Art Ponce

By Dan Segar | Pretentiousness, confusion and obscurity for self-proclaimed hipsters.


Bice Lazzari (Italian, 1900-1981), <i>Misure 19</i>, 1966. Tempera on canvas, 75 x 75 cm.

The end of a sunny day, 1927, Valerius de Saedeleer. Belgian (1876 - 1946)

<i>The end of a sunny day</i>, 1927, Valerius de Saedeleer. Belgian (1876 - 1946)<br>- Oil on Paper on Cardbord -

The emergency bridge, Deinze in the snow, 1919, Albert Saverys. Belgian (1886 - 1964)

<i>The emergency bridge, Deinze in the snow</i>, 1919, Albert Saverys. Belgian (1886 - 1964)<br>- Oil on Canvas -

Portrait of the Journalist Sylvia von Harden (1926)

Portrait of the Journalist Sylvia von Harden (1926). Otto Dix (German, 1891-1969). Oil and tempera on wood. Centre Pompidou - Musée National d'Art Moderne.<p>The journalist Sylvia von Harden is shown here sitting alone, in the role of the emancipated woman intellectual she sought to be in 1920s Berlin, her nonchalance somewhat unnatural, the disdainful self-possession of the face contradicted by the writhing hand.


‘Moon at Megome’ (1930) woodblock print by Hasui Kawase by Plum leaves on Flickr.


Le Beau Monde ~ René Magritte 1962


Dreamer of Dreams by the Queen of Romania

Evensong (1895)

Evensong (1895). Charles Frederick Lowcock (British, fl.1878-1922). Oil on panel.<p>While Evensong is used most commonly for evening prayer in the Anglican Church, a form of worship said and sung in the evening, Lowcock depicts women in ancient dress singing while playing the lyre.

Anne Emily Sophia Grant (known as ‘Daisy’ Grant), Mrs William Markham (1857)

Anne Emily Sophia Grant (known as ‘Daisy’ Grant), Mrs William Markham (1857). Francis Grant (Scottish, 1803-1878). Oil on canvas. Scottish National Gallery.<p>Grant’s affectionate depiction of his daughter was painted just before Daisy’s marriage to Colonel William Markham. In depicting his daughter, Grant was unconstrained by the demands of a commission. For a mid-century portrait by a painter at the heart of the artistic and social establishment, it is startlingly direct.


Portia Wounding her Thigh, 1664


Princess Sibylla of Cleve by Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1526

Chemin Au Bois De Boulogne, Felix Vallotton. Swiss (1865 - 1925)

<i>Chemin Au Bois De Boulogne</i>, Felix Vallotton. Swiss (1865 - 1925)<br>- Oil on Canvas -

View into the choir of the “Kirche am Hof” in Vienna, 1883, Rudolf von Alt. Austrian (1812 - 1905)

<i>View into the choir of the “Kirche am Hof” in Vienna</i>, 1883, Rudolf von Alt. Austrian (1812 - 1905)<br>- Watercolor on Paper -


Giorgio de Chirico - The Jewish Angel, 1916.


Hendrik Valk (NL 1897-1986)<br>House in Wassenaar (1924)<br>Oil in board


Carnival Quarters


Edward Wadsworth (British, 1889-1949), <i>Composition on a Red Ground</i>, 1931. Oil on wood, 50.8 x 60.9 cm.


Ben Akkerman (Dutch, 1920-2010), <i>Landscape with Tree (Green-Black-Ochre)</i>, 1966-67. Oil on canvas mounted on board, 40.3 × 38.1 cm.


<i>‘rüya gecenin akvaryumudur.’ vh</i><p>La Memoire, Rene Magritte, 1948


<b>Deux fois du noir</b> by Yves Tanguy, 1941. Oil on canvas, 53.5 x 74 cm.


Richard Hull



Rolph Scarlett (American, 1891-1984), <i>Abstraction</i>, c. 1945. Tempera on paper on board, 47 x 47 cm.



Otmar Alt (Germany, 1940) Der versteckte Maulwurf 1967


Joan Miró - some may recognize it<p>I don’t think this is Miro


Roy de Maistre (Australian, 1894-1968), Colour sketch - Dangar Island, 1918. Oil on board, 25.0 x 35.0 cm