Gwendoline John

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Gwen John (British, 1876-1939). Girl reading at the window, 1911. Museum of Modern Art, New York, US

Girl Reading at the Window, 1911 - Gwen John - WikiArt.org

‘Girl Reading at the Window’ was created in 1911 by Gwen John in Post-Impressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of genre painting at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

(not identified), Gwen John

not identified - Gwen John - WikiArt.org

‘not identified’ was created by Gwen John in Post-Impressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Girl with Bare Shoulders, 1909 Gwen John

Self Portrait, c.1907 - c.1909 - Gwen John - WikiArt.org

‘Self Portrait’ was created in c.1909 by Gwen John in Post-Impressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of self-portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Gwen John - portrait of Chloe Boughton-Leigh Gwendalin Mary John was Welsh artist who worked in France for most of her career. She is noted for her still life and for her portrait especially of anonymous female sitter. John Was an artist's model for ( later the lover of ) sculptor Auguste Rodin.

It's About Time

. Gwen John (British painter, 1876-1939) A Seated Girl Gwendolen Mary John (1876 – 1939) was a Welsh artist who worked in France for most of her career. She is noted for her still lifes & for her portraits, especially of anonymous female sitters. John was an artist's model for (later the lover of) sculptor Auguste Rodin. Gwen John (British painter, 1876-1939) A Seated Woman John's earliest surviving work dates from her 19th year. From 1895 to 1898, she studied at the Slade School of Art…

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Girl with a Blue Scarf - Gwen John

Girl with a Blue Scarf, c.1923 - c.1924 - Gwen John - WikiArt.org

‘Girl with a Blue Scarf’ was created in c.1924 by Gwen John in Post-Impressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

A Lady Reading — Gwen John

A Lady Reading — Gwen John

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Self portrait, Gwen John

That's LIFE: the women He loved, Augustus John

. the handsome John in 1899, painting by Sir William Orfen Ida Nettleship with Gwen John, an artist in her own right, Augustus' sister. at far left of drawing is a friend- drawing by Augustus John 1897. 1st wife Ida, with the couple's baby (they had five sons) Ida with sister Gwen, Augustus, & their 1st child (at the time Ida & John were married) Dorelia at r. painted by John after Ida died giving birth- Dorelia & John married Dorelia (at right) painted by Gwen John-(Gwen-Self Portrait, at…

not identified - Gwen John

not identified - Gwen John - WikiArt.org

‘not identified’ was created by Gwen John in Post-Impressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Your Paintings - Gwen John paintings

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Gwen John's Interior with figures, showing Ida [Nettleship] in the pink dress

Victorian Girls on the Loose in Paris.

An Adventure in the art capital of Europe. A class at the Ecole des Beaux Arts The significance of artistic Paris in the last decade of the nineteenth century is difficult to overestimate. Writers and painters flocked there from all over Europe in search of greater freedom and opportunity; the launch of the Salon de Refusés and proliferation of dealers and smaller galleries offered a tantalising glimpse of avant-garde success unthinkable at home. The 1880s and 90s had seen the star of…

'Chloë Boughton-Leigh', Gwen John, 1904–8 | Tate

‘Chloë Boughton-Leigh’, Gwen John, 1904–8 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Chloë Boughton-Leigh’, Gwen John, 1904–8 on display at Tate Britain. Gwen John trained at the Slade School of Art in London. She settled in Paris in 1904, working as a model and immersing herself in the artistic world of the city. She lived in France for the rest of her life, exhibiting on both sides of the Channel. The portrait shown here is of Chloë Boughton-Leigh, a close friend of the artist. It was likely painted in John’s attic room and studio in Paris. The subtle…