I prefer his 'Nymph' from 1914. No matter where you're standing, they seem to be looking right at you.https://www.moma.org/collection/works/35995?artist_id=1701&page=1&sov_referrer=artist
Very early American Symbolism?
A poem by my friend Paul de Jong. I find the idea fascinating. Could something like this really be written on an Egyptian papyrus somewhere? ...
Not really big into landscapes but some of his work i like, the ones with the more abstract colours such as the wave picture and the cactusFirst museum solo exhibition of Bob Ross paintings. In the Netherlands:
MORE; Bob Ross – Happy Painting (lost-painters.nl)
Wow thats ugly, looks like something from one of those failed alien/Ripley hybrid tanks in 'Alien Ressurection'A Púca sculpture with a Fr Ted opposing it.
The creator of the controversial ‘Púca of Ennistymon’ said today that the artwork “is the best thing I have ever done” and described condemnation by a local priest as 'Fr Ted Stuff'.
In an interview, Dublin-based artist, Aidan Harte said that “if the people of Ennistymon don’t get this I believe it will be a missed opportunity for the town. I hope that they see the light.”
Mr Harte was speaking four days after Clare County Council announced that the €30,000 project has been ‘paused’ after a local backlash against the plan. The opposition against the bronze two-metre high Púca even involved local parish priest, Fr Willie Cummins denouncing the planned Púca from the altar at mass last Sunday, describing it as ‘sinister’.
Mr Harte said today: “Up until now there has been an organised minority that have been protesting against it but now more voices are speaking up and we will see how the chips fall.”
The artist claimed that “there are a helluva lot of people from Clare saying that it is great”.