Friday, September 18, 2009

The Friday Evening Nudes


Paul Désiré Trouillebert
1829-1900
French



William Sergeant Kendall
American
1869-1938




Three Nudes in a Landscape
(1911)

Max Pechstein
1881-1955 
German





Nude Warrior with a Spear

Théodore Géricault
1791 - 1824


Bernard Fleetwood Walker
1893-1965
English



Henri Manguin
1874 -1949
French 


Note:  for some reason Blogger won't publish this post correctly and allow the text below the second and third images. The second image is by William Sergeant Kendall (American) and the third by Max Pechstein German).

8 comments:

  1. Love it. These Friday posts make me think how artists capture human vulnerability.

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  2. I often wonder about how some people come to be born with the gift of artistic impression. What a remarkable gift indeed...my jaw drops when I see such a deep and fine ability to reflect emotion on a two-dimensional surface.

    Remarkable. I so appreciate your sharing these.

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  3. They're all varying degrees of beautiful, but the W.S. Kendall is stunning!

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  4. these are gorgeous, all of them are gorgeous... I can't wait to go check out the new art link you have over there...

    I think I like the last one the best but that's only because it appeals right now....another time, another painting.... thank you for posting such loveliness each week...
    xoxo

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  5. These are superb. I visited Gericault's grave at Pere Lachaise in Paris last month. You have reminded me thaqt I need to put up some photos of it!

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  6. Oh, Pagan, lovely as usual. Art has and continues to save us from ourselves...

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