Németh György
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William Merritt Chase (American, 1849-1916) – Studio Interior, c.1882 (Oil on canvas. Brooklyn Museum) – Chase’s paintings of the studio suggest his belief in a complete and passionate engagement with art. Characterized by rich colors and lively brushwork, the paintings appealed to an American audience increasingly under the sway of the British Aesthetic Movement, which above all championed the artistic appointment of interiors with a rich ensemble of decorated surfaces. - Németh György

William Merritt Chase (American, 1849-1916) – Studio Interior, c.1882 (Oil on canvas. Brooklyn Museum) – Chase’s paintings of the studio suggest his belief in a complete and passionate engagement with art. Characterized by rich colors and lively brushwork, the paintings appealed to an American audience increasingly under the sway of the British Aesthetic Movement, which above all championed the artistic appointment of interiors with a rich ensemble of decorated surfaces. - Németh György

Sir James Jebusa Shannon (Anglo-American, 1862-1923) – Flora, 1922 (Oil on canvas. Glasgow Museums Resource Centre) - Shannon studied in London during the 1880s and remained there, enjoying success as a society portraitist and figure painter. (In 1922 he renounced his United States citizenship in order to accept a knighthood). - Németh György

Sir James Jebusa Shannon (Anglo-American, 1862-1923) – Flora, 1922 (Oil on canvas. Glasgow Museums Resource Centre) - Shannon studied in London during the 1880s and remained there, enjoying success as a society portraitist and figure painter. (In 1922 he renounced his United States citizenship in order to accept a knighthood). - Németh György

Wassily Kandinsky – Red Accent,1938

Wassily Kandinsky – Red Accent,1938

Cicely Mary Barker - The Sweet-Pea Fairies

Cicely Mary Barker - The Sweet-Pea Fairies

Budapest

Budapest

Saskia de Brauw with architecture in “Couture Clash” for W Magazine, October 2013.

Saskia de Brauw with architecture in “Couture Clash” for W Magazine, October 2013.

Eva Green reads in “A True Modern Classic” for The Edit Magazine, May 2014.

Eva Green reads in “A True Modern Classic” for The Edit Magazine, May 2014.

Ryan Pickart – Odette - - But let the lover be embodied in a painter like Elstir and then we have the clue to the enigma, we have at length before our eyes those lips which the common herd have never perceived, that nose which nobody has ever seen, that unsuspected carriage. The portrait says: ‘What I have loved, what has made me suffer, what I have never ceased to behold is this. – Marcel Proust

Ryan Pickart – Odette - - But let the lover be embodied in a painter like Elstir and then we have the clue to the enigma, we have at length before our eyes those lips which the common herd have never perceived, that nose which nobody has ever seen, that unsuspected carriage. The portrait says: ‘What I have loved, what has made me suffer, what I have never ceased to behold is this. – Marcel Proust

Childe Hassam - White Barn, 1882

Childe Hassam - White Barn, 1882

François Flameng (French, 1856-1923) – La Lettre (Oil on panel) – – Beautiful places, beautiful people, beautiful clothes—Francois Flameng loved to paint them all. Born in an art studio in Paris in 1856, Flameng may have known from an early age that he was destined to be an artist. Paris was the center of the art world and his father was a celebrated engraver who had once wished to be a painter. - (Németh György)

François Flameng (French, 1856-1923) – La Lettre (Oil on panel) – – Beautiful places, beautiful people, beautiful clothes—Francois Flameng loved to paint them all. Born in an art studio in Paris in 1856, Flameng may have known from an early age that he was destined to be an artist. Paris was the center of the art world and his father was a celebrated engraver who had once wished to be a painter. - (Németh György)