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Stéphane Coutelle by okmarzo April 7, 2014

EMPTY KINGDOM TOP 100 Artists of 2011

EMPTY KINGDOM TOP 100 Artists of 2011
Female artists

Impressionist/Post Imp.

Mark Rothko
James Rosenquist American Artist Paintings Prints
Norman Rockwell
The Gilbert Munger Site This site documents the life and works of the American landscape painter Gilbert Munger [1837 - 1903]. The primary content of the site is the Munger paintings catalog & document archive If you have any information or questions about Munger or his paintings please send email to me at or contact me through the Tweed Museum of Art. Other resources The Gilbert Munger Site
by Jerome H. Saltzer, Professor of Computer Science Emeritus Massachusetts Institute of Technology Frederick Ferdinand Schafer, Mount Hood from the Dalles, Oregon 44 x 72 inches Photo credit: Braarud Fine Art/LaConner, Washington Overview. This is an initial inventory of the paintings of Frederick Ferdinand Schafer, a nineteenth-century landscape artist of what is sometimes called the San Francisco or Rocky Mountain school. Schafer was born in Germany but most of his known works were painted in America, in California and other far western states, between 1876 and 1911. Frederick Ferdinand Schafer Catalog, Home Page Frederick Ferdinand Schafer Catalog, Home Page
Founded in New York in 1971 as an affiliate of the UK William Morris Society, the William Morris Society in the United States strives to publicize the life and work of William Morris and his associates. We coordinate our activities with our fellow Morris Societies in the UK and Canada, and distribute UK and US Newsletters and a biannual Journal of William Morris Studies. Digital Independent Morris-Inspired Press: The Kelmsgarth Press First Publication: William Morris: The Blog by Tony Pinkney Upcoming Panels: Helping in the Work of Creation: John Ruskin and William Morris Today. The William Morris Society U.S. The William Morris Society U.S.
Franz Marc Gallery 1
The Complete Writings and Pictures of A Hypermedia Archive T HE Rossetti Archive facilitates the scholarly study of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, the painter, designer, writer, and translator who was, according to both John Ruskin and Walter Pater, the most important and original artistic force in the second half of the nineteenth century in Great Britain. In Whistler's famous comment, “He was a king”. Rossetti Archive Rossetti Archive
The Galleries Guide - Want to know where to find Waterhouse paintings to see in person? View the list of galleries, each complete with detail information, map, directions, opening hours, and even current weather condition and 5-day forecast! Modern Day Models - Checkout the Waterhouse women of today.

John William Waterhouse: Comprehensive Painting Gallery of Artworks w Detail Descriptions, Location, Paintings Facts, and Poetry. «

John William Waterhouse: Comprehensive Painting Gallery of Artworks w Detail Descriptions, Location, Paintings Facts, and Poetry. «

Thomas Moran: Begin Your Tour
Winslow Homer: The Obtuse Bard Winslow Homer: The Obtuse Bard Homer viewed the world influenced by the ideas of those who surrounded him as a child in Cambridge, Massachusetts, especially the ideas of painter/poet Washington Allston, Allston's brother-in-law Richard Henry Dana Sr., and Allston's friend Benjamin Welles. In the writings of Allston's friends, especially Dana Sr. and Welles, there are discussions encouraging people to literally see "forms of departed friends in the white clouds" as common everyday experiences. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (to whom Allston read his "Lectures on Art"), William Cullen Bryant (a friend of Dana Sr.), and James Russell Lowell (who replaced Longfellow at Harvard) also made references to seeing such illusions in their poetry. For most people today, experience with such images is usually more abstracted, limited to images such as "The Man in the Moon" or the constellations. Winslow Homer: The Obtuse Bard
Le Surréalisme
Marcel Duchamp World Community - Dada - Surrealism - Art Work - Paintings - Wilson Lincoln Effect - Green Box - Bride Stipped Bare - Readymade Hatrack - Network of Stoppages - ManRay's Portraits Duchamp marcel
Welcome to Christo and Jeanne-Claude

Welcome to Christo and Jeanne-Claude

Theodor Heuss Prize 2014 On April 12, 2014, the Theodor Heuss Prize will be awarded to Christo. The Prize is named after the first President of the Federal Republic of Germany and honors exemplary democratic behaviour, active tolerance in society and the idea of international understanding in the spirit of reconciliation. With the wrapping of the Berlin Reichstag, an initially ambivalent symbol of German democracy, Christo and Jeanne-Claude revealed the socio-political potencial of their work. The Wrapped Reichstag impressed so many people that, by means of its re-adaptation through art, it was able to rid itself of its ambivalence as a democratic symbol.

Essential Vermeer

Essential Vermeer ESSENTIAL VERMEER TIME is an open door onto the spinning wheels, grinding cogs, ideas, inspirations, doubts and dreams that make the Essential Vermeer website run full steam ahead. You'll find opinions, the latest Vermeer news (practically real time) and information about what’s currently under development and way down the pipeline. latest post: Vermeer Thefts CLICK HERE to access the latest Vermeer Newsletter The Girl with a Pearl Earring in America: Unraveling the Masterpiece