Pintings For Sale - Ruben Galerme

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Phone:  15 6 457 9610
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Tree to the sea. Oil painting by Rubén Galerme.
Technical data: Oil on fiber board. measures 65 x 80 cm.
with built-in frame. Impressionist style Value: USD 860.00.

 

Field of poppies. Oil by Rubén Galerme.
Technical data: Oil on hardboard, med.: 50 x 70 cm.,
Without frame. Value: USD: 760.00

 

Twilight. Oil by Rubén Galerme.
Technical data: Oil on hardboard panel, 50 x 70 cm.
without frame or frame. Value: USD 810.00.

 

Houses by the river. Work done by Rubén Galerme.
Technical data: Oil on canvas. Measure: 70 x 90 cm. Frameless.
Style: Impressionism. I work for the sale. Value: usd: 1,150.00

 


Fog advance. Painting by Rubén Galerme.
Oil painting on hardboard with frame added in 60 x 80 cm.
Impressionist style.USD: 1295.00

 

 

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Lyrical abstraction Lea Nikel

Lea Nikel ( born 1918, died 2005) was an Israeli abstract artist
Lea Nikel (Lea Nikelsberg) was born in Zhitomir, Ukraine, in 1918. Her family immigrated to British-administered Palestine in 1920. She had one sister, Sara (Bock), who was born in 1926. She began studying with painter Chaim Gliksberg in Tel Aviv in 1935, later studying with Yechezkel Streichman and Avigdor Stematsky. From 1961 to 1977, Nikel lived in Greenwich Village (one year), Rome (three years) and New York (four years), before returning to Israel in 1977. She was married to Sam Leiman and had one daughter, Ziva Hanan. She lived in Moshav Kidron.Nikel held her first solo exhibition at Chemerinsky Art Gallery in Tel Aviv and her first solo show in Paris at Galerie Colette Allendy in 1957. She took part in numerous international group exhibitions, including the Venice Biennale in 1964. The Tel Aviv Museum of Art organized a retrospective exhibition of her paintings in 2005. Nikel continued to paint until just a few days before her death in September 2005.Nikel's style was a form of expressionistic abstraction sometimes called lyrical abstraction. She painted with a brusque, generous touch and favored high-keyed colors. She was known for buoyant compositions consisting of rough-edged blocks of color and scribbly, calligraphic lines that together conveyed a sense of imaginative excitement and urgent sensuousness

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lynne Mapp Drexler

Lynne Mapp Drexler (1928–1999) was an American abstract and representational artist, who was a painter and photographer.Lynne Drexler was born and raised in the Newport News, Virginia area.Her parents were Lynne P. and Norman E. Drexler, who was a manager at a public utility. At the age of 11 she was an only child and had been living in Raleigh Terrace, Elizabeth City (now Hampton), Virginia. She began painting as a child. Later, Drexler took art classes in Virginia at the Richmond Professional Institute and at the College of William and Mary.
She moved to New York City in the mid to late 1950s to further her study art under Robert Motherwell at Hunter College and Hans Hofmann, under their tutelage she developed an interest in Abstract Expressionism. Motherwell taught her composition and draftsmanship techniques and the philosophy «that to be an artist meant first and foremost that one had to create work worthy of attention». Her tendency to create vibrant paintings using a free brush stroke was influenced by Hofman and the work of Henri Matisse. Hofman also introduced the notion that composition is influenced by color, which he called the «push-pull» concept..

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Modern sculpture Lenton Parr

Lenton Parr (11 September 1924 – 8 August 2003) was an Australian sculptor and teacher Born in East Coburg, Victoria Lenton Parr spent eight years in the Royal Australian Air Force before enrolling to study sculpture at the Royal Melbourne Technical College (now RMIT University), then worked in England 1955–57 as an assistant to Henry Moore. There he was influenced by Reg Butler and Eduardo Paolozzi to work with enamelled steel structures, which was to become his lifelong specialty. After his return to Melbourne he showed at Peter Bray Gallery in 1957, and embarked on a career in art education which culminated in his appointment as director (1974–84) of the Victorian College of the Arts.He was a member of the Victorian Sculptors' Society and its seventh president. Around 1960 he joined with Clifford Last, Inge King, Vincas Jomantas and Teisutis Zikaras to form a splinter group which exhibited together as the 'Centre Five'. In 1967 the group split from the Society, which never recovered from the departure of so many of its prominent members.In 1977 he was invested with the Order of Australia for his services to sculpture and the arts. He was awarded Honorary Doctorate in Arts (RMIT University) in 1992. A major monograph on his work was published in 1999.The Lenton Parr Library (Lenton Parr Music, Visual and Performing Arts Library—formerly Victorian College of the Arts Library) of the University of Melbourne was named for him.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Marilyn Monroe - Black Series 1956 - Milton H. Greene

