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Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Thomas Sully and modern painting of nineteenth century on mother

Thomas Sully (June 19, 1783 – November 5, 1872) was an American (English-born) painter, mostly of portraits.Sully was born in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England, to the actors Matthew and Sarah Sully. In March 1792, the Sullys and their nine children immigrated to Charleston, South Carolina, where Thomas’s uncle managed a theater. Sully made his first appearance in the arts as a tumbler at the age of 11 in Charleston.

Thomas Sully and modern painting of nineteenth century on mother

Portrait Of Mrs. Robb And Her Three Children

After a brief apprenticeship to an insurance broker, who recognized his artistic talent, at about age 12 Sully began painting. He studied with his brother-in-law Jean Belzons (active 1794–1812), a French miniaturist, until they had a falling-out in 1799.
Uplifted mother 

He returned to Richmond to learn "miniature & Device painting" from his elder brother Lawrence Sully (1769–1804). After Lawrence Sully's death, Thomas Sully married his brother's widow, Sarah Annis Sully. He took on the rearing of Lawrence's children and fathered an additional nine children with Sarah. Among the children were Alfred Sully, Mary Chester Sully (who married Sully's protégé, the painter John Neagle), Jane Cooper Sully Darley, Blanche, Rosalie Sully, and Thomas Wilcocks Sully.Sully was one of the founding members of The Musical Fund Society where he painted the portraits of many of the musicians and composers.

Mother and son in relax

Edmund C. Tarbell and mother's love in his paintings

Edmund Charles Tarbell (April 26, 1862 – August 1, 1938) was an American Impressionist painter. A member of the Ten American Painters, his work hangs in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Metropolitan Museum of Art, National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Corcoran Gallery, DeYoung Museum, National Academy of Design, New Britain Museum of American Art,Worcester Art Museum, and numerous other collections. 

Edmund C. Tarbell and mother's love in his paintings 

Mother And Child In A Boat

Edmund C. Tarbell was born in the Asa Tarbell House, which stands beside the Squannacook River in West Groton, Massachusetts.[1] His father, Edmund Whitney Tarbell, died in 1863 after contracting typhoid fever while serving in the Civil War. His mother, Mary Sophia (Fernald) Tarbell, remarried a shoemaking-machine manufacturer. Young "Ned" (as he was nicknamed) and his older sister, Nellie Sophia, were left to be raised by their paternal grandparents in Groton, a frontier town during the French and Indian Wars that the early Tarbell family helped settle. 

Tarbell took evening art lessons from George H. Bartlett at the Massachusetts Normal Art School. Between 1877 and 1880, he apprenticed at the Forbes Lithographic Company in Boston. In 1879, he entered the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, studying under Otto Grundmann. He matriculated in the same class with Robert Reid and Frank Weston Benson, two other future members of the Ten American Painters.

Tarbell was encouraged to continue his education in Paris, France, then center of the art world. Consequently, in 1883 he entered theAcadémie Julian to study under Gustave Boulanger and Jules-Joseph Lefebvre. Paris exposed him to rigorous academic training, which invariably included copying Old Master paintings at the Louvre Museum, but also to the Impressionist movement then sweeping the city's galleries. That duality would inform his work. In 1884, Tarbell's education included a Grand Tour to Italy, and the following year to Italy,Belgium, Germany and Brittany.

Tarbell returned to Boston in 1886, where he began his career as an illustrator, private art instructor and portrait painter.
Marion Hiller Fenno At Nine As Mandolinata
Mother And Child In Pine Woods
The Lesson

Charles West Cope and contemporary paintings of Victorian era

Charles West Cope RA (Leeds 28 July 1811 – 21 August 1890 Bournemouth) was an English Victorian era painter of genre and history scenes, and an etcher. He was responsible for painting several frescos in the House of Lords in London.Cope was born at Park Square in Leeds, the son of Charles Cope, a watercolour landscape painter and art teacher. He was given the name 'West' after that of a celebrated painter, Benjamin West, and his only sister Ellen, given the middle-name 'Turner', after J M W Turner – both painters being friends of his father. His mother was "a gifted amateur" artist in watercolours who died shortly after Charles' birth.

Charles West Cope and contemporary paintings of Victorian era 

Charles was sent as a child to a boarding school in Camberwell, London, and afterwards to "Terry's school" (sic) at Great Marlow, where he was bullied and his elbow broken, which left him with a crooked arm for life. He then went to Leeds Grammar School, where he suffered from the attentions of a cruel teacher.In 1827, Cope's father was killed in a stage coach accident. That same year he entered Sass's Academy[1] in Bloomsbury, London, and in 1828 became a student of the Royal Academy. He obtained a silver medal from the Society of Arts in 1829, a second medal in the Royal Academy Life School, and a life studentship. About 1830 he lived at lodgings in Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury close to the British Museum.

