Spencer Jon Helfen Fine Arts presents a new exhibition: "The Female Image"

  • BEVERLY HILLS, California
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  • November 03, 2011

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Henrietta Shore (1880-1963), "Women of Oaxaca," ca. 1930, lithograph on paper, 14 x 18.25 inches
Arnold Blanch (1896-1968), "Standing Nude in Interior," 1928, oil on canvas, 42 x 30 inches
Pele de Lappe (1916-2007), "The Eyes Have It," ca. 1931, gouache on artist paper, 11 x 6 inches

Our new exhibition is an important survey of images of women, as conceived by artists living and working in California from approximately 1910 to 1950. This exciting array of work was created by some of California’s foremost Modernists. Whether nudes, portraits or figure studies, each of these artworks reflects a strong Modernist aesthetic and tells a story about one of the most prized of painterly subjects – the female.

We are proud to present works by Gertrude Albright, Victor Arnautoff, Arnold Blanch, Claude Buck, Brents Carlton, Pele de Lappe, Karoly Fulop, Zama Vanessa Helder, Helen Clark Oldfield, Otis Oldfield, Nina Saemundsson, Jacques Schnier, Henrietta Shore, Rex Slinkard, Ralph Stackpole, Lucretia Van Horn, Edouard Vysekal, Bernard Zakheim, and many others. The exhibition includes oil paintings, watercolors, drawings, lithographs and sculpture.

 

THE FEMALE IMAGE

Spencer Jon Helfen Fine Arts

Opening Reception: NOVEMBER 5, 2011, 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

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Spencer Helfen
Spencer Jon Helfen Fine Arts
310-273-8838
info@HelfenFineArts.com

Spencer Jon Helfen Fine Arts
9200 West Olympic Blvd.
Suite 200
Beverly Hills, California
info@HelfenFineArts.com
310-273-8838
http://helfenfinearts.com/
About Spencer Jon Helfen Fine Arts

Spencer Jon Helfen Fine Arts is a gallery that focuses on paintings and sculpture created by artists living in California and America at large during the modern period — generally spanning from 1910 to 1950, with a particular emphasis on California art of the 1930s. Among the many artistic themes represented in our offerings are California Scene, California and American Regionalism, Social Realism, and WPA-inspired works. Stylistically, the Gallery offers works that reflect the wide diversity of California and American Modernism, including Surrealism, Realism, Magic Realism, Synchromism, Art Deco, Cubism, and Abstraction.


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