lunes, 18 de febrero de 2013

La escuela Ashcan (Ashcan School); (II) Everett Shinn

Ashcan School (II)

Everett Shinn                                                                                           


Shinn fotografiado por Zaida Ben-Yusuf  en 1901.

     Everett Shinn (6 de noviembre de 1876, Woodstown, New Jersey - 1 de mayo de 1953, Nueva York) Artista estadounidense de realismo Americano, forma parte del grupo Ashcan School conocida también como "Los realistas de Nueva York" (The New York realists) o "Los ocho" (The Eight). Fue el miembro más joven del grupo de pintores modernistas que exploró la representación de la vida real.Su temática se centra en escenas callejeras y en interiores especialmente dedicados al mundo de los cabarés y teatros, y de varios aspectos del lujo y la vida moderna, inspirada en su casa en Nueva York, con una técnica luminosa y componentes derivados del postimpresionismo, como se aprecia en El London Hippodrome, de 1902. Se especializa en una pintura de encargo y esencialmente decorativa.






Obras    


1904 - The White Ballet, oil on canvas, 74.9 x 93.3 cm.


1901 - Self-Portrait, pastel on paper.


1898 - Snow Storm, Madison Square, New York; pencil & pastel, 57.8 x 65.7 cm.


c. 1898 - New York Harbor, pastel, 21.6 x 33.7 cm.


1899 - Street Scene at a Fire, printed illustration, 16 x 18 cm.


1899 - Chinese Restaurant, gouache on paper, 21.6 x 33.7 cm.


1899 - Horse-drawn Bus, pastel on paper, 55.2 x 74.9 cm.


1899 - Madison Square and the Dewey Arch, Cross Streets of New York, pastel, watercolour & gouache on board, 74.3 x 46.3 cm.


1899 - Magazine Poster.


1899 The Fight, ink & watercolour on paper- 21 x 33.7 cm.


1899 - Winter on 21st Street, New York; pastel on grey paper, 51.8 x 61.9 cm.


c. 1899 - Fifth Avenue, mixed media on paper, 51 x 41 cm.


1900 - Back Row, Follies Bergere; pastel on paper, 52 x 69 cm.


1900 - Fleishman's Bread Line, pastel & watercolour on paper, 21.6 x 34.3 cm.


1900 - Print from Harper's Weekly magazine, 35 x 23 cm.


1900 - Progress of the Work on the Underground Railroad, printed illustration from Harper's Weekly, 17 x 22 cm.


c. 1900-05 - Sullivan Street, oil on canvas, 20.3 x 25.4 cm.


c. 1900 - All Night Café; pastel, watercolour & graphite on paper; 25 x 33.8 cm.


1901 - Cabs on the Fifth Avenue Side of Madison Square, printed illustration from Century magazine, 15 x 19 cm.


1901 - The Docks, New York City, pastel on paper, 39.4 x 55.9 cm.


1902 - Spanish Music Hall.


1902 - The Hippodrome, London; oil on canvas, 66.9 x 89.4 cm.


1902 - The Singer, oil on canvas, 66.7 x 44.1 cm.


1902/06 - Keith's Union Square, oil on canvas, 51.6 x 61.6 cm.


1903 - 34th Street, pastel on paper, 22.9 x 33 cm.


1903 - Girl in Bathtub, pastel on paper, 40.6 x 35.6 cm.


1903 - In the Loge, oil & pastel on canvas, 64.8 x 43.5 cm.


1903 - Steps Between Houses Paris Street, pastel on paper, 53 x 71 cm.


1903 - Theater Scene, oil on canvas, 55.9 x 63.2 cm.


1903 - Window Shopping, pastel on paper, 36.2 x 45.72 cm.


1904 - Eviction (Lower East Side); gouache on paper, 21.3 x 33.3 cm.


1904 - Matinée Crowd, Manhattan; pastel & gouache on illustration board, 46.4 x 27.9 cm.


1904 - The Tightrope Walker, pastel on board, 30.5 x 33 cm.


1905 - Concert Stage, oil on canvas, 41.9 x 50.8 cm.


1905 - Outdoor Stage, France, oil on canvas, 62.9 x 54.6 cm.


