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shomwatala:  regram @artnewsafrica Repost from @jasnyt “Willie Gee”-Robert Henri, oil on canvas, 1904 #art #painting #portrait

regram @artnewsafrica Repost from @jasnyt “Willie Gee”-Robert Henri, oil on canvas, 1904 #art #painting #portrait

Tennis Tournament | George Wesley Bellows | oil painting

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ART & ARTISTS: Ashcan School – Robert Henri part 5

Robert Henri (1865 – 1929) was an American painter and teacher. He was a leading figure of the Ashcan School in art. For biographical notes on Henri see part 1. For earlier works see parts 1-4. This is part 5 of 6-part post on the works of Robert Henri: 1916 The Laundress oil on canvas 90 x 74 cm 1916 Young Buck of the Tesuque Pueblo oil on canvas 61 x 50.8 cm 1917 Gregorita with the Santa Clara Bowl oil on canvas 1917 Juanita oil on canvas 61.3 x 50.8 cm 1917 Juanita oil on canvas 81.3 x 66…

Rosaleen Oil Painting Reproduction on Canvas By Robert Henri

Rosaleen is a famous oil painting, originally by American artist Robert Henri in 1928, with the style of new realism. The painting now is collected by Orlando Museum of Art. This kind of portrait oil paintings is very common in visual art. Besides, recommend you to view other painting artworks from Robert Henri. Dream to have a better art reproduction of this 20 Century painting for home decoration or gift giving? Please send your inquiry to us if interested. Each painting reproduction of…

William Glackens

William Glackens was painter, illustrator and member of The Eight. At the beginning of his career, Glackens painted scenes of middle-class life and used a rich, dark palette; in later years, he favored still lifes and studio scenes, his colors reflecting the influence of Pierre Auguste Renoir.