Franz von Defregger: A collection of 53 paintings (HD)

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John Maler Collier: A collection of 209 paintings (HD) Description: "The Honorable John Collier was an important artist who painted portraits, dramatic themes, and landscapes. He was educated at the Eton School and studied art in Munich and Heidelberg, as well as at the Slade School under Poynter and in Paris under Laurens. He also was encouraged by Millais and Alma-Tadema. He established a highly successful practice painting society portraits and exhibited 83 times at the famous Royal Academy in London. He also exhibited over 100 times at other prestigious galleries, including Suffolk Street, the Royal Hibernian Academy, and the Society of French Artists. Among his sitters were Charles Darwin, Professor Huxley, and the Dukes of Cornwall and York. His subject paintings, like those of William Orchardson, RA, catered to the psychological dramas of upper class life. This outstanding work is a fine example of Collier's painterly approach to light, color, and design. The Honourable John Collier O.B.E., R.P., R.O.I., was one of the most prominent portrait painters of his generation. Born in 1850, he was the son of a judge and amateur artist, Lord Monkswell. He was educated at E¬¬ton and studied at the Slade School of Art under Sir Edward Poynter, in Paris under Jean-Paul Laurens, and in Munich. Although not their pupil, he was encouraged and influenced by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema and Sir John Everett Millais. "It was from Millais that he learnt the method, which he has ever since adopted in portraiture, of putting sitter and canvas side by side, looking at them from some distance, and walking backwards and forwards to do the actual painting." (Polloch, W.H., The Art of the Honourable John Collier (1914), p 2). Collier was one of the 24 founding members of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, of which he became Vice President and was also a member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters. He exhibited no fewer than one hundred and thirty paintings at the Royal Academy and one hundred and sixty five at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, as well as many others in galleries throughout the country and abroad. He was the author of The Primer of Art (1882), A Manual of Oil Painting (1886) and The Art of Portrait Painting (1905). He was awarded the O.B.E. in 1920 and he was the subject of The Art of the Honourable John Collier (1914) by W.H. Pollock, published by the Art Journal, which lists all his most important subjects between 1875 and 1914, which included portraits, historical and other dramatic scenes. It has fifty illustrations and six colour plates of his works, and an interesting photograph of his studio. The range of Collier's portrait subjects can be seen from the fact that, in 1893, for example, his subjects included the Bishop of Shrewsbury (Sir Lovelace Stamer), A Glass of Wine with Caesar Borgia, Sir John Lubbock F.R.S., A.N. Hornby (Captain of the Lancashire Eleven), A Witch, A Tramp, and the Bishop of Hereford (Dr. Atlee). His commissioned portrait of King George V as Master of Trinity House in 1901 when Duke of Cornwall and York, although very far from being his best work, shows the extent of his fashionable reputation. Other subjects included two Lord Chancellors (the Earl of Selborne in 1882 and the Earl of Halsbury in 1898), the Lord Chief Justice Lord Alverstone (1912), and the Master of the Rolls (Sir George Jessel, 1881); Rudyard Kipling (1891); the painter Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1884); and scientists including Charles Darwin (1882), Dr. Joule F.R.S. (1882) and the artist’s father-in-law Professor Huxley (1891)." --- SUBSCRIBE: www.youtube.com/c/LearnFromMasters?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LearnFromMasters/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+LearnFromMasters Contact: LearnFromMasters01@gmail.com --- Thanks for all support!

Franz von Defregger: A collection of 53 paintings (HD)

Description: "Franz von Defregger was an Austrian artist best known for his representations of rural life. The artist’s style is characterized by the use of tonal colors and visible brushstrokes, which he used to depict street scenes, tavern interiors, and young children. He is often identified with the painting The Storyteller, in which a mother sits in a darkened room as she tells a story to her four children. Born April 30, 1835 in Stronach, Tyrol, Defregger developed an interest in the arts from an early age, studying woodcarving and drawing under sculptor Michael Stolz. Despite his low social standing, he obtained admission to the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich in 1861, where he became associated with the Munich School painters, working alongside Ludwig von Heterich and Dixie Selden. Thereafter, he received further training at the École des beaux-arts in Paris, and subsequently took part in the Salon des Refusés in 1863. Defregger died on January 2, 1921 in Munich, Germany. His work is currently held in the collections of the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Neue Pinakothek in Munich, and the Frye Art Museum in Seattle, among others."

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