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Hill Street, 1987 by Wayne Thiebaud is a beautiful woodcut for a perfect San Francisco view available for sale at Denis Bloch Fine Art. Wayne Thiebaud, Urban Landscape, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Oil Paintings, Landscapes, Bay Area Figurative Movement, Pop Art Movement, Richard Diebenkorn

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Thiebaud's Hill Street (1987) Collection, Saint Mary's College Museum of Art, Moraga, CA

Wayne Thiebaud -- landscape (need to find exact title). You'll find rich color & intriguing patterns in his work. Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Wayne Thiebaud Paintings, Pop Art Movement, Guache, Paintings I Love, American Artists, Art History, Monet

Wayne Thiebaud (landscapes)

For the second of my posts on Wayne Thiebaud (For more biographical detail see the previous post) I am showing some of his landscape paintings. In 1963, Thiebaud turned increasingly to figure and landscape painting. Beginning in the 1970s, he began painting San Francisco cityscapes, wildly distorted views of the city's streets and hillsides that are reminiscent not only of Richard Diebenkorn's cityscapes from the mid-sixties but also the Precisionist paintings of Charles Sheeler and Georgia…

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Beautiful Roads and City Paintings by Wayne Thiebaud Urban Landscape, Abstract Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Acrylic Paintings, Oil Paintings, City Painting, Figure Painting, Painting Art, Bg Design

The Visual Correspondent — D.B. Dowd / Graphic Nonfiction

For the last twenty years— honestly, that long, with interruptions for sabbaticals and occasional reassignments to teach other courses as needed —I have led a project with students at the St. Louis Riverfront as an introduction to the visual essay. In all likelihood, given my new responsibilities wi

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Artist Wayne Thiebaud Celebrates His 95th Birthday—and a New Book

The volume surveys his extensive career, from his famous cake paintings to his vibrant landscapes

Wayne Thiebaud - Apartment Hill - Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art by Marshall Astor Wayne Thiebaud, Colorful Paintings, Paintings I Love, Contemporary Paintings, Urban Landscape, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Richard Diebenkorn, Illustration Art

Wayne Thiebaud - Apartment Hill - Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

Taken at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri.

New Book Spanning Wayne Thiebaud’s Career Gives a Peek Into His Lesser-known Slanted and Heavily Shadowed Landscapes (Colossal) Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Wayne Thiebaud Paintings, Bay Area, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Renaissance Kunst, Psychedelic Drawings, Pop Art Movement

Wayne Thiebaud (cityscapes)

In the last of three postings on the paintings of Wayne Thiebaud (cakes, landscapes, and cityscapes) I'm taking a look at some of his cityscapes. Based on San Francisco with its dramatic hills where the roads rise and fall quite precipitously in places, they're a fanciful and exaggerated version of the reality. For biographical information on Thiebaud see my two previous posts.

I was invited to the Bo Bartlett Center's opening next week and while I sadly can't make it I was reminded all over again how much I love h. Eloy Morales, Bay Area Figurative Movement, Bo Bartlett, Tower House, Magic Realism, Grain Of Sand, David Hockney, Classic Paintings, Portraits

Artist Love: Bo Bartlett

I was invited to the Bo Bartlett Center's opening next week and while I sadly can't make it I was reminded all over again how much I love his work. He's a realist painter, focusing on American life and cultural heritage (according to his website). A lot of articles and interviews I read reference how earnest he is as a person, which is certainly reflected in his work. It doesn't alienate the viewer and can be enjoyed at face value but there are also layers to the paintings that if you look…