Sunday, June 01, 2014

artsy

Additions to my running "artists of note" note on my phone [since I 1st posted about the list back in January]  I warn ya, there is a shit ton ....

1.Paul-Gustave Fischer

2. Brynolf Wennerberg



I do dig this guy's style, but am not wild about how every other painting of his features spike-helmeted German soldiers [check it--do a Google image search fer yourself] He was very prolific cranking out WWI propaganda cards.  He surely got the message out there that joining up with the German army was the most surefire of surefire ways to get laid.


3.Albert Herter


 






4..William McGregor Paxton
 
5. Arthur Hacker
 


6.Henri de Braekleer
 



7.Louis Anquetin

 


8.Theo vanRysselnerghe
 


9 & 9.5  JC Leyendecker & F X Leyendecker
Kinda interesting (IMHO) that there were 2 such talented illustrators in the same family. 

JC was older, and more famous
 
FX was the younger bro
 

Even though FX did not have the prolific output that his older bro did, he did have the distinction of creating the painting that was the artistic focal point of Casa de Tripper. Recognize it??--
 

 
 


10.Alan E Cober
 


11.Dink Siegel


12. Mary Greene Blumenschein
 


13. Joseph Farrelly
 

I feel pretty confident she is on next year's naughty list

14.Naiad & Walter Einsel
husband & wife illustration team. Very distinctive style
 

 
 

a SAD tableau we're witnessing here....she loves him...he only loves  cheese. I do feel for the poor lass, and yet, I can't say as I blame him. It is CHEESE, after all. 
 

15. James McMullen
 


16. Aurelius Battaglia
very excellent , very prolific illustrator.  A lot of classic children's books to his credit. . .
 



17.Antonio Lopez
too cool..
 



18.Lowell Hess
incredible career, this guy. You can scope out his website to get 1/2 an idea...

19.George Stavrinos
Such an 80s vibe to his work. Therefore, I'm in the right mood lately to appreciate it [if you read my itemized iTunes buys in my last post, you know..)
 


20.Walter Everett
 



21. Dean Cornwell
 


22. Dick Ellescas
this guy should have more of an internet presence than he does. Awesome work...
 


23.Mark English
 




24. Bernie Fuchs
 


25.Konstantin Somov
 


26.Albert Von Keller
 


27. Julian Allen

28. Tom Adams
I have an affinity for tripptastic paperback covers from the 60s/70s/early 80s.  Tom Adams did these PLUS his covers were often for Agatha Christie stories (which I also dig very much)



29.Doug Johnson
His work has such a . . .roundness to it.
 


30. Vilmos Aba-Novak
 


31. Russell Patterson
 


32. Tom Purvis
 


33.Wilhelm Schulz
 


34. Irene Zimmerman
 


35. Eduard Thony
 


36. Marianne Stokes
 

the Princess & the Frog

37. Albert Andre

38. Rowland Wilson

 


39. Paul Hey
 


40. John Berkey

you might find this Berkey illustration more iconic--
 


but I have a soft spot for King Kong '76. I didn't get to see it back in the theaters back in the day, but I did have the ViewMaster reel and it was my utter FAAAAVE!!
 

 LOVE.

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