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Georgy Kurasov (b. 1958, Russian Cubist Painter) – Girl on a Bicycle – – – Albertine, … at Balbec, incessantly in flight upon her bicycle, never to be found owing to the number of little watering-places where she would go to spend the night with her girl friends and where moreover her untruths made it more difficult to lay hands upon her… – Marcel Proust: In Search of Lost Time

Girl on a Bicycle

Georgy Kurasov (b. 1958, Russian Cubist Painter) – Girl on a Bicycle – – – Albertine, … at Balbec, incessantly in flight upon her bicycle, never to be found owing to the number of little watering-places where she would go to spend the night with her girl friends and where moreover her untruths made it more difficult to lay hands upon her… – Marcel Proust: In Search of Lost Time

Henri Charles Manguin (French, 1874–1949) – The Nap (The Rocking Chair, Jeanne), c. 1905 (Oil on canvas, Villa Flora, Winterthur, Switzerland) – Manguin, along with Henri Matisse, André Derain, Maurice de Vlaminck, Albert Marquet and Charles Camoin, was a founder and early exponent of the Fauve movement. He had been close friends with Camoin, Matisse, and Marquet since 1895 when they were students of Gustave Moreau at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Their camaraderie and shared theoretical…

The Nap

Henri Charles Manguin (French, 1874–1949) – The Nap (The Rocking Chair, Jeanne), c. 1905 (Oil on canvas, Villa Flora, Winterthur, Switzerland) – Manguin, along with Henri Matisse, André Derain, Maurice de Vlaminck, Albert Marquet and Charles Camoin, was a founder and early exponent of the Fauve movement. He had been close friends with Camoin, Matisse, and Marquet since 1895 when they were students of Gustave Moreau at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Their camaraderie and shared theoretical…

Henri Manguin (French, 1874-1949) – Model in a Painter’s Studio c.1900 – Regarded as one of the creators of the Fauve movement, Manguin was influenced by Cezanne: illogical construction, harmonious colour tones, and importance of ornament. Manguin had his own touches in the use of fiery and tumultuous tonal strengths… (Németh György)

Model in a Painter’s Studio

Henri Manguin (French, 1874-1949) – Model in a Painter’s Studio c.1900 – Regarded as one of the creators of the Fauve movement, Manguin was influenced by Cezanne: illogical construction, harmonious colour tones, and importance of ornament. Manguin had his own touches in the use of fiery and tumultuous tonal strengths… (Németh György)

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

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

Louis Icart (French, 1888 -1950) – Leda and The Swan, 1934 (Etching and aquatint, varnished) – Why do we not acknowledge the phenomenon of black swans until after they occur? The hubris of predictions and our perpetual surprise when the not-predicted happens. We concentrate on things we already know but we fail to predict the impossible. The history of a thousand days that tell you nothing about what is to happen next… (Németh György)

Leda and The Swan

Louis Icart (French, 1888 -1950) – Leda and The Swan, 1934 (Etching and aquatint, varnished) – Why do we not acknowledge the phenomenon of black swans until after they occur? The hubris of predictions and our perpetual surprise when the not-predicted happens. We concentrate on things we already know but we fail to predict the impossible. The history of a thousand days that tell you nothing about what is to happen next… (Németh György)

John Simmons (British, 1823-1876) – Hermia and Lysander, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 1870 (Watercolor heightened with gouache on paper laid down on canvas) – Shakespeare’s forbidden lovers Lysander and Hermia travel through the enchanted wood to find safe haven. They find themselves lost and decide to sleep, oblivious to the surrounding multitude of fairies and woodland creatures. Lysander holds Hermia’s ringed finger while touching the loamy moss of the forest floor explaining “One turf…

Hermia and Lysander

John Simmons (British, 1823-1876) – Hermia and Lysander, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 1870 (Watercolor heightened with gouache on paper laid down on canvas) – Shakespeare’s forbidden lovers Lysander and Hermia travel through the enchanted wood to find safe haven. They find themselves lost and decide to sleep, oblivious to the surrounding multitude of fairies and woodland creatures. Lysander holds Hermia’s ringed finger while touching the loamy moss of the forest floor explaining “One turf…

Josephine Margaret Muntz-Adams (Australian, 1862-1949) – Woman Reading, a Book in the Hand (Oil on canvas) – Muntz-Adams, residing in Melbourne, diverged from standard patterns of taste in her use of a somber palette and free, expressive brushwork. She exhibited internationally, being consistently acclaimed since 1896, but ended her career in relative obscurity… (Németh György)

Woman Reading

Josephine Margaret Muntz-Adams (Australian, 1862-1949) – Woman Reading, a Book in the Hand (Oil on canvas) – Muntz-Adams, residing in Melbourne, diverged from standard patterns of taste in her use of a somber palette and free, expressive brushwork. She exhibited internationally, being consistently acclaimed since 1896, but ended her career in relative obscurity… (Németh György)

Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853-1890) – Oleanders, 1888 (Oil on canvas) – For Van Gogh, oleanders were joyous, life-affirming flowers that bloomed “inexhaustibly” and were always “putting out strong new shoots.” In this painting of August 1888 the flowers fill a majolica jug that the artist used for other still lifes made in Arles… They are symbolically juxtaposed with Émile Zola’s La joie de vivre… (Nemeth Gyorgy)

Oleanders

Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853-1890) – Oleanders, 1888 (Oil on canvas) – For Van Gogh, oleanders were joyous, life-affirming flowers that bloomed “inexhaustibly” and were always “putting out strong new shoots.” In this painting of August 1888 the flowers fill a majolica jug that the artist used for other still lifes made in Arles… They are symbolically juxtaposed with Émile Zola’s La joie de vivre… (Nemeth Gyorgy)

