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Amy Crehore


Hashiguchi Goyō


Pal C. Molnar


Fuco Ueda


Three Beauties (1793)


Yakuza Poster


Ryan Heshka's Electroladylux


Mieko Minazumi


Snow 1939


Thurston The Great


Betty Boop


Spring by Kawase Hasui (1925)


Bather Arranging Her Hair by Renoir (1885)


Girl by the Sea 1990

Art Blogs
Alive in Kyoto
Art Deco
Art Dorks
Bedazzled!
Bibi's box
Chunglern
Coudal Partners
Cipango
Datajunkie
Drawn!
Exclamation Mark
Fimoculous
Glubibulga
Growabrain
Indigo Blog
Japonisme
Little Hokum Rag
Malanda
Neurastenia
Nucleus
Penny Dreadful
PCL
Plep
RetroGrafix
RaShOmoN
Schaukasten
Scout Report
Solipsistic
Sugar 'N Spicy

Favorite Living Artists
Amy Crehore
Ryan Heshka
Yumiko Kayukawa
Akino Kondoh
Sakae Kurada
Mizna Lens
Yuki Nagayoshi
Seonna Hong
LeUyen Pham
Coles Phillips
Yuko Shimizu
Sai Tamiya
Fuco Ueda

Favorite Artists
Alexander Calder
John William Godward
Hashiguchi Goyo
Théo van Rysselberghe
John Singer Sargent
Kitagawa Utamaro
John William Waterhouse

Art Museums
Andrés Blaisten
Brooklyn Museum
Hagi Uragami
Guggenheim
Library of Congress
MoMA
Museo del Prado
Museum of the Moving Image
National Gallery of Art
SF MoMa
Smithsonian

The Hermitage
The Met

The Tate
Tokyo National
V&A
Vietnam Veterans
Whitney

Digital Archives
Academy of Natural Sciences
ARC
Cornell Library
deviantART
Indy Magazine
Japanalia Postcards
Nude Masterpieces
NY Public Library
UCR/CMP
Web Gallery of Art

Art Zines/Indexes
AI-AP
American Art Archives
Art History Resouces
Artnet
Ch/Ja Art History
Exibart
Folio Planet
Lingnan School
Museums List
Theispot
NY Arts Magazine
Tokyo Art Beat

Universes in Universe

 


November
2006

11/27/2006

Théo van Rysselberghe (French) And More Theo Van Rysselberghe Paintings
This Belgian neo-impressionist painter is a great artist (bio). Check out for example the gorgeous colors and brush stokes in the Four Bathers or the Mill at Kelf.  He definitely on my list of favorite artists.  What's weird is that I never even heard of him before last week!


Girl with the tub (1925)
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Garry Shead
I really like this Australian figurative artist's use of color, composition and subject matter.  More images of his work are available here and some more recent works here.


Tango Dancers
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So-Yuen Lee
I like these, but I wish there were more images.


Southern Cross
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Yakuza Posters (Plep)
These are wonderful posters.


Yakuza Poster
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Lost Fish
These are very interesting Amine-esque style illustrations.


Lady Nightingale (2006)
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Victoria Knowles
Victoria has a very zany sense of humor and imagination.


St. X9-R (2002)
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Liu Yan (Neurastenia)
Nice and colorful.


Untitled
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Katerina Belinkla (Malanda)
This is an amazing set of images from Russia with love.


Untitled
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Japanese Medical Woodblock Prints
These are pretty weird.


Chinese Story of Killing
an Adulterous Woman - Yikes!
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11/20/2006

Henry Darger and Realm of the Unreal
Henry Darger is the ultimate outsider of the Outsider Art Movement (Art Brut), which is the main theme in this issue.  Darger was a janitor who lived alone in his second floor room in Chicago, where he worked nights on his illustrated tale The Story of the Vivian Girls, which included 12 volumes and some 19,000 pages. The book is also known by the name Realms of the Unreal.  His fascinating work was discovered after his death by his landlord in 1973. Recently, a movie was made about Darger's life called In the Realms of the Unreal.  The movie trailers are available here.  Also, I have the movie in my Netflix queue.


