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Lennart Anderson, painting

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I’ve had the privilege of knowing Lennart Anderson for nearly 20 years now.  Anderson is often described as a painter’s painter.  He’s a realist painter working in classical motifs and engaged in a dialogue that recalls many of the masters: Degas, Corot, and Ingres.  I’ve helped coordinate exhibitions for Lennart…

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Painting Notes…

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I celebrated my birthday a few weeks ago and after lunch treated myself to the Hudson River School painting exhibition at the New York Historical Society.  A modest show in a large hall.  Largely B paintings by the big names but a few stellar showings.  It’s been a while since…

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in process…

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I’ve returned to the 2nd painting after a few weeks off.  Here’s a snap of the bottom left hand corner.  Lots of Alizarin Crimson cooling off the shadows.  Generally building up the middle ground so that I can come over the top of it next.  

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in process…

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a couple of contemporary painters i like post details of work in process.  sort of violates the whole art-magic thing but it’s a way of populating the site with more frequent updates and letting people know what i’m up to in my far distant corner of manhattan. here’s a corner…

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One

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I finished my first painting in… oh, let’s say: a number of years. It was gifted to my biggest supporters, Gary and Kathy for their tireless faith and love.  I couldn’t have gotten back on the horse without you.   Thank you for not giving up on me. The painting…

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