Charles Francois Daubigny Cap-Griz-Nez

Charles Francois Daubigny “Cap-Griz-Nez”

Charles-François Daubigny was een Frans impressionistisch kunstschilder. Hij behoort tot de Barbizon-vernieuwers, naast Théodore Rousseau en Jean François Millet. Ook hij gaat door als een vernieuwend voorloper van het Impressionisme. bron: Wikipedia
Geboren: 15 februari 1817, Parijs, Frankrijk
Overleden: 19 februari 1878, Parijs, Frankrijk
Perioden: School van Barbizon, Realisme (kunststroming)

Hiroshi Sugimoto North Pacific

Hiroshi Sugimoto “North Pacific”

A Flickr group with works after #Hiroshi Sugimoto!

F. Debourg Richards Anglesea

F. Debourg Richards “Anglesea”

Frederick DeBourg Richards (American, 1822–1903)
“Anglesea”, New Jersey, c. 1880
Dimensions: 4.5 X 7.5 in (11.43 X 19.05 cm)
Medium: cyanotype print

Forrest Bess

Forrest Bess

Forrest Bess (1911-1977) was a fisherman who lived much of his life in isolation on the Gulf Coast of Texas. Still, for twenty mid-century years, he exhibited his paintings at Betty Parsons in New York. But his wish to exhibit his medical works based on the unification of male and female sexuality alongside his paintings was not to be realized in his lifetime.

Sculptor Robert Gober, who was invited to exhibit at the 2012 Whitney Biennial, chose to submit a curated exhibition that pays homage to Bess, to his wishes, and to a selection of his visionary paintings, journal entries and archival photographs. Where Parsons demurred, Gober’s installation offers a breathtaking look at Bess’s exhaustive writings on hermaphroditism, alchemy, mythology and mysticism as well as photo documentation of Bess’s own self-surgical procedures that morphed him into something of a pseudo-hermaphrodite.

Best of Forrest Bess, Via Robert Gober & Menil
By Catherine D. Anspon Posted 08/07/13
Menil Collection surveys brooding work of Forrest Bess, painter and visionary
“The legend of Forrest Bess (1911–77), an abstract painter and self-described “visionary” championed by New York dealer Betty Parsons in the 1950s, is endlessly intriguing. After suffering a head injury in the army, Bess moved to a fishing camp outside Bay City, Texas, where he lived as the town eccentric—painting his uncontrollable visions until his death in 1977. Curated by Clare Elliott, the artist’s first museum retrospective in nearly 25 years features some 40 paintings and a work on paper, as well as a contribution by sculptor Robert Gober, originally created for the 2012 Whitney Biennial. Gober’s selection of archival material relates to Bess’s “thesis” that becoming a hermaphrodite was the key to immortality, which led the painter to perform self-surgery in 1955.”. Read more:

Forrest Bess cabin

the studio of Forrest Bess

Chinquapin Pilgrimage: Searching for Forrest Bess
July 28th, 2013 – Robert Boyd

Frederick Evans  Sea, sky and sand

Frederick Evans “Sea, sky and sand”

FREDERICK H. EVANS (1853-1943)
“Sea and Sky and Sand”, 1899
platinum print, signed, titled and dated in ink (on the mount)
3 x 4 3/8in. (7.7 x 11.3cm.)
Price Realized $21,250 (estimate was $4,000 – $6,000)
Sale Information: Sale 2279 —The Miller-Plummer Collection of Photographs 8 October 2009 New York, Rockefeller Plaza

Gerhard Richter  Seascape

Gerhard Richter “Seascape”

Gustave de Smet Zeearend

Gustave de Smet “Zeearend”

Francine-Claire LEGRAND, « LAETHEM-SAINT-MARTIN », Encyclopædia Universalis [en ligne], consulté le 1 décembre 2014. URL :

Henry van de Velde Blankenberghe

“Bathing Huts at Blankenberge” by Henry van de Velde 1888

Technique: Oil on canvas, 71 x 100 cm

Johan Barthold Jongkind

Johan Barthold Jongkind

Jacob Maris zeegezicht

Jacob Maris zeegezicht

Zeegezicht met garnalenvisser l.o. get. 47×76 cm Naast zijn stadsgezichten en landschappen maakte de Haagse School schilder Jacob Maris ook veel strand- en zeegezichten. Hij hield van werken met jagende wolkenluchten en verstilde natuurbeelden met een zilveren licht, zoals bij vissers aan het strand.

