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Norah Neilson Gray (1882-1931) British Painter

 Norah Neilson Gray, Self-portrait, 1918
Norah Neilson Gray, Salopian Cup and Chinese Vase
 Norah Neilson Gray, Little Brother 1920-22
 Norah Neilson Gray, Little Boy with Oranges
 Norah Neilson Gray, Half-Length Portrait of a Boy

William Merritt Chase (1849 -1916), In The Park

William Merritt Chase, Park Bench
William Merritt Chase, Terrace at the Mall, Central Park
William Merritt Chase, Afternoon in the Park 1887
William Merritt Chase, Terrace Prospect Park
William Merritt Chase, A Bit of the Terrace


Anton Filkuka (1888-1957) Austrian Artist

Anton Filkuka, Jeune Fille Assise 
 Anton Filkuka, Portrait of the artist's daughter
 Anton Filkuka
 Anton Filkuka, Die Donau Beigreifenstein Im Frühling, 1942
 Anton Filkuka


Barna Basilides (1903-1967) Hungarian Painter, Graphic Artist, Tapestry Designer

Barna Basilides
Barna Basilides, 1938-40
Barna Basilides, Ballerina Melinda Ottrubay
Barna Basilides, Balaton Beach, 1950, detail
Barna Basilides
Barna Basilides, Still Life 1943
Barna Basilides
Barna Basilides, 1959


Guido Cadorin (1892-1976) Italian Artist

Guido Cadorin, (Deco. Art in Italy. 1919-1939)
Guido Cadorin, Le Tabacchine (detail)
Guido Cadorin
Guido Cadorin, Portrait of Baroness Fanny Winspeare, 1919; Ritratto di mio figlio, 1941

"The artist worked for sixty years continuously, not only as a painter but in many different art fields receiving through the years many prestigious assignments: Villa Zadra, the décor for Papadopoli’s Villa realized in collaboration with the architect Brenno Del Giudice (who will eventually marry Guido’s sister Tullia) is extremely elegant; when he has just turned thirty he receives an order by the “Sommo Poeta”, Gabriele D’Annunzio, to realize the project of the “stanza dei sonni puri” (pure sleep room) at the Vittoriale: he orchestrates a multitude of winged figures on the ceiling, designs painted silks, exquisite furniture, chandeliers." ("Guido Cadorin, Elegant Painter in Twentieth Century Venice")

In 1925, Gino Clerici, a wealthy Milanese industrialist, built a modern and luxurious hotel on via Veneto.
"...the most important piece of decorative unique work inside the Boscolo Hotel Palace is the series of nine fascinating frescoes painted in 1926 by Guido Cadorin (1892-1976). Cadorin inserted numerous portraits of his contemporaries into his frescoes, among them the Italian architect Marcello Piacentini's wife, Matilde Festa, and his niece, the painter Felice Carena and his wife, the architect Melchiorre Bega who strongly supported the choice of Carodin for the hotel's paintings, the friends and family of the owner Gino Clerici, Margherita Grassini Sarfatti and her daughter Fiammetta. "Fiammetta and I wish to be immortalized in your fresco in the main room" was the explicit request coming from a woman who, because of her friendship with Mussolini and her position as journalist and art critic, gave herself the right to put thinly veiled pressure on artists.
Cadorin also inserted himself in the fresco. (boscoloart.com)


Maxime Maufra (1861-1918) French Impressionist Painter

Maxime Maufra, born in Nantes, started painting at 18. In late 1886, he exhibited his artworks at the Paris Salon. He settled in Brittany where he met Gauguin and Serusier. Maufra had his first solo exhibition in Paris in 1894, at Le Barc de Toutteville.

Maxime Maufra. The Port of Sauzon-Belle Isle en Mer
Maufra admired Sisley and Pissarro and sometimes quoted their pointillist-like technique although his technique is clearly more aggressive and bold. His works also feature a pronounced liking for synthesis, strong color, and powerful drawing, traits reminiscent of Pont Aven artists.
Maxime Maufra. The Bay of Douarnenez

Maxime Maufra. Fishing Boats on the Shore

Maxime Maufra. La prairie d'Amont

Maxime Maufra. Landscape by the Water

Maxime Maufra. The Leguenay Bridge, Bruges

Maxime Maufra. Monsieur Maufra's Garden by the Sea

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