Tag Archives: Impressionism

Eric Pedersen, US painter

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Adrienne Stein, Eve of St. John possible infuence: Philip Leslie Hale

]] Previously I had posted Adrienne Stein, left, which is a contemporary work, but came across a (coincidental or not?) work from the Impressionist period by Philip Leslie Hale (right).

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Zacheria Kramer, (b 1979, US), Apartment interior, 2011

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Zacheria Kramer, Full Moon, 2011

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Claude Monet, Etretat in the Rain (I have been there–beautiful falaises/cliffs in France)

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Malcolm Liepke, Rerepresenting Representational (not the title of this work)

When I first saw his work, I had a flash, Sargent. Someone confirmed this among other influences. Malcolm Liepke is my new hero. He worked as an illustrator but quit his day job realizing that he wanted to create art … Continue reading

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Manet, The Execution of Maximilian

This painting represents a struggle over Colonialism of Mexico in 1867:┬áhe Austrian Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian (1832 – 1867) was installed in Mexico as a puppet emperor by Napoleon III in 1863. He was dependent on the support of the occupying … Continue reading

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