Jacques Charlier Lettre Ocean

Jacques Charlier “Lettre Ocean”

Jan Toorop Duin en zee 1899

Jan Toorop “Duin en zee” 1899

Leon Spilliaert  de duizeling

Leon Spilliaert “de Duizeling”

Louis Victor Artan de Saint-Martin

Louis Victor Artan de Saint-Martin

Luc Delue Madrid

Luc Delue “Madrid”

M HKA – Luc Deleu – Madrid – Madrid en 80 jours par son antipode 1993

Marc Chagall  Couple Blue

Marc Chagall “Couple Blue”

Martin-d'Orgeval Pâques

Martin-d’Orgeval “Pâques”

Pâques, 2005, 8 b & w photographs, 123 x 206 cm (40,5 x 97″), Ed. 3+2

Maurice Denis The Cow Girl 1893 Indianapolis Museum of Art

Maurice Denis “The Cow Girl” 1893 Indianapolis Museum of Art

Naglfar Anselm Kiefer

“Naglfar” Anselm Kiefer

Ger van Elk

Ger van Elk (1941) “Kinselmeer #1, 1998”

Verf op cibachromeprint 39 x 154,5 x 4 cm

René Magritte Seducteur

René Magritte “Seducteur”

Rineke Dijkstra Oostende

Rineke Dijkstra “Oostende”

Oostende, Belgium, August 7, 1992, from Beach Portraits, 1992
C-print flush mounted to board. 60 2/3 x 51 1/8 in. (154.1 x 129.9 cm).
Signed and dated “Rineke Dijkstra 2000” on a certificate adhered to the reverse of the backing board. This work is from an edition of six plus two artist’s proofs.
Estimate $60,000 – 80,000 sold for $50,000

Susan Hiller, naar Marcel Broodthaers

Susan Hiller “Voyage”, naar Marcel Broodthaers

Homage to Marcel Broodthaers: “Voyage”, 2009, 16 archival dry prints, 30 x 40 cm overall

Totes Meer Michael Buthe

“Totes Meer” Michael Buthe

Michael Buthe (1944 Sonthofen/Allgäu – 1994 Köln) “Totes Meer”
1989. Acryl und Silberfolie auf Leinwand. 220 x 340cm. Signiert, betitelt und datiert rückseitig: Buthe, , 1989. Rahmen.
Ausstellungen: Städtische Sammlungen Neu Ulm 1999, Badefreuden – Strandleben und Wasserspaß von Liebermann bis Hockney, Sammlung Haag, Kat.-Nr. 29 (Abb)
Schätzpreis € 5.000,– Ergebnis € 8.125,–
248. Auktion “Moderne und Zeitgenössische Kunst/ Photographie”, Los 81, 31.05.200

Victor Sevranckx  de Haven

Victor Sevranckx “de Haven”

Werner Cuvelier De Noordzee

Werner Cuvelier “De Noordzee”

William Turner Three Seascapes

William Turner “Three Seascapes”

Joseph Mallord William Turner 1775–1851
Title “Three Seascapes” Date c.1827
Medium Oil paint on canvas
Dimensions Support: 908 x 603 mm frame: 1010 x 701 x 55 mm
Collection: Tate Acquisition Accepted by the nation as part of the Turner Bequest 1856
Reference N05491 On loan to Mu.Zee (Oostende, Belgium)

Gustave le Gray Brick au claire de Lune

Gustave le Gray “Brick au claire de Lune”

“Brick au clair de lune” est une photographie de Gustave Le Gray prise en 1856. (Brig on the Water – Gustave Le Gray)
(French, 1820–1884)
Date: 1856
Medium: Albumen silver print from glass negative
Dimensions: 32.1 x 40.5 cm (12 5/8 x 15 15/16 in. )
Classification: Photographs
Credit Line: Gift of A. Hyatt Mayor, 1976
Accession Number: 1976.645.1
In later seascapes such as The Great Wave (1857), Le Gray would famously resolve the problem of capturing both ocean and clouds by printing his seascapes from two negatives-one exposed properly for the shore and sea, the second for the sky. This first essay, however, was made with a single negative and succeeded by taking advantage of the reflective qualities of sea, as opposed to land, and by suggesting the effects of twilight or moonlight rather than bright daylight. Brig on the Water was among the most famous and widely distributed photographs of the nineteenth century, enjoying enormous success in England as well as in France. A London printseller’s advertisement in The Times in November 1856 made the incredible claim of “800 copies subscribed for in two months.”*&who=Gustave+Le+Gray&pos=1

Paul Cézanne Rocks, l’Estaque
Completion Date: c.1882
Style: Post-Impressionism
Period: Mature period
Genre: landscape
Technique: oil
Material: canvas
Dimensions: 71 x 73 cm
Gallery: Museu de Arte, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Francois Marie Banier Salvador de Bahia

Francois Marie Banier “Salvador de Bahia”

 november 30th, 2014  
 sail postie

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