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Martin Lewis, Spring Night, Greenwich Village, drypoint and sandpaper ground, 1930 Norman Rockwell, Rockwell Kent, Greenwich Village, Nocturne, Drypoint Etching, Illustration Art, Illustrations, Edward Hopper, American Art

drypoint etchings – Ephemeral New York

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Daniel Day-Lewis as Newland Archer and Michelle Pfeiffer as Countess Ellen Olenska in 'The Age of Innocence', designed by Dante Ferretti (directed by Martin Scorsese) The Age Of Innocence, Victorian Costume, Victorian Era, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, The Witches Of Eastwick, Gangs Of New York, Daniel Day, Moda Masculina

The Enchanted Garden

Art, Elegance, Period Dramas, Vintage Fashion, Historical Costumes, Vintage Illustrations, Details of Paintings, Costume Dramas ...

The illustrations of Walt Louderback are filled with an atmosphere of romance and drama. Like Dean Cornwell Louderback worked. Vintage Illustration Art, Illustration Artists, Traditional Paintings, Traditional Art, Classic Paintings, Portrait Art, Portraits, Before Us, Figurative Art

Walt Louderback: Painterly Illustrator

Walt Louderback (1887-1941) "mailed it in" during much of the 1920s and 1930s when he was living in France and his publisher customers were in the United States. Very little in the way of biographical information regarding Louderback seems to be on the Internet other than here along with this snippet on the Kelly Collection site. I find this unfortunate, because Louderback was successful in his day and painted in a thick, direct style that I am fond of: Many of his illustrations from the…

Moonlight Etchings of the Forgotten Artist who Taught Edward Hopper. Martin Lewis taught Hopper how to etch and Hopper said it was etching which made him the painter we know. Edward Hopper, Harlem Renaissance, Norman Rockwell, American Modern, American Art, Museum Of Modern Art, Art Museum, Photos Rares, Drypoint Etching

MoMA's Next Exhibit Questions: "What Is Uniquely American?"

A new exhibition looks at city life with fresh eyes.

The Great Shadow 1925 Martin Lewis Born: Castlemain, Australia 1881 Died: New York, New York 1962 drypoint on paper Norman Rockwell, Rockwell Kent, Art And Illustration, Ink Illustrations, Nocturne, Etching Prints, Scratchboard, American Art, Painting & Drawing

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Art is a journey into the most unknown thing of all - oneself. Nobody knows his own frontiers… I...

La Belle Ferronnière by Michael Goro - etching/engraving Sketching Tips, Academic Art, Ink Illustrations, International Artist, Urban Art, Printmaking, Illustrators, Graphic Art, Art Drawings

La Belle Ferronnière (2009)

Etching / Engraving on Paper From a limited edition of 35 Size: 34.02 x 24.02 in (unframed) Signed and numbered on the front Style: Impressionistic Subject: Architecture and cityscapes etching/engraving

Martin Lewis Subway Steps drypoint on paper, x cm (plate). Collection of Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC, USA. Drypoint Etching, Art Et Illustration, Harlem Renaissance, Art Graphique, Wood Engraving, American Art, American History, Painting & Drawing, Art Museum

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New York Nocturne - Stow Wengenroth - Lithograph: Nyc City Art, Artist 1881 1962 Rockwell Kent, Norman Rockwell, Edward Hopper, Nocturne, Haunted Tree, Modern Artists, City Art, American Artists, Architecture

Martin Lewis, print-maker, artist (1881-1962)

Martin Lewis, no, not that Martin Lewis, was a New York artist, originally from Australia. He had an extraordinary understanding of the play of light and shadow and created amazing night scenes. A photographer's eye. No, a cinematographer's. He seemed to have a love affair with the night or twilight. But he also etched, or painted, marvelous scenes with almost no shadows as well. Just magic. I learned about Martin Lewis from one of the great brochures I received from The Old Print Shop…

[Shadows-Garage-at-Night-Drypoint-Martin-Lewis.jpg] from The Great Gatsby Era : Martin LEWIS, printmaker Rockwell Kent, Norman Rockwell, Greenwich Village, Davidson Galleries, Dark City, Skyline, Landscape Prints, Gravure, American Artists

Painter: Lewis Martin - Part 5 - Links

Open your mind, your heart to other cultures Abra su mente, su corazón a otras culturas You will be a better person Usted será una mejor...

View Dock Workers under the Brooklyn Bridge by Martin Lewis on artnet. Browse more artworks Martin Lewis from Allinson Gallery, Inc. Rockwell Kent, Norman Rockwell, Edward Hopper, Success And Failure, Landscape Prints, Gravure, Brooklyn Bridge, American Art, Les Oeuvres

MARTIN LEWIS Dock Workers Under the Brooklyn Bridge.

MARTIN LEWIS Dock Workers Under the Brooklyn Bridge. Aquatint and etching, 1916-18

'Night in New York' by Australian-born American artist & printmaker Martin Lewis Etching, x in. Collection of Dr. via Art History News Rockwell Kent, Norman Rockwell, Edward Hopper, Caricatures, Just Magic, Success And Failure, Harlem Renaissance, Les Oeuvres, Art History

Martin Lewis, print-maker, artist (1881-1962)

Martin Lewis, no, not that Martin Lewis, was a New York artist, originally from Australia. He had an extraordinary understanding of the play of light and shadow and created amazing night scenes. A photographer's eye. No, a cinematographer's. He seemed to have a love affair with the night or twilight. But he also etched, or painted, marvelous scenes with almost no shadows as well. Just magic. I learned about Martin Lewis from one of the great brochures I received from The Old Print Shop…

MARTIN LEWIS The Orator, Madison Square. Etching, sand ground and routlette printed in dark, brownish black on cream laid paper, Edward Hopper, Greenwich Village, Art Students League, Success And Failure, Skyline, The Orator, Snowy Day, Madison Square, Gravure

Painter: Lewis Martin - Part 5 - Links

Open your mind, your heart to other cultures Abra su mente, su corazón a otras culturas You will be a better person Usted será una mejor...