Laragh McCann at piano - Vintage lingerie styling, perfectly matching the mood and lighting of the shoot. Romantic ensembles featuring the designs of Eres, Ralph Lauren, DKNY and others. From sheer lace and lightweight knits to kimono-like dressing gowns and vibrant thigh-high stockings, the ensembles are full of charming character... (Németh György)

Laragh McCann at piano

Laragh McCann at piano - Vintage lingerie styling, perfectly matching the mood and lighting of the shoot. Romantic ensembles featuring the designs of Eres, Ralph Lauren, DKNY and others. From sheer lace and lightweight knits to kimono-like dressing gowns and vibrant thigh-high stockings, the ensembles are full of charming character... (Németh György)

Etienne-Adrien Drian (French, 1885-1961) – Young Ladies Dancing (Oil and gouache, fixed under glass) – Drian was known for his depictions of women, especially elegant Parisiennes. He often painted and designed extravagant costumes for his close friend, the great comic actress Cécile Sorel. He designed both the sets and costumes for her show at the Casino de Paris in 1933. - Németh György

Young Ladies Dancing

Etienne-Adrien Drian (French, 1885-1961) – Young Ladies Dancing (Oil and gouache, fixed under glass) – Drian was known for his depictions of women, especially elegant Parisiennes. He often painted and designed extravagant costumes for his close friend, the great comic actress Cécile Sorel. He designed both the sets and costumes for her show at the Casino de Paris in 1933. - Németh György

Still life photography. Ez a megfestetlen csendélet ugyanolyan csendet teremt az életben, mintha festmény lenne… Benne van a csendéletek arisztokratikus higgadtsága, kiszámíthatatlansága, és egy csipetnyi lomhasággal álcázott élénk frissesség. Az elrendezett kuszaság meghozza – itt a fényképen is – a minden a helyén van érzést és ugyanúgy belerángat a csendélet intimitásába, mintha festmény lenne… Fényképezzünk több csendéletet! - Németh György

Csendélet fotó

Still life photography. Ez a megfestetlen csendélet ugyanolyan csendet teremt az életben, mintha festmény lenne… Benne van a csendéletek arisztokratikus higgadtsága, kiszámíthatatlansága, és egy csipetnyi lomhasággal álcázott élénk frissesség. Az elrendezett kuszaság meghozza – itt a fényképen is – a minden a helyén van érzést és ugyanúgy belerángat a csendélet intimitásába, mintha festmény lenne… Fényképezzünk több csendéletet! - Németh György

Carlos Ewerbeck (German, active early 20th century) – Ophelia at the River’s Edge, c.1900 (Oil on canvas) - “There is a willow grows aslant a brook That shows his hoar leaves in the glassy stream. There with fantastic garlands did she come Of crowflowers, nettles, daisies, and long purples, That liberal shepherds give a grosser name, But our cold maids do “dead men’s fingers” call them.”

Ophelia at the River’s Edge

Carlos Ewerbeck (German, active early 20th century) – Ophelia at the River’s Edge, c.1900 (Oil on canvas) - “There is a willow grows aslant a brook That shows his hoar leaves in the glassy stream. There with fantastic garlands did she come Of crowflowers, nettles, daisies, and long purples, That liberal shepherds give a grosser name, But our cold maids do “dead men’s fingers” call them.”

Nelly Tsenova – Cats - - When I play with my cat, who knows whether she isn’t amusing herself with me more than I am with her? – Montaigne ‘Essais’ 1580 – {Nelly Tsenova (Bulgarian, b. 1961)}

Nelly Tsenova – Cats

Nelly Tsenova – Cats - - When I play with my cat, who knows whether she isn’t amusing herself with me more than I am with her? – Montaigne ‘Essais’ 1580 – {Nelly Tsenova (Bulgarian, b. 1961)}

Arthur Trevor Haddon (British, 1864-1941) – An Interior with Two Women, c.1886 (Oil on canvas. Geffrye Museum, London) – Haddon was both an oil painter and watercolorist who specialized in landscapes, seascapes and the country genre. He was also a skilled portraitist and painter of figures. In 1883, at the age of 19, he won a 3 year art scholarship to the Slade schools in England and later studied painting in Rome and Madrid…(Németh György)

An Interior with Two Women

Arthur Trevor Haddon (British, 1864-1941) – An Interior with Two Women, c.1886 (Oil on canvas. Geffrye Museum, London) – Haddon was both an oil painter and watercolorist who specialized in landscapes, seascapes and the country genre. He was also a skilled portraitist and painter of figures. In 1883, at the age of 19, he won a 3 year art scholarship to the Slade schools in England and later studied painting in Rome and Madrid…(Németh György)

Antal László Neogrády (Hungarian, 1861-1942) – Love Letter (Oil on cardboard) – Neogrády studied at the School of Model Drawing under Janos Greguss, then at the Munich Academy. He took part in exhibitions from 1888 mostly with his watercolours. Between 1893 and 1931, he taught watercolour painting at the Academy of Fine Arts… (Németh György)

Love Letter

Antal László Neogrády (Hungarian, 1861-1942) – Love Letter (Oil on cardboard) – Neogrády studied at the School of Model Drawing under Janos Greguss, then at the Munich Academy. He took part in exhibitions from 1888 mostly with his watercolours. Between 1893 and 1931, he taught watercolour painting at the Academy of Fine Arts… (Németh György)

You were strong enough to get this far. You are strong enough to keep going… (Németh György)

Need a Little Motivation?

You were strong enough to get this far. You are strong enough to keep going… (Németh György)