Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Christopher Nevinson

Returning to the Trenches, 1914-15

Nevinson’s early work during the war is typical of Futurist attitude to conflict: the movement, primarily made up of Italians, (Nevinson was one of the only British artists involved), strongly supported and promoted war as a form of status, power and positive human development. Nevinson’s later war work became much more emotionally charged and sympathetic towards wounded soldiers in undesirable hospital conditions.

The First Searchlights at Charing Cross, 1914

Flooded Trench on the Yser, 1916

Vladimir Lebedev

Vladimir  Lebedev (Russian 1891 - 1967)

Steelworker, 1921

Portrait of N.S. Nadezhdina, 1927

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Fongwei Lui

Fongwei Lui - Mendocino Coast, oil on canvas

Edouard Cortes

Edouard Cortes (French, 1882-1969)

Tuileries Gardens, c. 1940

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Johan Johansson

Johan Johansson - Glumslövs Kullar

Ivar Morsing

Ivar Morsing (Swedish, 1919-2009)

Blue Light

A Summer Day, Öland

 Danish Landscape

 Evening Light

Guatemala, People in a Landscape

Landscape with Sheep


Spanish Landscape

The Serenity of the Evening

Townscape, Spain

Bio on http://www.saundersfineart.co.uk/artist/46/ivar-morsing?r=item/1607/spanish-beach

Folke Andréasson

Folke Andréasson (Swedish, 1902-1948)
Village, Southern France

Landscape with Water

Landscape from Bohuslän

Erik Törning

Erik Törning - Tree and Mountain

Charles Simpson

Sunset sea

December Afternoon

Evening, the viewing point

Sango Sea

Charles Walter Simpson (1878–1942) was a Canadian artist and illustrator.