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"Remembering Paul I"
Paul Gauguin spent the last years of his life in the South Seas. This photograph depicts the influence of Tahitian culture on the artist. Bright fabrics, flowers, fruits and ample sunshine were part of its' appeal. Gauguin added his own devices.
"Remembering Claude I"
This photograph is similar in subject matter to early works of Claude Monet. When Monet was a "struggling artist" he would paint a canvas and offer it a local restaurant owner in exchange for cash or meals. The painting would then be hung on the restaurant walls.
"Remembering Georgia II"
This photograph pays homage to Georgia O'Keeffe's decades -long love of the American southwest. Like many of her paintings it has a simple background and a minimalist presentation of the subject.
"Remembering Pablo I"
Pablo Picasso and Georges Bracque introduced "cubism" in 1908-1909. By combining paint with other materials such as wallpaper, newsprint, and ribbon the artists showed the world a new set of ideas. Picasso used an oval design in several works of cubism.
"Remembering Frederick I"
Frederick J. Waugh (1861-1940) was a premier American painter of maritime subjects. This photograph portrays his studio in the 1920's when he was living in Kent, Connecticut, far from the ocean; he used small drawings or photos of scenes to help as he painted.The US Navy poster and model ship represent his work in World War I designing camouflage used to confuse U-boats.
"Remembering Frederick II"
Frederick J. Waugh painted "Rum Row" (1922) in his Kent, CT studio. It featured bearded irises in eleven bottles on a cream background. My fine art photo uses calla lilies, sea oats & natural light in a tribute to his work.
"Remembering Vincent I"
While Van Gogh is remembered for his vigorous use of the color blue, his second most used color was yellow/gold. He painted sunflowers many times.
"Remembering Vincent II"
Irises were a popular subject matter for Vincent Van Gogh. This photograph strives to pay homage to the artist and his brilliance.
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