1905 - Saturday Night, watercolour & pastel on paper, 45.1 x 60.3 cm.


c. 1905/06 - Rehearsal of the Ballet, oil on canvas, 45 x 67 cm.


1906 - A French Music Hall, oil on canvas, 61 x 74.9 cm.

1906 - Frédérique Follows her Husband, illustration for Frédérique conté crayon on paper, 39.7 x 53.3 cm.


1906 - I Leaned Over Her and Plucked from her Lips a Kiss, conté crayon on paper, 38.7 x 51 cm.


1906 - Strong Man, Clown, and Dancer; oil on canvas board, 25.2 x 20 cm.


1906 - Theatre Box.


1906 - The East River at Night, pastel, 33.3 x 53.3 cm.


1906/07 - Julie Bonbon chalk on paper, 45.7 x 45.1 cm.


c. 1906-07 The Orchestra Pit, Old Proctor's Fifth Avenue Theater; oil on canvas, 43.8 x 49.5 cm.


c. 1906 Girl on Stage, oil on canvas, 25.4 x 30.5 cm.


1907 - Fire on 24th Street, New York City; pastel on board, 59.1 x 45.7 cm.


1907 - Julie Bonbon, pastel on paper, 54.6 x 39.4 cm.


1907 - Olympic Theater, pencil, watercolour & gouache on paper; 20.3 x 24.8 cm.


1907 - Paris Stage, pastel on board, 38.1 x 44.4 cm.


1908 - Green Park, London; 35.6 x 45.7 cm.


1908 Night Life, The Accident; pastel, watercolour & gouache on paper; 33 x 43.8 cm.


1908 - Out of a Job - News of the Unemployed; pencil, black crayon & wash on board; 34.3 x 70.5 cm.


1908 - Revue, oil on canvas, 45.7 x 61 cm.


1908 - The Bar at McSorley's, watercolour on paper, 27.3 x 47 cm.


1910 - Actress in Red Before Mirror, pastel, 32 x 37 cm.


1910 - Dancer in White Before the Footlights (retouched, 1952).
Oil on canvas, 35 
39" (88.90 99.06 cm.).


1910 - Fifth Avenue, pastel on paper, 31.4 x 38.7 cm.


1910 - Mrs. A. Stewart Walker, in a Fur pastel on paperboard, 71.1 x 35.6 cm.


1910 - Nude Bathers, oil on canvas, 64 x 76.8 cm.


1910 - Nude, pastel on paper, 56.5 x 41.3 cm.


1910 - Paris Exposition, pastel on paper, 22.2 x 29.8 cm.


1910 - Washington Square, pastel.


c. 1910 - Nude Getting into Bath, monotype on paper, 23.4 x 31.2 cm.


1911 - Ballet Dancers, pastel, 66 x 91.4 cm.


1912 - After the Rehearsal, pastel on paper, 44.4 x 65.4 cm.


1912 - Canfield’s Gambling House, gouache on paper, 23.5 x 30.5 cm.


1912 - Footlight Flirtation, oil on canvas, 73.7 x  92.1 cm.


1912 - Girl with Japanese Lanterns, oil on canvas, 30.5 x 25.4 cm.


1912 - Vaudeville Dancer, pastel on board, 51.4 x 41.9 cm.


1914 - Tinsel Toes, watercolour, 68.5 x 75.2 cm.


1914 - Two Girls Dressing for a Party, pastel & gouache on paper, 73.7 x 69.2 cm.


1915 - Bonnie Glass, pastel on paper, 85.1 x 40.6 cm.


1915 - View of Washington Square, New York; conté crayon and watercolour.


1916 - Cover of Vanity Fair.


1916 - Look Out for the Autoped Girl, advertisement from Puck magazine.


1918 - London Music Hall, oil on canvas, 25.4 x 30.5 cm.

1920 - Punch and Judy; pencil, charcoal, watercolour & gouache on paperboard; 33 x 24.8 cm.


1921 - Ladies on a Swing, oil on canvas, 149.7 x 59.7 cm.


1924 - Masquerade, pastel on paper.


1925 - Curtain Call, oil on canvas, 23.1 x 28.2 cm.


