Waterhouse, John William (1849-1917) in 1900c. by Ralph Winwood Robinson John William Waterhouse was an English Pre-Raphaelite painter who is most famous for his paintings of female characters from Greek and Arthurian mythology.
Philip Guston "I believe it was John Cage who once told me, ‘When you start working, everybody is in your studio—the past, your friends, enemies, the art world, and above all, your own ideas—all are there. But as you continue painting, they start leaving, one by one, and you are left completely alone. Then, if you’re lucky, even you leave.’
Conrad Felixmüller, Lovers in Dresden, 1927. Conrad Felixmüller (b. 21 May 1897 in Dresden - d. 24 March 1977 in Berlin) was a German Expressionist painter. Born in as Conrad Felix Müller, he chose Felixmüller as his nom d'artiste. One of the youngest members of the New Objectivity movement, Felixmüller was also a member of the Communist Party of Germany. His paintings often deal with the social realities of Germany's Weimar Republic. He was mentor to German expressionist, Otto Dix.