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    Wow! A BIG warm thank you to everyone who made it out to my show yesterday. Your support means everything to me. If you missed it, the work is up for the next few months so pop by @fellowlosangeles anytime!

    Wow! A BIG warm thank you to everyone who made it out to my show yesterday. Your support means everything to me. If you missed it, the work is up for the next few months so pop by @fellowlosangeles anytime!

    8 2 19 August, 2019
    Finished portrait of this gorgeous cat. 
Are you a cat person or a dog person? Or both?

    Finished portrait of this gorgeous cat.
    Are you a cat person or a dog person? Or both?

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    desert eye

    desert eye

    15 1 19 August, 2019

    15 1 19 August, 2019
    the birth of a white-lined sphinx

    the birth of a white-lined sphinx

    10 1 19 August, 2019
    “Unique & United” until 1.Sept. 2919 in Art Hall ‘English Church’, Bad Homburg, Germany 🔴 part of my fresco secco “souls”, 2019, 10 meters X 2,15 meters 🔴 the sculpture “Touch”, 2014, steel, below: L: 285 cm, H: 80cm, above:  L: 295 cm, H: 75 cm is a work of Icelandic artist Sigrún Ólafsdóttir 🔴 the ink paintings on the walls are works of Jacques Gassmann 🔵 for prices please contact @artbasegallery #kunsthalle #sculptures 
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    “Unique & United” until 1.Sept. 2919 in Art Hall ‘English Church’, Bad Homburg, Germany 🔴 part of my fresco secco “souls”, 2019, 10 meters X 2,15 meters 🔴 the sculpture “Touch”, 2014, steel, below: L: 285 cm, H: 80cm, above: L: 295 cm, H: 75 cm is a work of Icelandic artist Sigrún Ólafsdóttir 🔴 the ink paintings on the walls are works of Jacques Gassmann 🔵 for prices please contact @artbasegallery #kunsthalle #sculptures
    #contemporaryartist
    #contemporaryartcurators

    13 1 19 August, 2019

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    I hope you guys like this style I am shifting towards where there is more dark concepts and weirdness lol because to me it is so much more exciting. Prints of her are in the shop🖤👁

    I hope you guys like this style I am shifting towards where there is more dark concepts and weirdness lol because to me it is so much more exciting. Prints of her are in the shop🖤👁

    1,452 24 15 August, 2019
    Wrapped and ready! 🤗👨‍🎨 🎨 I have spent the day signing and wrapping all the new paintings for my solo exhibition ‘Sightlines’ with Cornwall Contemporary Gallery which opens next week in Penzance, West Cornwall. The exhibition will be hung throughout the day on Tuesday and will be available to view from mid Wednesday 21st. The exhibition consists of 60 new works on canvas, wood and paper. The private view for the exhibition takes place on Saturday 24th between 2-4pm. The exhibition continues until 21st September. @cornwallcontemporary

    Wrapped and ready! 🤗👨‍🎨 🎨 I have spent the day signing and wrapping all the new paintings for my solo exhibition ‘Sightlines’ with Cornwall Contemporary Gallery which opens next week in Penzance, West Cornwall. The exhibition will be hung throughout the day on Tuesday and will be available to view from mid Wednesday 21st. The exhibition consists of 60 new works on canvas, wood and paper. The private view for the exhibition takes place on Saturday 24th between 2-4pm. The exhibition continues until 21st September. @cornwallcontemporary

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    The Quiet Hour (c.1935)
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🎨 Painted by Dod Procter (Doris Margaret Shaw)
Born: 21 April 1890, Hampstead, London, England.
Died: 31 July 1972, Redruth, Cornwall, England.
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🖼 Oil on canvas 76 x 63,5 cm.
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🏛 Location: The New Art Gallery Walsall, England.
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📝 Dod Procter was only fifteen when her mother brought her and her brother to study at Stanhope and Elizabeth Forbes’ art school. It was there that she met fellow student Ernest Procter, whom she married in 1912.

Dods mother also took her to Paris, in 1910, to study at the Atelier Colorossi, where she was inspired by the impressionist and post-impressionist painters, especially Cezanne and Renoir.

Through the 1920s she specialised in painting the figure, usually single female figures, sometimes nude, others in softly draped clothes. One of these paintings, ‘Morning’, was bought by the Daily Mail for the Tate Gallery collections, which made Dod Procter a household name of the day.

Ernest Procter died suddenly in Newcastle in 1935.

After a period of travelling, Dod returned to west Cornwall in 1938, living in the area until her death, occasionally travelling abroad and often exhibiting in London, including at the Royal Academy.

The style of Dod Procter’s later works changed considerably, as did the subject matter, which included landscapes, paintings of children and still-life.

She died aged 80, thirty-seven years after her husband.
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    The Quiet Hour (c.1935)
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    🎨 Painted by Dod Procter (Doris Margaret Shaw)
    Born: 21 April 1890, Hampstead, London, England.
    Died: 31 July 1972, Redruth, Cornwall, England.
    .
    🖼 Oil on canvas 76 x 63,5 cm.
    .
    🏛 Location: The New Art Gallery Walsall, England.
    .
    📝 Dod Procter was only fifteen when her mother brought her and her brother to study at Stanhope and Elizabeth Forbes’ art school. It was there that she met fellow student Ernest Procter, whom she married in 1912.

    Dods mother also took her to Paris, in 1910, to study at the Atelier Colorossi, where she was inspired by the impressionist and post-impressionist painters, especially Cezanne and Renoir.

    Through the 1920s she specialised in painting the figure, usually single female figures, sometimes nude, others in softly draped clothes. One of these paintings, ‘Morning’, was bought by the Daily Mail for the Tate Gallery collections, which made Dod Procter a household name of the day.

    Ernest Procter died suddenly in Newcastle in 1935.

    After a period of travelling, Dod returned to west Cornwall in 1938, living in the area until her death, occasionally travelling abroad and often exhibiting in London, including at the Royal Academy.

    The style of Dod Procter’s later works changed considerably, as did the subject matter, which included landscapes, paintings of children and still-life.

    She died aged 80, thirty-seven years after her husband.
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    #museum #moma #metmuseum #museedulouvre #britishmuseum #nationalgallery #museodelprado #vangoghmuseum #brooklynmuseum #artforum #artbasel #tatemodern #instamuseum #rijksmuseum #whitneymuseum #nationalgalleryofvictoria #nationalmuseum #gettymuseum #curator #graffiti #streetart #oilpainting #dodprocter #quiet #hampstead #redruth #england #yourarttimes

    866 29 18 August, 2019