In 1832 Cope went to Paris and practiced his art by copying Old Masters at the Louvre such as Titian, Rembrandt and others. In 1833 he exhibited at the Royal Academy for the first time – a picture called 'The Golden Age'. In September of the same year he travelled to Italy, where he spent two years – earning a living for part of the time by painting pictures on commission. His painting 'The Firstborn' was completed in Florence and exhibited at the British Institution.

Breakfast Time – Morning Games

The Village Schoolmaster

George Herbert And His Mother

News From Sebastopol


Thomas Gainsborough and his modern thoughts via paintings

Thomas Gainsborough FRSA (christened 14 May 1727 – 2 August 1788) was an English portrait and landscape painter.Gainsborough was the youngest son of John Gainsborough, a weaver in Suffolk. One of his brothers, John was known as Scheming Jack because of his passion for designing curiosities, another Humphrey, had a faculty for mechanics and was said to have invented the method of condensing steam in a separate vessel, which was of great service to James Watt.

Thomas Gainsborough  and his modern thoughts via paintings

Gainsborough left home in 1740 to study art in London with Hubert Gravelot, Francis Hayman, and William Hogarth. In 1746, he married Margaret Burr, and they became parents of two daughters. He moved to Bath in 1759 where fashionable society patronised him, and he began exhibiting in London. In 1769, he became a founding member of the Royal Academy, but his relationship with the organization was thorny and he sometimes withdrew his work from exhibition. Gainsborough moved to London in 1774, and painted portraits of the king and queen, but the king was obliged to name as royal painter Gainsborough's rival Joshua Reynolds. In his last years, Gainsborough painted relatively simple landscapes and is credited (with Richard Wilson) as the originator of the 18th century British landscape school. Gainsborough died of cancer in 1788 and was buried at St. Anne's Church, Kew. He painted quickly, and his later pictures are characterised by a light palette and easy strokes. He preferred landscapes to portraits. William Jackson in his contemporary essays said of him 'to his intimate friends he was sincere honest and his heart was always alive to every feeling of honour and generosity but avoided the company of literary men, who were his aversion, but for a letter to an intimate friend he had few equals and no superior'.

Artist’s Daughters With A Cat

John And Henry Trueman Villebois

Cottage Girl With Dog And Pitcher

The Marsham Children

Two Shepherd Boys With Dogs Fighting

All time best 3 paintings of Pilade Bertieri on women nature

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All time best 3 paintings of Pilade Bertieri on women nature 

Maude Baillie

Garden girl

Ping Pong girl

Peter Fendi one of the best Austrian court painter in his best

Peter Fendi (4 September 1796 – 28 August 1842) was an Austrian court painter,portrait and genre painter, engraver, and lithographer.He was one of the leading artists of the Biedermeier period.

Peter Fendi one of the best Austrian court painter in his best 

Peter Fendi was born in Vienna on 4 September 1796 to Joseph and Elizabeth Fendi. His father was a schoolmaster. He fell from a changing table as an infant, an accident which caused irreparable damage to his spine. endi demonstrated a talent for drawing from childhood. He was admitted to the St. Anna's Academy of Fine Art in 1810 at the age of thirteen, where he studied for three years under Johann Martin Fischer (de), Hubert Maurer and Johann Baptist von Lampi the Elder.

The Sad Message

Fendi met Joseph Barth, an art collector and the personal ophthalmologist of Joseph II, and through Barth's connections to other influential artists, in 1818 Fendi found a job at the Imperial Gallery of Coins and Antiquities, where he worked as a draughtsman and engraver. Fendi received a gold medal in 1821 for his oil-painting Vilenica, and was elected a member of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna in 1836.

Das Gewitter

Both nobles and commoners occasionally employed Fendi to give instruction in drawing and painting, and later in life teaching took up more of his time; his pupils included Carl Schindler (de) and Johann Friedrich Treml (de). He died on 28 August 1842.

Schlechte Zeiten

Julien Dupré was influenced emotional feelings via his painting

Julien Dupré was born in Paris on March 18, 1851 to Jean Dupré (a jeweler) and Pauline Bouillié and began his adult life working in a lace shop in anticipation of entering his family's jewelry business. The war of 1870 and the siege of Paris forced the closure of the shop and Julien began taking evening courses at the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs and it was through these classes that he gained admission to the École des Beaux-Arts.