1927 - Untitled; pencil, watercolour & carbon pencil on paperboard; 50.7 x 74 cm.


1933 - Dancers Backstage.


1934 - Nightclub Scene, oil on canvas, 91.4 x 8.46 cm.


1937 - French Vaudeville, oil on canvas, 63.8 x 76.5 cm.


1940 - graphite sketch.


c. 1940 - Clown with Drum, oil on board, 29.8 x 27.3 cm.


1942 - Clown with Big Pants, oil on canvas, 30.5 x 25.4 cm.


1942 - Street Scene, Paris; pastel on board, 36 x 46 cm.


c. 1945 - Washington Square, oil on canvas, 95.2 x 105.4 cm


1948 - Drawing for "David Copperfield" A Light Shines my Way, ink on paper, 16.2 x 9.2 cm.


1948 - Drawing for David Copperfield Visits Steerforth at his Home Again, ink on paper, 41.9 x 24.2 cm.


1950 - Figure, ink & pencil on paper, 20 x 15 cm.


1950 - Little Theater, pencil & watercolour.


1952 - Before the Flatiron Building was Built, pastel, charcoal & watercolour on paperboard; 27.6 x 37.4 cm.


Ballet Dancer, pastel, 22.9 x 14.8 cm.


Ballet.


Bob Cratchitt's Wife with Toys (illustration from Dickens' A Christmas Carol); ink on paper 26.7 x 31.8 cm.


Cane Man (illustration from Dickens' A Christmas Carol); ink on paper, 48.3 x 29.2 cm.


Christmas Wreath (illustration from Dickens' A Christmas Carol); ink on paper.


Jumping the Hole in the Ice (illustration for Peter Rabbit); ink on paper, 40.6 x 29.2 cm.


Kitchen at Bob Cratchitt's (illustration from Dickens' A Christmas Carol); ink on paper, 39.4 x 19.4 cm.


Masquerade, pastel on paper, 77.5 x 53.6 cm.


Rabbits at Home (illustration for Peter Rabbit); ink on paper, 23.2 x 34.3 cm.


Rabbits in Formal Attire (illustration for Peter Rabbit); ink on paper, 25.4 x 40.6 cm.


Saturday Night, pastel on paper.


Seated Nude, conté crayon & watercolour, 21.6 x 19.1 cm.


The Hatpin, sanguine on paper, 31.9 x 45 cm.


The Mirror, sanguine on paper, 31.8 x 44.9 cm.


The Revue.


The Slattern Maid (Miss Slowboy); ink on paper, 24.8 x 7 cm.


Untitled (Illustration for Dicken's Cricket on the Hearth); ink on paper, 29.8 x 21.6 cm.


Woman Combing her Hair, sanguine on paper, 31.8 x 45 cm.


Woman Getting into Bed, sanguine on paper, 31.8 x 45.1 cm.


Woman in a Bed, sanguine on paper, 31.9 x 43.9 cm.


Woman with Fox Collar, sanguine on paper, 31.9 x 44.9 cm.





2 comentarios:

  1. ¡Otra entrada espectacular..! me parece que las he visto al revés, primero la tercera parte y luego la segunda, pero no creo que eso importe mucho no?
    Me gustó mucho más el pintor de la tercera parte Henri, por su estilo, acorde a mis preferencias, pero este también es imponente.

    Te vuelvo a felicitar amigo, has hecho un gran trabajo con las tres entradas, creo recordar que me hablaste de cinco partes no? esperaré, entonces, las que te quedan.

    Muchos besossss guapoo

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    1. No, no tiene importancia. Son entradas de diferentes pintores con un nexo en común: estar encuadrados dentro del grupo llamado Escuela Ashcan. Y es muy posible que, si me hubiese impuesto un orden, tú las hayas visto en el orden (valga la redundancia) correcto. Pues Henri esta considerado como el líder del grupo y tal vez, debería de haber sido el primero.

      Cinco entradas, si. La introducción y cinco galerías de pintores. Aunque quizás me anime y haga ocho, porque también son conocidos como Los ocho. Tres de ellos terminaron distanciándose artísticamente del grupo.

      Muchos besos, guapa.

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