Monthly Archives: July 2013
The Art Institute of Chicago Proudly presents James Tissot’s most popular oil paintings,“Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity”this summer the exhibition going on Now, through Sunday, September 22, 2013. The exhibition includes a Tissot painting from Cleveland as well as Tissot crowd-pleasers from Paris, London, Boston, Los Angeles and Toronto.
|Ball on Shipboard 1874 by James Tissot, Tate Britian , London photo credit: Wikipedia||
|July by , James Tissot french artist|
|Harem Scene, ca. 1884–1900|
Henry Siddons Mowbray (American, 1858–1928)
on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC , Gallery 743
Orientalist painters were intrigued by the secret world of women , Most likely the Artist imagined it like this as his painting focused on women in a a private bath in a palace harem. …….
Oil Painting Violin and Playing Cards, 1913
Juan Gris (Spanish, 1887–1927
Juan Gris composed this painting while in Céret, a small town in the Pyrenees, around 1913. It was a round this time that the Artist had developed a Colorful Cubist Style that with in a year or so would evolve into the a fully formed Synthetic Cubism, influenced by Picasso’s and Braque’s …………..