At Jennie Richie,
lost in the wilderness in the dark


At Wickey Sansinia
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Jean Dubuffet
Jean Dubuffet (bio) "coined the term Art Brut for artwork produced by non-professionals working outside aesthetic norms, such as art by mental patients, prisoners, and children". 


Deux femmes nues  (1942)


Nu chamarré, 1943
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Eugene Von Bruenchenhein
"Eugene Von Bruenchenhein (1910-1983) was a visionary artist who created a vast number of paintings, photographs and sculptural objects that overfilled his modest house in Milwaukee, a collection undiscovered until shortly after his death. He worked at a bakery during the day and privately made his obsessive art in virtual isolation, with the exception of his wife, Marie, and select relatives and friends."


His Beautiful Wife Marie Posing @1940-50


Untitled (1956)
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Elizabeth Huey
"Elizabeth Huey's newest paintings are inspired by her research into American asylums of the 19th century and fueled by her personal experiences."


Hysteria (2006)
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Julianne Rose
Julianne Rose is an Australian photographer living in Paris.  I love her creative themes like Kids For Sale and Flesh and Plastic.


The Flesh And Blood Toy Store Exhibit
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Sam Weber
This dude is a top door illustrator.


Butterfly
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11/13/2006

Fuco Ueda
I love her unique style.  I need to add her to my favorite artists links.


Fire Eating Cake Girl
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Mainac
I think Maina is on her way to becoming an excellent illustrator.  She is very talented.



Anniversary (2005)
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The Library Pool
I saw this altered books link for the Library project on Boonika. Below are two of the contributing artists that I found most interesting.

Flickr: Photos from Bellah
I love her colorful and zany works of art.  What a wonderful imagination!


ATC
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Flickr: Photos from Alex Itin


Mirror
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Jonathan Burton (Blort)


Sodoku
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Pour Vous Magazine Covers (RaShOmoN)


Anna May Wong (1929)
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Hungarian Posters (Neurastenia)
These are full size scans.


Tungsram Light Bulbs
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Le Tumulte Noir: Paul Colin's Jazz Age Portfolio (Plep)


Josephine Baker in banana skirt
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11/06/2006

What Shall We Read To The Children
"The Hunt Collection is comprised of approximately 7,000 American and European books for children, dating primarily from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries."  The web exhibition has five complete children's books online including the story of Pocahontas below.


Pocahontas by E. Boyd Smith (1906)
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Elenore Plaisted Abbott
Elenore Plaisted (1875-1935 bio) was a student of Howard Pyle, the father of American illustration, at the Drexel Institute. Many of her illustrations appeared in the Saturday Evening Post, Harper's Magazine, and Scribner's. Elenore also illustrated books including Stevenson's Treasure Island and Defoe's Robinson Crusoe.


Twelve Dancing Princesses
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Laurent Linn
Laurent Linn is extremely talented artist in both illustration and 3D art, which includes Muppet show characters and mask made especially for performance artist Laurie Anderson (I'm a big fan of Laurie too!).


Geisha Kitty
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Jennifer Emery
Jennifer is excellent children's illustrator. Her color selection and composition skills are top notch.


Blowing A Bubble
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Sarah Joncas (Neurastenia)


Chemical Love (2006)
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Picturing the First Castaway
This is exhibition of illustrations of Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe which was first published in 1719.


Color Lithograph
By Alexander F. Lydon (1862)
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Hashiguchi Goyō (Little Hokum Rag)
Hashiguchi Goyō is one of my favorite shin hanga artists. Here are a few more Goyo prints.


Hot Springs (1921)
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Japonisme


Chikanobu Toyohara (1897)
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The Great War : Postcards
There are 451 WWI postcards in this Emory Library collection.


Pax 1373
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October 2006

Internet Weekly Report First Issued on 12/15/2001,
Copyright Internet Weekly Report 2001-2006.  
Last Updated Saturday, 02. December 2006 13:14:42.



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