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GEORGE WESLEY BELLOWS ~ THE IDEAL ARTIST

in Quoting the Artist ~ Thoughts and Thinking... by
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“The ideal artist…retains his experience in a spirit of wonder and feeds it with creative lust.”

George Wesley Bellows (1882-1925)

A Day in June, 1913

CHILDE HASSAM ~ ON TRUE IMPRESSIONISM

in Passion Of Art by
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The true impressionism is realism. So many people do not observe. They take the ready-made axioms laid down by others, and walk blindly in a rut without trying to see for themselves.

Childe Hassam

Improvisation

ANDREW WYETH ~ PAINTINGS CREATED SUBCONSCIOUSLY

in Art & the Unconscious Mind/Art of the Subconscious ~ Abstract Expressionism/Passion Of Art by
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I dream a lot. I do more painting when I’m not painting. It’s in the subconscious.

Andrew Wyeth

Bird’s nest

Andrew Wyeth Pennsylvania, USA – 12th of July, 1917 /2009
Famous Andrew Wyeth paintings include realist works of rural scenes, usually with a figure, object, or animal in it. His unusual compositions tend to add to the understated drama of his work.

EDWARD HOPPER ~ LE BISTRO

in Passion Of Art by
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This painting is one of my favorites, I can look at this image for a very long time, get lost in this painting, like I am the one sitting there, drinking a glass of wine.
Le Bistro or The Wine Shop (1909) Edward Hopper

JOSEPH RODEFER DECAMP ~ THE BLUE MANDARIN COAT

in Highlights and Reflections by
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“The Blue Mandarin Coat” 1922

Joseph Rodefer DeCamp (1858 -1923)

JOSEPH RODEFER DECAMP ~ THE GUITAR PLAYER

in The Melody of Art by
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GEORGIA O’KEEFFE ~ WHO NEEDS A LADDER TO THE MOON?

in A Mysterious Encounter with the Moon by
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“Ladder to the Moon” 1958 by Georgia O’Keeffe

GEORGIA O'KEEFFE ~ WHO NEEDS A LADDER TO THE MOON?

in A Mysterious Encounter with the Moon by
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“Ladder to the Moon” 1958 by Georgia O’Keeffe

FREDERICK CARL FRIESEKE ~ ON THE VALUE OF ART

in Passion Of Art by
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“Now you can begin to see quite transparently that nothing purchased life is one of argument, If other people don’t agree with you you’re in big trouble. How far would you get in your work if nobody agreed that what you were doing had value?”

Frederick Carl Frieseke

American Impressionist Painter, 1874-1939

CHILDE HASSAM ~ AT THE PIANO

in The Melody of Art by
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“At the Piano” 1908 by Childe Hassam.

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