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Richard Diebenkorn ~ Seated Woman Green Interior, I wish I could paint loose like this.

Richard Diebenkorn - Albuquerque 8, 1951 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Richard Diebenkorn - Albuquerque 1951 This is from the period when he taught at UNM, and captures the feel of the mesas.

Based in California, artist Clare Elsaesser has always been creative. She attended art high school and college, but has only worked as a full-time artist for the past two years. Her paintings are a stunning collection of female figures and silhouettes, either turned away from the viewer or hiding their faces behind their hair or within bunches of flowers. These many beautiful moments of quiet and reflective solitude are created with acrylics on watercolor paper or oil paints on wood panels…

Gorgeous Paintings of Females Experiencing Solitary Moments

Based in California, artist Clare Elsaesser has always been creative. She attended art high school and college, but has only worked as a full-time artist f

View of Paradise   -Bato Dugarzhapov

View of Paradise -Bato Dugarzhapov

this has been my favourite diebenkorn painting for a long time

“Richard Diebenkorn: Coffee, 1959 - oil on canvas (SFMoMA) “Richard Diebenkorn grew up in San Francisco and attended Stanford University, and later the California School of Fine Arts (now the.

artist - carole rabe

Oil of an interior - a recent obsession. Carole Rabe, Blue Window, oil on canvas, x

Bonnard - Nude in an Interior

ericusrex: Nude in an Interior - Pierre Bonnard

Diebenkorn

Perfectly Chaotic Richard Diebenkorn - Untitled (Albuquerque), 1952 Oil on canvas, 68 ¾ x 60 in. The Buck Collection, Laguna Beach, California This work typifies Diebenkorn’s Abstract Expressionist.

Richard Diebenkorn 1959 'Interior with a Book', Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri | by hanneorla

Richard Diebenkorn 1959 'Interior with a Book', Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri by hanneorla

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