 Milton H. Greene (March 14, 1922 – August 8, 1985) was an American fashion and celebrity photographer and film and television producer, best known for his photo shoots with Marilyn Monroe.Greene initially established himself in high fashion photography in the 1940s and 1950s. His fashion shots appeared in Harper's Bazaar and Vogue. Greene then turned to portraits of celebrities. He photographed many high-profile personalities in the 1950s and 1960s, including Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Sinatra, Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Ava Gardner, Sammy Davis, Jr., Catherine Deneuve, Marlene Dietrich, and Judy Garland.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Abstract painting - Harold Zisla

Harold Zisla (June 28, 1925 – March 18, 2016) was an American abstract expressionist painter and art educator. In 1968 he became the founding chair of the Fine Arts Department at Indiana University South Bend, where he taught until his retirement in 1989.Zisla graduated from the Cleveland School of Art and Western Reserve University. He moved to South Bend, Indiana in 1952, where he worked first as a designer at Uniroyal. He directed the South Bend Art Center (now the South Bend Museum of Art) from 1957 to 1966, prior to accepting the professorship at what was then called the South Bend-Mishawaka Campus of Indiana University. Four-year degree programs had just been authorized in 1965, and Zisla had the responsibility of hiring new faculty.
Zisla said about painting that it «should be, more than anything else, a liberation into the spirit of the artist, and to have presence, impact, dynamism, freedom from the trite, the contrived, the boringly dead.» Paintings, he said, «must be alive.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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John Saccaro - abstract expresionism

John Saccaro (1913-1981) was born in San Francisco, and was a camoufleur in France in the Army during WWII.
He began his artistic career working for the Federal Arts Project in the Murals Section at Treasure Island in the 1930s.  In 1939, at the age of 25, he was given a solo show at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and in 1954, he graduated from the California School of Fine Arts (now the San Francisco Art Institute).  Saccaro later went on to teach at UCLA from 1963 to 1964.
Around 1955, Saccaro began to paint in the manner for which he is best known, using a slashing, angular brush work that bears resemblance to the gestural canvases of Kline.  He called these paintings «sensory raids,» defining sensorism as «the scrape, slash, and violence of the sensory.»
Saccaro's bright palette contrasted to the earth tones and monochromes more common among San Francisco artists at the time.  He was a major contributor to the San Francisco School of Abstract Expressionism, and his works appear in the book of the same name by Susan Landauer (published by UC Press in 1996).  Saccaro's work has been featured in several West Coast exhibitions, including shows at the San Francisco Museum of Art, de Young Museum, and Oakland Museum

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Black and white photography Pedro Luis Raota

«Pedro Luis Raota was one of the 20th century's most important photographers. Since his first recognition in 1958, he garnered over 150 international awards and honors for his exceptional work in the humanitarian genre. His photographs have been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and are included in public and private collections around the world.
Raota's unique and memorable talent for capturing the depth of human spirit in his photographs has brought him comparisons to other legendary photographers. Like Dorothea Lange or W. Eugene Smith, this Argentinian master presents haunting portraits of a stricken humanity. Other photographs are filled with joy or comical confrontations, spontaneous „decisive moments“ akin to Cartier-Bresson or Robert Doisneau. There is a rare focused intensity of spirit in nearly all Raota's portraits, which has been compared to the work of Paul Strand. In the final analysis however, these extraordinary images step beyond comparisons to other photographers and stand apart as powerful masterpieces, unique and singularly moving.»

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Artistic and experimental photography Zofia Rydet

«Her photographs are deceptively simple, taking an intimate, direct approach to her subject, trailing main tropes of Pictorialism, painting during the Young Poland period, abstraction and surrealism, and applying them to photography. ofia Rydet's images of children and rural families in Poland from the 1960s and 1970s are among the insightful and well-executed photographic series of postwar Poland. Born on the 5th of May 1911 in Stanisławowo, she became a member of the Gliwice Photography Association in 1954. There she met Jerzy Lewczyński link opens page in new window, Władysław Jasieński and Piotr Janik, photographers who were active in documenting changes of postwar Poland and the implementation of socialist ideals in urban planning and society.»

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Constructivism Art Robert Klippel

Robert Klippel  (19 June 1920 – 19 June 2001) was an Australian constructivist sculptor and teacher. He is often described in contemporary art literature as Australia's greatest sculptor. Throughout his career he produced some 1,300 pieces of sculpture and approximately 5,000 drawings.
Klippel's work commonly utilized an extraordinary diversity of junk materials: wood, stone, plastic toy kits, wooden pattern parts, typewriter machinery, industrial piping and machine parts, as well as bronze, silver, oils, photography, collage and paper. He is also notable for the great diversity of scale of his work, from intricate whimsical structures in metal to the large wooden assemblages of the 1980s. His mature work was usually untitled, being distinguished by simple number sequences.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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