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Gabriele d'Annunzio, il poeta in esilio, 1912 - Romaine Brooks Romaine Brooks, Man Ray, Marchesa, James Mcneill Whistler, Oil On Canvas, Canvas Prints, Centre Pompidou, Giovanni Boldini, Fauvism

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Death and the Peasant (La Mort et la Paysanne) by Romaine Brooks. Search the Smithsonian American Art museum collection, one of the world's largest and most inclusive collections of art made in the United States. Romaine Brooks, Drawing Sketches, Drawings, French Artists, S Pic, American Art, Female Art, Art Inspo, Line Art

Death and the Peasant (La Mort et la Paysanne)

Death and the Peasant (La Mort et la Paysanne) by Romaine Brooks. Search the Smithsonian American Art museum collection, one of the world's largest and most inclusive collections of art made in the United States.

Renata Borgatti, Au Piano detail, 1920 Smithsonian American Art Museum, gift of the artist Romaine Brooks Large image: HERE . Renata Borgatti a concert pianist, had a brief love affair. Romaine Brooks, Tilda Swinton, Women Artist, James Mcneill Whistler, Portraits, Renoir, French Artists, Classical Music, Art Music

American Expatriate Romaine Brooks 1874-1970

Romaine Brooks, (American expatriate artist, 1874-1970) Self Portrait 1905 Known for her androgynous female portraits in shades of grey, green, black, & white, Romaine Brooks was an American citizen who spent much of her early life in Paris fleeing from the emotional abuse of her insane mother & brother. Romaine Brooks, (American expatriate artist, 1874-1970) Self Portrait 1912 Romaine Brooks, (American expatriate artist, 1874-1970) Self Portrait at the Sea 1914 She was born Beatrice Romaine…

It Makes the Dead Sing by Romaine Brooks. Search the Smithsonian American Art museum collection, one of the world's largest and most inclusive collections of art made in the United States. Whistler, Romaine Brooks, Drawing Sketches, Drawings, Nature Drawing, Portraits, Pastel Drawing, Museum Collection, French Artists

It Makes the Dead Sing

It Makes the Dead Sing by Romaine Brooks. Search the Smithsonian American Art museum collection, one of the world's largest and most inclusive collections of art made in the United States.

Romaine Brook's haunting "automatic" line drawings, some of the last works that she ever produced. In 1930, while recuperating with a sprained leg, she began this series of drawings of humans, angels, demons, animals, and monsters, all formed out of continuous curved lines (a method she had perhaps borrowed from Cocteau). She said that when she started a line she didn't know where it would go, and that the drawings "evolved from the subconscious without premeditation." Romaine Brooks, Modern Prints, Brush Strokes, Line Drawing, Great Artists, Contemporary Art, Curved Lines, Map, Peta

Romaine Brook's haunting "automatic" line drawings, some of the last works that she ever produced. In 1930, while recuperating with a sprained leg, she began this series of drawings of humans, angels, demons, animals, and monsters, all formed out of continuous curved lines (a method she had perhaps borrowed from Cocteau). She said that when she started a line she didn't know where it would go, and that the drawings "evolved from the subconscious without premeditation."

Lisa McLain opens "Not Really OR Do I?" at the Romaine Brooks Gallery - Pride Center of the Capital Region Whistler, Romaine Brooks, Portraits, Occult, Les Oeuvres, Lisa, Pride, Dance, Gallery

Lisa McLain opens "Not Really OR Do I?" at the Romaine Brooks Gallery - Pride Center of the Capital Region

November 1st opens a new show at the Pride Center‘s Romaine Brooks Gallery. In conjunction with 1st Friday Albany the Romaine Brooks will debut Lisa McLain’s show “Not Really OR Do I?” (works in ash, bergamont, and kitten dust) with a reception from 5pm – 9pm Lisa brings her stunning, sometimes perplexing and always intriguing works to the…Read More