A MASTERPIECE, IN THE HISTORY OF PAINTING: (17) « IN HER CARE »

A MASTERPIECE, IN THE HISTORY OF PAINTING

(17) IN HER CARE

 

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« IN HER CARE »  – (2008 ?) – Daniel F.Gerhartz

Oil on canvas, 101,6 x 101,6 cm (40 x 40 inches)

Photo Author: Gandalf’s Gallery . Source: flickr.com

Daniel F.Gerhartz, Born in 1965 in Kewaskum, Wisconsin (USA), where he now lives dangerhartzwith his wife Jennifer, and their young children, Dan’s interest in art emerged as a teenager. Studies at the American Academy of Art in Chicago, Illinois and his voracious appetite for museums and the modern masters such as John Singer Sargent, Alphonse Mucha, Nicolai Fechin, Joaquin Sorolla, Carl von Marr as well as a host of other French and American impressionists have inspired him. Dan has a particular interest and appreciation for modern Russian art and the sumptuous canvases of the painters Nicolai Fechin, Isaac Levitan and Ilya Repin. As Dan says, their paintings are “completely loose yet deliberate and faithful, not at all flashy.” Indeed, the powerful and evocative beauty of Gerhartz’s paintings are also due in large measure to looseness, honesty and faithfulness of his style. Dan’s paintings embrace a range of….

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Source of the artist’s photo: redpianoartgallery.com




 

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6 réflexions au sujet de « A MASTERPIECE, IN THE HISTORY OF PAINTING: (17) « IN HER CARE » »

  1. Is just…
    the gentleness and the peacefulness the stillness but the movement of the babbling brook of water and the softness of her face n hair so lightly touched by the gentle breeze …
    Hugggs
    Suzette

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