Buildings and cities I want to paint
Seaside Sorrento by Jinnie May Watercolor ~ 30" x 22"
Pimenov, Yuri (Russian, 1903-77) New Moscow1937 I love Russian art because throughout most of my life, Russia was a mysterious enemy, which attempted tight control of what was created and allowed publicly. But the government did not define the people. To experience Russia as a happy, vibrant, human place - rather than a forced homage to a dictator or a political ideal - was not always possible.
Pimenov, Yuri (Russian, 1903-77) New Moscow1937
Fred Herzog's work focuses primarily on "ordinary" people, the working class, and their connections to the city around them. He worked primarily with slide film (mostly Kodachrome), which limited his ability to exhibit, and also marginalized him somewhat as an artist in the 1950s and 60s when most work was in Black and White. However, he has been increasingly recognized in recent decades.
real life is elsewhere: fred herzog
Lorraine Christie | Art&Tatucya
Watercolor / Artist: Stan Miller
"New York Night" by Georgia O'Keeffe
Glamorous Gotham: Georgia O'Keefe
Dusan Djukaric "Rain washed street", Watercolor 38x56 cm
Cityscape Paintings by Evgeny Lushpin
Lowell Birge Harrison, Fifth Avenue at Twilight, 1910. With thanks to artemisdreaming.
FREDERICK MERSHIMER Center Stage
Seventh Avenue at Night. Tavik František Šimon.