Thursday, 30 April 2009

Clearout part 3

"Reclining nude" by Richard Edward Miller (1875-1943)


"A river landscape" by Peder Mork Monsted (1859-1941)


"La Vierge médiatrice avec Jeanne La Folle" by Colijn de Coter (1455-c.1538)


"Portrait of a gentleman" by Vladimir Perfillief (1895-1943)


"Berlin street scene" by Nikolaus Braun (1900-1950)


"Life & Still life #3" by Robert Brackman (1898-1980)


"Evanouissement de sainte Catherine de Sienne" by Il Sodoma (Giovanni Antonio Bazzi) (1477-1549)


"Il Pane" by Giovanni Giacometti (1868-1933)


"Landscape - sea and harvest in Brittany" by Jules Emile Zingg (1882-1942)


"Nude" by Mikhail Vasilievich Nesterov (1862-1942)


"Monaivie, Dumfriesshire" by James Paterson (1854-1932)


"Sitting man" by Arne Kavli (1878-1970)


"A Winter's Evening" by Frederick Cayley Robinson (1862-1927)


"Arthurian chivalric cycle (detail)" by Pisanello [via]


"An Autumn pastoral" by Frederick Cayley Robinson (1862-1927)


"Study for the head of Narcissus" by John William Waterhouse (1859-1917) [via]


"Jays" by Bruno Liljefors (1860-1939)


"Ljubljana fishmarket" by Pavel Kunl (1817-1871)

4 comments:

cyurkanin said...

Don't know if it was coincidental or you knew, but today is the feast of Catherine of Siena. Beautiful drawing.

David said...

Wow, that Miller painting is a masterpiece.

Caio Fernandes said...

to find your blog today was a real miracle and saved my day ,i realy like your choices of what exhibit. for now one i am going to visit your blog more times.
if one day you visit mine ,i hope you enjoy as i did here.

curator said...

It was entirely coincidental! Looking at her wikipedia page, Catherine of Siena has certainly inspired some beautiful works of art.

David, it's fantastic isn't it? Miller painted a whole series of nudes in the same setting, by the same window. That one is my favourite.

Caio, many thanks for the kind words.