Wendt become a member of the Club.
Eisner studied literature and neo-Kantian philosophy with Hermann Cohen at the University of Marburg. A problem was how to supply water to a city of more thanwhen all of the area's artesian wells were going dry.
To reduce Wendt's art to romantic artifact, to pretty pictures of a bejeweled, bygone era, is to misunderstand drastically both his art and his era.
Wendt, this is but one of many activities which will be manifested by the club during the coming year. Select comparisons further suggest, beyond our present interest in Wendt, that the rubric of "California Impressionism" might now be surrendered for a more useful phraseology, such as California plein air painting though the term continues to strangle the unilingualwords referring more specifically to those artists who worked out of doors, but words that do not overinflate the relationship these artists had to Impressionism as exemplified by Monet.
An extended quote from the Los Angeles Times sheds light on Wendt's administrative energy: The exhibition was made by invitation of the Permanent Art committee of the Institute, and the works shown were not submitted to any other jury. The painter or interpreter of nature loves nature, and approaches her with reverence.
Interestingly, Anderson employed language that mirrors the spiritual intentionality ascribed to the artist in the present essay: The Aryan invaders of India are called "Hindus", a religious and social term of much later significance p.
Wendt and Alson Clark both hailed from Chicago, but Clark fearlessly embraced technological change when he made a series of large-scale paintings documenting the building of the Panama Canal, an experience that would have been a nightmare for Wendt. By the population of Los Angeles wasAs a young man, Fontanes lived in Paris and associated with…… Luigi Albertini Luigi Albertini, Italian journalist, an early and outspoken opponent of Fascism, who made the Corriere della Sera in Milan one of the most respected and widely read daily newspapers in Europe.
Hanson Puthuff studied in Chicago before making his home in Los Angeles inand he was one of the few eventually brave enough to try and paint the Grand Canyon something Wendt maintained could not be done. Friendship, for instance, that makes life worth living. It was here, though, that Wendt saw painting and sculpture from all over the world.
Redmond's Silver and Gold, from around fig. Butler was also an avid collector of the work of Inness. Intwo additional Elasmotherium species were formally named — E.
Browne was a follower of the philosopher Emanuel Swedenborgwhose theology had greatly influenced the landscapes of Inness. Stark seems to think there is nothing like keeping right up to the dernier cri in European art.
Barlow painted moonscapes that Wendt admired, and this subject matter would become a staple of Wendt's work. The shore is warm, yellowish brown, almost wholly uninterrupted save for a few clumps of grayed green, set in front of a flat sea of blue.
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Modern ethnologists," Wendt wrote, "have found the art of the Yorubas so astonishingly high in quality that they did not [at first] ascribe it to a Negro race.
Nigeria; How Yoruba art dazzled the Europeans; Herbert Wendt, a German science writer, said it all: "modern ethnologists have found the art of the Yorubas so astonishingly high in.
Nigeria; How Yoruba art dazzled the Europeans; Herbert Wendt, a German science writer, said it all: "modern ethnologists have found the art of the Yorubas so astonishingly high in quality that they did not [at first] ascribe it to a Negro race.". Herbert Wendt, a German science writer, was much more flattering: "Modern ethnologists," Wendt wrote, "have found the art of the Yorubas so astonishingly high in quality that they did not [at first] ascribe it to a Negro race.
German national Michael Gross is a freelance science writer based in the U.K.
who has newsprint experience in heavyweights like the German daily Süddeutsche Zeitung, and the U.K.'s Guardian.Herbert wendt a german science writer