11.19.2012

ARRANGEMENTS part 2




Above: Winifred Nicholson (1893-1981), "Blue Hyacinths in a Winter Landscape".


Above: Milton Avery (1885-1965), "White Pitcher", 1946


Above: Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964), "Still Life", 1951


Above: Andrew Lord (b. 1950), "Swallowing", 1998



Above: Objects on shelves in our Studio.


Above: William Nicholson (1872-1949), "The Trailed Jug", 1917. Nicholson's son is the artist Ben Nicholson. Ben Nicholson married Winifred Nicholson, one of my favorite painters, whose "Blue Hyacinths" started this post.


Above: William Nicholson (1872-1949), "Scottish Still Life"


Above: This is by William Nicholson's son, Ben Nicholson (1894-1982),  "1943-45, St. Ives, Cornwall". Ben Nicholson is better known for his abstract work.


Above: Harold Gilman (1876-1919), "Still Life of White Cup, Saucer, and Jug on a Table", 1917-18.


Above: Anne Redpath (1895-1965), "The Blue Tablecloth", 1940


Above: William Scott (1913-1989) Still Life, Collection National Museums, Northern Ireland.


Above: Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964), still life, 1962


Above: Nicolas de Stael (1914-1955), "Atelier Vert"1954.


Above: Alec Soth (b. 1969) from his project "Sleeping by the Mississippi"


Above: Georges Braque (1882-1963) "The Yellow Napkin", 1935.


Above: Georges Braque (1882-1963) "Still Life with Lemons and Pipe", 1950. Interesting to see how Braques style evolved in the 15 years between these two paintings.


Above: Alice Neel (1900-1984), "Still Life (Breakfast Table)", 1965.


Above: Mary Fedden (1915-2012), "Still Life with Amaryllis and Fruit on a Chair", 1980


Above: Sir Matthew Smith, "Lilies in a Vase", 1914


Above: Robert M. Kulicke (1924-2007), "Vase of Flowers". Kulicke is best known for his work as a framer. He is the inventor of the simple plexiglass box frame, and a welded aluminum frame that allowed consumers to frame art work for themselves. In 1951 he opened Kulicke Frames, becoming friendly with abstract expressionists like Robert Motherwell and Franz Kline, who asked him to design thin frames they thought suited their work.  He started painting his small still life subjects after being exposed to 300 works by Morandi that he was commissioned to make frames for. The small Morandi paintings of bottles gave him the confidence to work on small paintings with modest subjects. You can read more in this obituary written by Roberta Smith for the NY Times.


Above: William Coldstream (1908-1987), Window in Hampstead, 1981


Above: From the book "Bringing Nature Home", by Ngoc Minh Ngo, arrangements by Nicolette Owen of the Little Flower School in Brooklyn.


Above: Claudio Bravo (1936-2011), "Carafes", 1987, oil on canvas.


Above: Alex Katz (b. 1927), "Still Life With Pitcher", 1950s


Above: Charles Mahoney, British Surrealist, "Still Life With Snakes and Ladder Board".


Above: Charles Mahoney, "Still Life With Landscape", 1959.


Above: Jonas Wood (b. 1977)


Above: Jonas Wood (b. 1977)



Above: Haim Steinbach (b. 1944), "Oz", 2009. Plastic laminated wood shelf, mount rabbit, rubber dog chew.


Above: Haim Steinbach (b. 1944), "Global Proportions", 2007


Above: Piero Golia (b. 1974), "Yellow Barbeque Cube", 2005


Above: William Scott (1913-1989), "Frying Pan and Eggs", 1949


Above: William Scott (1913-1989), "Table Still Life", 1951


Above: Photo by William Scott (1913-1989), "Still Life in a Frame", 1956


Above: Irving Penn (1917-2009), "Still Life With Onion Skin, New York", 1947


Above: Craigie Horsefield (b. 1949), "Three Garlic Bulbs, Cabbage Leaf", 2003, Dry Print


Above: Gerhard Richter (b. 1932), "Two Candles", 1982


Above: Evelyn Hofer, "My Telphone in the Tawaraya Inn Kyoto, Japan", 1985


Above: Francisco de Zubaran (1598-1664), "A Cup of Water and a Rose", 1630


Above: Odilon Redon (1840-1916), "La Coquille", 1912.


