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December 03, 2008

Artist Post Link List (Donald) - 1

Donald Pittenger writes:

Dear Blowhards --

A few months ago, Mary Scriver emailed me with the request that I compile a list of posts I wrote featuring artists. I finally got around to it.

This is a link-index of my posts about artists as of early December, 2008.

Please let me know of any errors or omissions.

Anglada-Camarasa, Hermen
Bama, James
Bastien-Lepage, Jules
Beaux, Cecilia
Bischoff, Franz
Boldini, Giovanni
Casas, Ramon
Curtis, David (England)
Dewing, Thomas Wilmer
Edelfelt, Albert
Foujita
Fuchs, Bernie
Gajoum, Kal
Gallén, Axel
Goldbeck, Walter Dean
Grün, Jules-Alexandre
Herter, Albert
Henry, George & Hornel. E.A.
Hohlwein, Ludwig
de Laszlo, Philip Alexius
Levitan, Isaak
Leyendecker, J.C.
Macchiaioli (Italian group)
Malczewski, Jacek
Mathews, Arthur
Pino
Schjerfbeck, Helene
Serov, Valentin
Situ, Mian
Sloan, John
Sloan, John (update)
Thayer, Abbot Handerson
Thompson, Tom
Tiepolo, Giavanni Battista
Vettriano, Jack
Vrubel, Mikhail

This list will be updated from time to time.

Later,

Donald

posted by Donald at December 3, 2008




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Thanks, Donald! Several of us were looking forward to this. It was terrific of you to remember!

Prairie Mary

Posted by: Mary Scriver on December 3, 2008 11:22 PM



At risk of being pedantic, allow me to point you out that Anglada-Camarasa's name is not Herman but Hermen, an abreviation of Hermenegildo, his 'real' name.

Posted by: ortega on December 4, 2008 4:16 AM



Just been browsing Serov's stuff. A joy.

Many thanks, Donald.

Posted by: Robert Townshend on December 4, 2008 7:25 AM



ortega -- I know his real name and thought about using it for the post and link label. But, like the first name of Zegna, the Italian men's fashion fellow, it's a word difficult for English speakers/readers to wrap tonges/minds around. So I used the short version, the spelling of which I'll now correct on the list. Thank you for noticing.

Posted by: Donald Pittenger on December 4, 2008 10:31 AM



Donald - there are that many already? Impressive. You do have enough for a book, even if you don't hold a couple more in your sleeve.

If I see it bound, I'll buy it.

Posted by: Tatyana on December 4, 2008 10:51 AM



Since you're fixing spelling errors, can I remind you to change "MamAntova" to "MamOntova" in your essay on Serov?

Posted by: Tatyana on December 4, 2008 10:54 AM



Tatyana -- Fixed, thanks.

Posted by: Donald Pittenger on December 4, 2008 11:10 AM



By way of thanks for the lovely stuff you post, may I draw your attention this statuary, standing in a glen in the hills of Southern Scotland? It's there for anyone to visit.

Link


Posted by: dearieme on December 4, 2008 11:36 AM



Donald, humor me and take a look at the work of Lovis Corinth, a German painter who's dates were approximately 1865 - 1925. You may be put off by his sloppiness but there is tremendous vitality in him, IMO.

Posted by: ricpic on December 4, 2008 8:26 PM



ricpic -- I took a quick peek at his stuff on Google. Not totally my cuppa tea, but I won't rule him out, either. What I need to do is see some of his stuff in person. My painter posting strategy is to rely on the accident of what I notice in museums and art books along with a large dose of whimsy.

Posted by: Donald Pittenger on December 4, 2008 9:10 PM






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