Your search for "Alexander Nemerov" returned 8 entries.

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Posted 06/17/16

Dennis Miller, Helen Keller, Bunker

Is it just me or is Dennis Miller Bunker's painting Wild Asters more than beautiful (Fig. 1)? The blue stream rushes under us, grasses bending in the current, and the streamside bushes spray on either bank. The natural world is so near, we can hear and smell it-the trill of the water and the scent of the asters and grass and even of the sun.

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Posted 12/12/14

Thomas Cole's Hat

or What is it to be an artist?

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Posted 09/08/14

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Posted 06/05/12

The glitter of Night Hauling: Andrew Wyeth in the 1940s

How do we account for the strangeness of Andrew Wyeth's art of the 1940s? How, that is, beyond discerning the surrealist undertones, finding the magic realist affinities, or seeing that Wyeth followed in a Brandywine tradition whose oddity was firmly established by Howard Pyle.

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Posted 01/01/11

George Ault and 1940s America

What does it mean for an artist to make a world?  Consider the case of George Ault, and more especially of Black Night: Russell’s Corners (Fig. 1), a painting he made in 1943 in Woodstock, New York, where he moved in 1937 and lived until his death eleven years later.

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Posted 11/13/09

American artists as they saw themselves

November 2009 | American artists had to grapple with the nature of their role and their identity in society

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PUBLISHED 12/31/69

George Ault and 1940s America

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