Daniel Loge, Robin in a Pear Tree, o/c 16 x 20 in.

The Wildlife of Daniel Logé

Stephen O'Brien Jr. Fine Arts
269 Newbury St.
Boston, Massachusetts

Stephen O'Brien Jr. Fine Arts is pleased to announce the sale of select paintings by wildlife artist Daniel Logé. The online exhibition will run through April 8, 2010. Born in 1954, Daniel Logé was raised in upstate New York and spent much of his youth outdoors, exploring the banks of the Niagara River and the surrounding upland woods and creeks. This environment encouraged his love of hunting and fishing. A sporting enthusiast, Logé has been quoted as saying, "I devote the same intensity, conviction, and respect to hunting that I do to painting." Logé cites the works of Winslow Homer and Bob Kuhn as his main source of artistic inspiration. He admires the control and grace of Homer's ability to capture outdoor experiences and Kuhn's intimate knowledge of wildlife behavior. Logé, his wife, and their two sons live in Colorado, where his love of the outdoors inspires him to capture the glory of the Western landscape and wildlife. The prices of the works in the show range from $1,000- $4,200. For more information, please visit our online exhibition, or call us at (617) 536-0536. http://www.americansportingart.com/

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  • December 7, 2016
  • Wilmington, Delaware

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Untitled #1673, 2016, Gelatin silver print with mixed media, 10 x 6.5 inches
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  • December 10, 2016
  • New York, New York

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New York, New York

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  • December 10, 2016
  • Wilmington, Delaware

Second Saturdays Garden Walks

Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library
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Max Kurzweil (Austria, 1867–1916), The Cushion (Der Polster), 1903.  Color woodcut.  Cantor Arts Center collection, Museum Purchase Fund, 1969.151
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