8.11.2011

LUSH GREENS

Refreshing greens for a summer day...

Above: Sonia Delaunay, watercolor on paper, 1924


Above: Henri Matisse "Trivaux Pond" 1916/1917, Collection of the Tate Museum


Above: Henri Matisse "Seated Nude" 1925, Private collection, photograph by Marina Schinz


Above: Richard Serra "Untitled" 1971, Private collection, photograph by Marina Schinz


Above: by Lucio Fontana, Concept Spatiale.


Above: Via bldgspace


Above: Henri Matisse "Laurette in a Green Robe (Black Background)", 1916, Metropolitan Museum


Above: Cy Twombly "Untitled Parts III and IV" 1988, oil and water based paint on wood panel.


Above: From World of Interiors "The House of Whispers". Located in Tangier,  designed by architect Roberto Peregalli. Photo by Roland Beaufre.


Above: Gustav Klimt "Pond at Schloss Kammer on the Attersee", 1909, Private collection


 Above: Peacock

Above: Joan Mitchell "After April, Bernie", 1987


Above: Claude Monet, "Water Lilies", 1906, Collection Art Institute of Chicago


Above: Photo by Miguel Flores-Vianna


Above: Mossy forest


Above: David Hockney painting in Woldgate Wood, East Yorkshire, May 17 2006. Photo by Jean-Pierre Goncalves


Above: Neil Jenney "Here and There", 1969


Above: Pages from E. Seguy's "Code Universal Des Couleurs"


Above: Fibers dyed by Australian botanical alchemist India Flint.


Above: Weaving made from Liriope strands and string


Above: Alice Neel "Priscilla Johnson", 1966, Collection The Speed Art Museum.


Above: Paul Gauguin "Still Life With Three Puppies", 1888


Above: Freshly picked olives in a bucket


Above: Kitchen in Senegal

Above: Maira Kalman from her NY Times blog "And the Pursuit of Happiness".


Above: Pablo Picasso, "Green Still Life", 1914


Above: Joan Miro, "Gentleman", 1924


Above: "Green Interior", 2002, photo by Michael Eastman


Above: Attributed to Fyodor Petrovich Tolstoy (1783-1873), "Interior with Woman Sewing", 1820s.  From the Metropolitan Museum Show "Room With a View, The Open Window in the 19th Century".


Above: Attributed to Martin Drolling (1752-1817), "Interior With View of Saint Eustache", 1810. From the Metropolitan Museum Show "Room With a View, The Open Window in the 19th Century".


Above: Balenciaga Salon photographed by Mark Shaw, 1954


Above: Kees van Dongen "Lady in a Black Hat", 1908


Above: Piece by Eileen Quinlan


Above: Green mineral found on tumblr


Above: Helen Frankenthaler "Spring Veil" 1986, Etching, aquatint, and drypoint on paper.


Above: Aurora Borealis


Above: Reinhard Pantke, Iceland


Above: James McNeill Whistler, "Nocturne: Blue and Gold - Old Battersea Bridge", 1872-1875


Above: Sir John Everett Millais (1829-1896), " Ophelia", 1852, Collection Tate Museum


Above: James McNeill Whistler, "Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket" 1875


Above: Peter Doig "Grande Riviere", 2001-2002 Detail


Above: Milton Avery "Dog by the Sea", 1941


Above: Claude Monet "The Green Wave" 1866-67, oil on canvas, collection Metropolitan Museum.


Above: Edouard Manet "The Balcony" 1868-1869


 Above: Canal in Amsterdam


Above: Bamboo forest in China


Above: Villa hotel Dar Louisa, Palmeraie area, Marrakech, Morocco


Above: Ken Price from show at Brooke Alexander April 2010


 Above: Maira Kalman from her NY times blog "And the Pursuit of Happiness"


 Above: Maira Kalman, from her NY Times blog "And the Pursuit of Happiness".


Above: Charles Burchfield "Road and Sky", 1917

 Above: Sheila Hicks, "Fallen Tree, Floating (green, gold)", 2009 Cotton, silk



Above: Henri Matisse detail from "The Eskimo" 1947, gouache on paper.

10 comments:

  1. Nicole Foos8/14/11, 6:15 PM

    An absolute feast for the eyes as always! xx

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  2. BEYOND love this Laura!!! I would love to have you come by for tea some morning or a walk to catch up. I am painting on canvas and very happy to have gotten the ball rollin'. Hope you and your family are well. xo, Marina.

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  3. So lovely for a summer's day. Thanks for all the beautiful images and introducing me to some paintings I haven't seen before. xx

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  4. Thank you, Laura! Brooke and I are loving your blogs. X-Chad

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  5. so beautiful and inspiring thank you

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  6. every image just gorgeous and that color...fabulous in every shade. Thank you, Cathy
    Kate Register's Mother

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  7. I have a thing for green myself and about half those artworks were rather important to me: http://www.jeffjahn.com/soloshows.htm

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  8. Sublime. I could live in a world of only green. Thank you for this sumptuous collection.

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  9. You transformed that room into a beautiful living environment. Wonderful. And the greens...I love every image you included.

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  10. A girl after my own heart. A lovely collection of images.Thank you, Laura!

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