ‘Oriental composition with bearded iris and daffodil’

fawnvelveteen:

Lucy Drake Marlow (American, 1890 - 1978) ‘Oriental composition with bearded iris and daffodil’

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— 3 weeks ago with 253 notes
#Marlow  #American  #female artist  #1920s  #still life 
books0977:

Blonde Woman Before an Easel (c.1903-06). Edward Hopper (American, 1882-1967). Oil on board. Whitney Museum.
Chase’s influence can be discerned in Hopper’s Blond Woman Before an Easel, where the elegance with which Hopper depicts a woman seen from behind as she paints is reminiscent of his teacher’s. Hopper’s preliminary sketch of her long graceful neck and upswept hair is a document of his working process. The model is painting a portrait; perhaps she was a member of Chase’s celebrated portrait class, which Hopper remembered as being composed of mostly women.

books0977:

Blonde Woman Before an Easel (c.1903-06). Edward Hopper (American, 1882-1967). Oil on board. Whitney Museum.

Chase’s influence can be discerned in Hopper’s Blond Woman Before an Easel, where the elegance with which Hopper depicts a woman seen from behind as she paints is reminiscent of his teacher’s. Hopper’s preliminary sketch of her long graceful neck and upswept hair is a document of his working process. The model is painting a portrait; perhaps she was a member of Chase’s celebrated portrait class, which Hopper remembered as being composed of mostly women.

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#Hopper  #American  #male artist  #1900s