Post has attachment
A pioneer of American Modernism, Konrad Cramer's influences ranged from folk art to the works of Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Cezanne. Although he is best known as a photographer, Cramer was also an accomplished painter of abstract, geometric forms in bold colors such as this 1949 work offered by Hollis Taggart Galleries. #konradcramer   #painting   #collage   #photography   #modernism   #americanmodernism   #americanart   #folkart   #abstract   #abstractart   #wassilykandinsky   #paulcezanne   #geometric   #color   #hollistaggartgalleries   #incollect  

Post has attachment
John Singer Sargent  (1856–1925) was one of the most important American portraitist of his generation and of all time. An exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York focuses on how he approached portraits of his friends, associates, and colleagues, which differed from his commissions. For a primer or recap---or an fyi if you cannot see the exhibit in person----here is a link to an article we published in Antiques & Fine Art and onhttps://www.incollect.com/articles/sargent-portraits-of-artists-and-friends   #sargent #impressionism #incollect #painting #portraiture #portraits #impressionist  

Post has attachment
Nanno De Groot was one of the formative but rarely seen artists of the great era of Abstract Expressionism in Provincetown, Massachusetts. A self-taught artist and an exceptionally talented painter, De Groot's dynamic works are underlined by a compelling sense of tension and angst. #nannodegroot   #abex   #abstractexpressionism   #modernart   #modernism   #abstractart   #painting   #provincetown   #ptown   #capecod   #selftaughtart   #brockandco   #incollect  

Post has attachment
Often classified as an Abstract Expressionist, a Color Field Painter, and a Lyrical Abstractionist, Lawrence "Larry" Zox simply referred to himself as a colorist. Through his experimentation with line, color, and form, Zox created works that were both exuberant and graceful. #abstractexpressionism   #abex   #colorfieldpainting   #abstractart   #abstract   #painting   #modernart   #larryzox   #colorist   #line   #color   #form   #brockandco   #incollect   #fineart  

Post has attachment
Romaine Brooks, Femme avec des Fleurs, 1912.
Photo

Post has attachment
The Modernist painter Joseph Stella was an incredibly versatile artist who explored many subjects and styles throughout his career. From Futurist-inspired city scenes to highly stylized portraits, all of Stella's works are dynamic, dramatic, and stunningly vibrant. #modernism   #americanmodernism   #futurism   #modernart   #painting   #portrait   #color   #pattern   #hirschlandadler   #incollect   #fineart   #josephstella  

Post has attachment
WORLD IS ALL CONTECT IN MY HAND
Photo

Post has attachment
The art within this exceptional East Coast private collection encompass paintings by Trumbull and Stuart to Chase and Sargent and sculpture from Houdon to Saint-Gaudens. Take a look! #privatecollection   #fineart   #paintings   #sculpture   #williammerrittchase   #johnsingersargent   #americanart   #exclusive   #johntrumbull   #jeanantoinehoudon   #augustussaintgaudens   #incollect  

Post has attachment
Alvin Loving's crisp, hard-edge paintings explore the relationships between color, line, space, and form. Many of his early works featured dynamic arrangements of cubes, as seen in this piece from 1975. #modernism   #modernart   #americanart   #hardedgepainting   #paintings   #abstract   #fineart   #geometric   #color   #wednesday   #peytonwrightgallery   #incollect   #alvinloving   #aloving  

Post has attachment
Today in #herstory  : Born in 1844,  Mary Stevenson Cassatt was an American painter and printmaker who lived much of her adult life in France where she exhibited among the Impressionists.
Cassatt often created images of the social and private lives of women, with particular emphasis on the intimate bonds between mothers and children.
Mary Cassatt "Young Mother Sewing"
Photo
Wait while more posts are being loaded