Above: Milton Avery (1885-1965), "Pink Still Life", 1938.


Above: Vanessa Bell "Still Life with Quill Pens", 1948-1950, Bryan Ferry Collection


Above: Robert Kulicke (1924-2007), "Zinnias in a Glass Jar", 1985, 10" x 8.5", oil on masonite.


Above: Robert Kulicke (1924-2007), "Flowers on a Dark Background", 1960, 8" x 7.25", oil on board.


Above: George Leslie Hunter (1877-1931), "The Pink Tablecloth".


Above: Elizabeth Peyton (b. 1965), "Still Life", 2007-2008


Above: Elizabeth Peyton (b. 1965), "Pati", 2007. It looks like a photo of Patti Smith in the background, but according to the Guardian it's Peyton's friend Pati Hertling.


Above: From the book "Bringing Nature Home", by Ngoc Minh Ngo, arrangements by Nicolette Owen of the Little Flower School in Brooklyn.


Above: Winifred Nicholson (1893-1981), "Nursery Bunch", 1927



Above: Leanne Shapton, from her NY Times blog, "Tuesday Blooms". This is "Dahlias From the Angel Tube Station Flower Stall", London, December 6 2005.



Above: S.J. Peploe (1871-1935) "Still Life with Books". 



Above: Rachel Whiteread (b. 1963), "Vessel", 2008. Plaster, pigment, resin, wood, and steel.


Above: Rachel Whiteread (b. 1963), "Untitled, (Colours)", 2002. This is a still life of the negative spaces left in a bookshelf, the spaces that the books don't take up.


Above: Unknown


Above: Gabriella Soraci, "Three Books", 2008


Above: William Nicholson (1872-1949), "Books and Things", 1920.


Above: William Nicholson (1872-1949), "The Silver Casket", 1919


Above: Evelyn Hofer, "Marianne Moore's Gloves", 1983.


Above: Edouard Manet (1832-1883), "A Bouquet of Violets", 1872.


Above: Pierre Bonnard "Still Life with Plum Pits", 1932


Above: James Bratby (1928-1992), "Still Life With Chip Frier", 1954


Above: Richard Diebenkorn (1922-1993)


Above: George Leslie Hunter (1877-1931), "Still Life, Ginger Jar and Fruit"1920's-30's.


Above: Ann Wyeth McCoy (1915-2005), "Yellow Flowers in Vase", 2003.


Above: Winifred Nicholson (1893-1981), "Blackthorn and Yew", 1950


Above: Unknown painting, from this post on remodelista.


Above: Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), "Verre et Pichet", 1944


Above: Patrick Heron, "The Long Table With Fruit", 1949.


Above: Odilon Redon (1840-1916)


Above: Paul Wonner (1920-2008), "Dutch Still Life With Lemon Tart and Engagement Calendar", 1979.


Above: Claes Oldenberg (born 1929), "Pastry Case I", 1961-62


Above: Maira Kalman, "Morlondo and Gariglio", 2011



Above: Maira Kalman, from "The Pursuit of Happiness"blog on the NY Times, January 29th 2009.


Above: Winifred Nicholson (1893-1981), "Autumn Flowers on Mantelpiece", 1932.


Above: Jonas Wood



Above: Henri Matisse, Still Life With Seashell", 1940


Above: From the book "Bringing Nature Home", by Ngoc Minh Ngo, arrangements by Nicolette Owen of the Little Flower School in Brooklyn.


Above: Jonas Wood


Above and Below: B. Wurtz at Metro Pictures, 2011




Above: Laura Letinsky, "Untitled #5", ( from the To Say It Isn't So series), 2006.


Above: Laura Letinsky, "Untitled #92" (from the I Did Not Remember I Had Forgotten series), 2004.


Above: Gerhard Richter (born 1932), "Flowers", 1994, oil on canvas.