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Friday, August 1, 2014

James Amberley on the spirit of the artist and more

Chicago area painter, James Amberley, talks about the works of Claude Lorraine, Claude Monet, Paul Klee and Willem de Kooning. Listen in as he draws parallels through art history and these figures, via the subject of abstraction, the landscape and back again. Also in the talk is insightful commentary on the artist's spirit found throughout these themes. Listen below.

 Claude Lorraine
View of Delphi with a Procession, 1673 oil on canvas, 101.5 x 127 cm/40 x 50 inches
Art Institute of Chicago

 Claude Monet 
On the Bank of the Seine, Bennecourt, 1867 oil on canvas, 81.5 x 100.7cm/32 x 40 inches
Art Institute of Chicago

Paul Klee 
In the Style of Kairouan, Transferred to the Moderate, 1914 Watercolour 12.3 x 19.5 cm/5 x 8 inches
Paul Klee Foundation, Kunstmuseum, Berne

 Willem de Kooning 
Park Rosenberg, 1957 oil on canvas, 207.3 x 182.6 cm/82 x 70 inches
Private collection

James Amberley

Audio talk:

Two works by Amberley:

James Amberley
Jardin Verre, 2014 oil on paper, 20.8 x 20.8/8 x 8 inches

James Amberley
Untitled, 2013 oil on paper, 54.5 x 55.2 cm/21 x 21 inches

Other artists etc. mentioned in the talk:

Aldous Huxley
John R. Martin
Marcel Duchamp
Wassily Kandinsky
Kazimir Malevich
Robert Delaunay
George Inness
 Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot


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