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    Sorry, Cepro. I'll save the next "Y" for you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilaekae View Post
    Sorry, Cepro. I'll save the next "Y" for you...
    Thanks! Well, not that it is that important

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    Ilaekae, in your Clarence Frederick Underwood post, isn't that one with the marines a Layendecker?

    and the one with the girl is signed by a Howard Something Christy.

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    Let me check my original files. I may have really screwed up some art titles. Wouldn't be the first time...

    ADD: Thanks for catching that, Serpian. I uploaded from the wrong folder and never checked. I wanted Underwood up as an example of the typical "hack" illustrators of the 20-30s, and the mistake was a hell of a lot better than he ever was...

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    can we get an update on the correct names for each file?

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    Not sure I understand... The current pics up now are by Underwood.

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    Let's just go on with the show
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    I was never really that impressed with Chuck Close's work until I saw an exhibition at the Haywood Gallery in London in the late 90s. It blew me away!!

    The range and scope of his work since the 1960s, whilst almost all looking at large scale, close up portraits, is breathtaking.

    And his more recent works (the stuff made up of abstracted coloured circles in Cepro's post) is clever and impressive enough, but he does these huge canvases whilst partially paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair following serious illness.

    I'd recommend anyone to try and see an exhibition of his work, because it's only when you look at the development of ideas and the evolution of his work that you can really appreciate his achievement.

    Wonderful wonderful stuff....

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    Thomas Wilmer Dewing
    Saw his work in the inpiration thread.....long time back...been a fan since.....

    I have his pictures in one of my DVDS..just cant find it



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    I took this from a book a client showed me. The book itself is over 1500 US$, and is apparently sold out, so I took some pics by the window. It's a little bit difficult to see (again) cause this stuff is so super subtle. All the colours were really subdued and although it seems like this work is all about 'prettyness', it was incredible how everything was so alive and captured a certain essence of each subject..

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    Last edited by tensai; September 2nd, 2008 at 10:23 AM.
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    check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)

    check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)

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    Jesus love that second one, beautiful stuff.

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    Last edited by tensai; September 2nd, 2008 at 06:01 AM.
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    check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)

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    This thread always seems to get stuck on N's. Bhanu, thanks for all the recent posts! Okay, I'm a big fan of Emil Nolde, bu tI can't find that many good images on the web. Here's what I've found:

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    Oh dammit I missed the H.

    Thanks for all this art so far though.

    Woke up this morning, found out my signature was gone..
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    Effing awesome thread!

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    wow TASmith wat bohemian use of color...

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    I went through Wikipedia's list of painters, and found this by Viktor Oliva - the absinthe drinker. Props to anyone who can find more images by this guy.

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    One of the masters, Bob Peak

    I guess he doesn't need introduction, but then again seeing all the lack of knowledge/interest/motivation/energy threads in CA lately, perhaps he does:

    "One of the most imaginative and prolific illustrators of the 20th century, Robert Peak revolutionized advertising in the film industry and is considered the "Father of the modern movie poster." Robert Peak totally transformed the approach to movie advertising from basic collages of film stills or head shots to flamboyant artistic illustrations. His innovative solution-painting characters and scenes into a single montage-became the first of over 100 such posters, among them "My Fair Lady," "Camelot," "Rollerball," "Star Trek," "Superman" and "Apocalypse Now." Peak was not short on editorial assignments with 45 covers of Time Magazine featuring his illustrations-most notably the portrait of Mother Teresa.

    His work appeared in major advertising and national magazines. Sports Illustrated sent him on assignments throughout the world, including a safari to hunt ibex with the Shah of Iran. He received the largest commission of an individual artist from the U.S. Postal Service to design 30 stamps for the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California and 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia.

    In 1961 Peak was named Artist of the Year by the Artists Guild of New York, and in 1977 the Society of Illustrators elected him to its Hall of Fame. For his 30 years of outstanding contribution to the film industry, the Hollywood Reporter presented him the 1992 Key Art Lifetime Achievement Award.

    Peak's work is included in many permanent collections, and three of these paintings-of Anwar Sadat, Mother Teresa and Marion Brando-hang in the Smithsonian Institution."

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    Last edited by tensai; September 8th, 2008 at 09:59 AM.
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    check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)

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    some pics by victor olivia


    http://www.artnet.de/artist/580197/viktor-oliva.html

    could find nothing substantial though..
    And tensai... Thanks them Bob peak ...I have been his fan ever since....forever...

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    BUMP!!!!!

    Charles Marion Russell !!!








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    Was missing this thread. More wood to the fire.

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    Last edited by tensai; September 9th, 2008 at 12:34 AM.
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