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ISBN:
1593730705
Author:
Robert Cozzolino
Category:
Individual Artists
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bunker Hill Publishing Inc; 1 edition (October 16, 2009)
Pages:
132 pages
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1500 kb
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1955 kb
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Elizabeth Osborne book. The Color of Light brings together paintings from all periods in her career, from a provocative series of 1960s interiors, to those innovative land- and sea-scapes of the 1970s, ambitious large still-lifes of the late 1970s and early 1980s and increasingly abstract work of the past two decades. Richly illustrated, this monograph features eighty-two full-color plates, comparative material illuminating the artist's processes, and a comprehensive chronology with numerous documentary photographs.

Veils of Color: Juxtapositions and Recent Work by Elizabeth Osborne" (July 25 – November 15, 2015) the .

Veils of Color: Juxtapositions and Recent Work by Elizabeth Osborne" (July 25 – November 15, 2015) the James A. Michener Art Museum. The Artist in the Garden" (2015), Michener Art Museum. Luminous Gestures" (2013), Locks Gallery, solo exhibition. The Color of Light" (2012), the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts solo career-survey curated by Robert Cozzolino with accompanying monograph publication

Elizabeth Osborne (born 1936) is a painter who responds with awe and religiosity to the grandeur, the frightening power, and the rich fluid diversity of nature.

ELIZABETH OSBORNE Floating Landscapes: 1971–1979 September 8–October 14, 2006 Essay by Robert Cozzolino 2 Elizabeth Osborne 1973 5 Elizabeth Osborne’s Passage Robert Cozzolino Throughout the twentieth. Osborne first presented them in a 1972 solo exhibition at the Marian Locks Gallery. 2 They were a criti- cal and financial success; all but two works had been sold by the second day of the show. 3 Nearly thirty-five years later, this is the first exhibition to explore the paintings’ range, origins, and their place in Osborne’s career. By 1971, Osborne had been renting a summer house in Manchester, Massachusetts for about a decade.

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Robert Cozzolino, Curator of Modern Art. For 40 years, the Philadelphia-based painter Elizabeth Osborne has explored . For 40 years, the Philadelphia-based painter Elizabeth Osborne has explored the ged space between abstraction and realism in post-war American ar. The Color of Light brought together works from all periods in her career, from a provocative series of 1960s interiors to innovative land- and seascapes of the 1970s, ambitious large still-lifes of the late 1970s and early 1980s and increasingly abstract work of the past two decades. Approximately 50 paintings were included, as well as a selection of works on paper, source materials and sketchbooks from the artist's collection.

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Elizabeth Osborne (born 1936) is a painter who responds with awe and religiosity to the grandeur, the frightening power, and the rich fluid diversity of nature. Early she painted the same landscapes -- particularly in Maine and New Mexico -- that have attracted many generations of American artists such as Frederic Church and Thomas Moran in the nineteenth century as well as Robert Henri, John Marin, Georgia O'Keeffe, Marsden Hartley, Alex Katz and others in the twentieth. Osborne's translations of nature through the methods of soaked-in, saturated pigment, ecstatic and hallucinatory chroma, and evocative brush gestures conjure the touch, taste, and scent of the landscape. This subjective, experiential exploration reveals her place in the lineage of American landscape painting as well as her compelling role in the history of postwar abstraction. Osborne made her mark with monumental, hallucinatory landscapes of the early and mid-1970s and with virtuoso, glowing realist watercolors of the late 1970s but her recent work has included boldly-painted ruminations of nature in its micro- and macrocosm. Osborne's oeuvre is full of surprises, stylistically experimental yet cohesive, hauntingly introspective and complex in its artistic and personal associations. The Color of Light brings together paintings from all periods in her career, from a provocative series of 1960s interiors, to those innovative land- and sea-scapes of the 1970s, ambitious large still-lifes of the late 1970s and early 1980s and increasingly abstract work of the past two decades. Richly illustrated, this monograph features eighty-two full-color plates, comparative material illuminating the artist's processes, and a comprehensive chronology with numerous documentary photographs. Long recognized by critics and her peers as one of the most innovative and daring Philadelphia-based artists of the last forty years, Osborne has tirelessly explored the psychologically-charged space between abstraction and realism. Osborne studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) in the mid-1950s and has been a faculty member there since 1963. A prolific artist and frequent exhibitor in New York, Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and throughout the United States, Osborne has produced a multivalent and challenging body of work that has shifted tone and content gradually since the 1960s. Although she is well-known, there has never been a full survey of her work. This book, published on the occasion of her first painting retrospective reveals the range, depth, and importance of Osborne's art.
  • saafari
Love this artist's work and wasn't disappointed in the book. Good service too.
  • Perdana
Excellent presentation, both biography and reproduction of paintings. Hard cover, quality paper and crisp prints.
Amazon price is almost half of Academy price which is privately supported.
  • Kieel
Brilliant painter
  • Whitescar
A bright, colorful light as seen by an innovative artist. So glad to have "found" her.
  • Karg
Wonderful artist and very well done monograph. The paintings are clear and beautiful and the written reviews were very helpful to learn more about the artist. Greatly enjoyed the monograph.
  • Dianantrius
A wonderful in depth exploration of the soul of a great Philadelphia painter and teacher; a valuable source for its research, interviews, and insights. Liz is a fine painter, a pure painter who only tolerates publicity, an honest critic who only critiques to help. in calligraphy of the brush, composition, color, and continued growth and exporation from love of Art she is unsurpassed. Sure to be a valuable addition to all serious about the mystery of Art
  • Shazel
Not impressed,
pretty colors, maybe, used well, not so much!