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Sir George Clausen (1852 1944)

george clausen | portrait I feel pulled into the landscape...and it is hard to look calm and still.

The Athenaeum - Gondolier (John Singer Sargent - ) 1905

The Girl at the Gate (1889) by George Clausen. Although a respected teacher at the Royal Academy and though eventually knighted, never really got the recognition in his home country that he deserved.  He was a Naturalist, which meant, that he was a painter of ugliness:  ugly people and things, painted in ugly colors.  To those who appreciated representational paintings, who introduced England to an innovative manner of painting, which introduced England to an innovative manner of painting.

George Clausen, Apple Blossom. 1899.

Sir George Clausen - Planting a Tree

George Clausen. Orchard Scene.

Sir George Clausen RA (1852 – 1944) , “Beautiful Century: Twilight: Interior (Reading by lamplight)” (from mudwerks)

A Schoolgirl - George Clausen 1889

George Clausen The Shepherdess