Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Edwin Longsden Long


Here are two paintings by Edwin Longsden Long in which he uses the same pose, and probably the same model. The group painting is titled Love's Labours Lost, the portrait is titled Ready for the Bath.

Biography at the Art Renewal Center.

And more art at Painterlog.com


Paintings from the Reign of Victoria: The Royal Holloway Collection, London


Temptress: From the Original Bad Girls to Women on Top

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Clement Donshea





Clement Donshea was an American artist and illustrator. He illustrated many advertisements in the mid-twentieth century. He art at Roeliff Jansen and Hudson Schools in Columbia County, New York. He studied at Pratt Institute, the Art and Students League of New York City, and at Beaux Arts, Paris.

The drawings shown here are for sale on Ebay they were done around 1911.



Lifestyle Illustration of the 1950's



Creative Illustration



Sunday, August 11, 2013

Loris Alvin Withers




Loris Withers was born in Philadelphia in 1891and later lived in Brooklyn and Port Washington, NY. He attended the Academy de la Grande Chaumiere, the Art Student League of New York, the National Academy of Design and the Carnegie Mellon Technical Institute. He taught at Hunter College and at Brooklyn College. These drawings are for sale on Ebay and were exhibited at the Salmagundi Art Club.

 

Others are for sale at the Hammingway Art Gallery
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