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Dove, Arthur Garfield

(dŭv), 1880–1946, American painter, b. Canandaigua, N.Y. Early in his career he did commercial illustration in New York City. Following a European trip (1907–9), he adopted an abstract style that flowered in the 1930s into fluid, poetic canvases based on forms in nature. Dove has subsequently been recognized as a precursor of the abstract expressionists. Examples of his work are Rise of the Full Moon and Pozzuoli Red (Phillips Gall., Washington, D.C.).
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She's the granddaughter of Arthur Dove (considered by many the first American abstract painter) and started her own career as a painter at the pretigious Rhode Island School of Design--a fairly traditional path.
She comes from an artistic family: Her grandfather was the painter Arthur Dove (1880-1946), one of the most important American Modernists, whose work is in the collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art and other major institutions.
Other classics from the American Modern like Arthur Dove, Milton Avery or Richard Diebenkorn are included here to be discovered," she said, adding that this is part of what makes it so attractive.
For example, the swirling forms in Arthur Dove's Below the Flood Gates--Huntington Harbor (1930) match the dirt road curving across the low foreground of Charles Burchfield's The Open Road (1931) (fig.
After a brief but landmark trip to Paris' museums in 1964, the Andersons set out to become knowledgeable collectors, first of Impressionists, then early modern painters such as Picasso (a 1972 graphite work is in this room), German Expressionists such as Nolde, and early American modernists such as Arthur Dove. 'We went to London when Putter was 10 years old.
MODERN AMERICAN REALISM: The Sara Roby Foundation Collection" presents some of the most treasured artworks from the Smithsonian American Art Museum's permanent collection, including works by Will Barnet, Isabel Bishop, Paul Cadmus, Arthur Dove, Nancy Grossman, Edward Hopper, Wolf Kahn, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Jacob Lawrence, Reginald Marsh, Ben Shahn, and Honore Sharrer, among others.
The jazz influence is headlined by Arthur Dove (1880-1946) one of America's leading abstractionists.
The works of early American Modernists like Georgia O'Keefe, Marsden Hartley, and Arthur Dove, with their fertile mix of the abstract and the representational, are progenitors of Kahn's animistic forms.
They do mine them--quite exactly in some instances--but in a manner that remains as loose, referentially speaking, as a connection to Stella (much less Arthur Dove, Japanese Kenzan earthenware, or Giorgio Morandi, influences named in the show's press materials).
All these players were from the Baltimore, Maryland, area, including his top five players, third baseman Arthur Dove, outfielders Hiram Kurtz and "Roger" Maul, first baseman Elmer Williams, and pitcher Ben Schaufele.
The way skin conjoins to demigod (half bestiary) (half reliquary)." A mystery rests at the dark heart of this carefully-shaped work, one that starts with a ferry boat wreck, invoking Arthur Dove's 1932 painting, and remains a mystery to the end.
Finally there is the happy coincidence of two shows featuring work by Arthur Dove and Willem de Kooning.