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Blanchard, Maria (1881-1932) – 1916-19 Cubist Composition (Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid, Spain)

Oil and collage on canvas; 154 x 114 cm. María Gutierrez Blanchard was a Spanish painter. Blanchard was the daughter of journalist Enrique Gutierrez Cueto Blanchard and Concepción Blanchard Santisteban. Born with various disabilities, she was small in stature, hunchbacked and unable to walk. She was the cousin of Mexican artist Germán Cueto. In 1903…

Modersohn-Becker, Paula (1876-1907) – 1907 Adoration of the Magi (Kunsthalle Bremen, Germany)

24.3 x 32.4 cm. Paula Modersohn-Becker, original name Paula Becker was a German painter who helped introduce into German art the styles of late 19th-century Post-Impressionist painters such as Paul Cézanne, Paul Gauguin, and Vincent van Gogh. Becker was interested in art at an early age and began to study drawing in 1888, when her…

Over The River Jordan 40 x 30 in. Oil on Canvas (detail 6)

flickrhivemind.net/user/stevenascroggins www.immersivecda.com/stevenascroggins www.stevenascroggins.com My model had a silver piercing in her lower right lip and beautiful leaf shaped earrings. This work reminds me of de Kooning’s Women paintings or some of the marks by Egon Schiele. Inspiration is important but even more so the need to evolve into the unique artist God makes each one…

Over The River Jordan 40 x 30 in. Oil on Canvas (detail 4)

flickrhivemind.net/user/stevenascroggins www.immersivecda.com/stevenascroggins www.stevenascroggins.com My model had a silver piercing in her lower right lip and beautiful leaf shaped earrings. This work reminds me of de Kooning’s Women paintings or some of the marks by Egon Schiele. Inspiration is important but even more so the need to evolve into the unique artist God makes each one…

By Corneille, 1946

COBRA was formed by Karel Appel, Constant, Corneille, Christian Dotremont, Asger Jorn, and Joseph Noiret on 8 November 1948 in the Café Notre-Dame, Paris, with the signing of a manifesto, "La cause était entendue" ("The Case Was Settled"), drawn up by Dotremont. Formed with a unifying doctrine of complete freedom of colour and form, as…

Hjerten, Sigrid (1885-1948) – Harbor Photo – View from the Studio to Stadsgardskajen (Private Collection)

Sigrid Hjertén was a Swedish modernist painter. Hjertén is considered a major figure in Swedish modernism. Periodically she was highly productive and participated in 106 exhibitions. She worked as an artist for 30 years before succumbing to complications from a lobotomy for schizophrenia. Sigrid Hjertén was born in Sundsvall in 1885. She studied at the…

Blanchard, Maria (1881-1932) – 1924 Maternity (The Museum of Art and Industry of Roubaix, France)

María Gutierrez Blanchard was a Spanish painter. Blanchard was the daughter of journalist Enrique Gutierrez Cueto Blanchard and Concepción Blanchard Santisteban. Born with various disabilities, she was small in stature, hunchbacked and unable to walk. She was the cousin of Mexican artist Germán Cueto. In 1903 she moved to Madrid and studied at the Real…

Aline Charigot

Detail of Aline Charigot from “By the Seashore” (1883) Oil on canvas By Auguste Renoir French, 1841-1919 Accession #: 29.100.125 Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, New York)—August 28, 2010 Like other artists who painted in an Impressionist style in the 1870s, Renoir eventually began to explore a different manner of painting. A trip to…