Julien Dupré was influenced emotional feelings via his painting

At l'Ecole he studied with Isidore Pils (1813–1875) and Henri Lehmann (1814–1882). In the mid-1870s he traveled to Picardy and became a student of the rural genre painter Désiré François Laugée (1823–1896), whose daughter Marie Eléonore Françoise he would marry in 1876; the year he exhibited his first painting at the Paris Salon.Throughout his career Dupré championed the life of the peasant and continued painting scenes in the areas of Normandy andBrittany until his death on April 16, 1910.

Feeding Time

Children Feeding Geese

Rehs Glaneuses

Best Painting of Stephen Gjertson in American Style

Stephen Gjertson was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1949, the eldest son of Arthur and Betty Gjertson. Gjertson’s family loved to read, so it’s not surprising that his first exposure to the visual arts came from books. “We owned a set of encyclopedias that reproduced many works of art. We also had novels illustrated by artists such as N. C. Wyeth, Norman Rockwell, Howard Pyle and Dean Cornwell. I remember reading those books and copying the illustrations. Later, my interest in the Old West led me to history books and stories with paintings by Frederic Remington, Charles Schreyvogel and Nicholas Eggenhofer, whose pictures I also copied. For birthdays I received books on the great masters. The work of Michelangelo, Titian and Rembrandt made a lasting impression on me. That, I said to myself, is what I want to do.”

Best Painting of Stephen Gjertson in American Style 

Gjertson’s love for nature was born in the fields, woods and cliffs along the Kettle River in Sandstone, Minnesota, the home of his parents and grandparents. He filled his sketchbooks with drawings of trees, rocks and the ruins of old buildings scattered throughout the overgrown quarry and the surrounding countryside. He decided to make art his profession while drawing Pilgrims at Thanksgiving in the third grade. At age 10, he received his first box of oil paints for Christmas. His art teachers in both junior and senior high school encouraged the young Gjertson. After graduating, he attended the University of Minnesota, where he played drums in the Football Marching Band. The art department at the university was hostile to what he wanted to do as an artist, and instructors told him to not pursue the outmoded principles of traditional art. Discouraged, he left and attended art school for one year. There, he encountered the same senseless fascination with negative, theory-centric art and learned nothing of practical value. In 1971 he met Richard Lack and studied art seriously until 1975 at Atelier Lack, a studio-school based upon the teaching of the 19th century French ateliers and the Boston impressionists. In 1978 he met Kirk Richards, who was studying at Atelier Lack.

Stephen Gjertson and Kirk Richards have been close friends since they met in 1978. They were both trained by Richard Lack at Atelier Lack in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Gjertson from 1971-75 and Richards from 1976-80. The two have been painting and exhibiting together for twenty-five years, beginning with the seminal Classical Realism: The Other Twentieth Century, a large, traveling exhibition held at the Springville Museum of Art, The Amarillo Art Center and The Maryhill Museum of Art in 1982-83. They were members of The American Society of Classical Realism Guild of Artists and were part of Beauty: A Rebirth of Relevance, a four-person exhibition held at the Newington-Cropsey Gallery of Art in 1996. In 2003 they co-wrote For Glory and For Beauty: Practical Perspectives on Christianity and the Visual Arts. In 2003 they had a successful two-person exhibition, For Glory and For Beauty, at the Biblical Arts Center in Dallas.
In 2004 Richards suggested to Gjertson the possibility of finding another artist with whom they could exhibit.
Bedtime Story
After The Bath
The Recorder Lesson
The Newborn
Sleeping Beauty
The Miracle
Asleep At Last

Alexei Alexeivich Harlamoff tries to focus Russian Women's lives via paintings

Alexei Alexeievich Harlamoff who is also known as Alexej Charlamoff (1840–1925)[1] was a Russian painter.Harlamoff paintings are signed "Harlamoff", which may be a translation he learned while studying in Paris. This does not translate into the Russian language from English. One transliteration into English would be "Aleksei Alekseevich Kharlamov".

Alexei Alexeivich Harlamoff tries to focus Russian Women's lives via paintings

Alexei Harlamoff was born into a family of serfs on 18 October in the village of Dyachevka near Saratov on the river Volga. In 1850 Harlamoff’s parents win their freedom. Harlamoff becomes a guest student in 1854 at the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg. Three years later he was awarded a second class silver medal for a drawing. In 1862 Harlamoff was awarded a second class silver medal for a sketch, and he is enrolled with the history painter Alexei T. Markov.

A Russian Beauty

The Pink Bonnet


Spring Flowers

Little Girl


Little Girl With Head-Dress

Faraway Thoughts

Flower Girl

The Flower Seller

The Red Bonnet

Young Girl In A Green Tunic

Young Girl Before A Blue Background


Head Of A Girl


Mother And Daughter

Unsatisfied girl 

The Flower Girls

The Little Seamstress

Little Seamstress