Mouly vs. Picasso: The Female Form

Kirsten Gjermo Uncategorized
It is evident when looking at the work of Marcel Mouly that his style, while containing elements of earlier 20th-century movements, is all his own. While his vivid colors set him apart from the monochromatic Cubism of Pablo Picasso, his fragmented forms and figures are clearly distinct from the Fauvism of Henri Matisse, who served… continue reading »

The Many Themes of Mouly

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What made the works of Marcel Mouly distinctive enough that we proclaim him as one of the finest representatives of the School of Paris? If we attempted to answer this question with one phrase, we could assert that Mouly took every popular theme of French painting, and revolutionized the way in which they were executed…. continue reading »

Mouly and Picasso

Kirsten Gjermo Uncategorized
Marcel Mouly is the epitome of 20th-century modernism. In his paintings, he embraced and manifested the great styles of the century, including Fauvism and Cubism.  The scintillating colors of his seaside paintings are reminiscent of those of the Fauvist master, Henri Matisse. Yet his post-Cubist forms, which he employed primarily in his interior scenes, invoke… continue reading »

The Art Sale You’ve Been Waiting For

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Purchasing a new home? Redecorating your office? Looking to expand your fine art collection? Whether you are turning your house into a home or your family room into a “museum”, Baterbys Art Gallery has the selection of art for you. Now, during our warehouse sale, you can find the artwork of your dreams for 40-80%… continue reading »

Buying Art Smart with Baterbys

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Why Buy from Baterbys? Currently, we are running a special warehouse blowout sale with 40-80% off gallery retail prices. We have experienced tremendous growth and are making space for new inventory this year! Whether you have been collecting art for years or are looking to acquire your very first piece, now is a great time… continue reading »

Counting Down to Picasso: 60 Interesting Facts About the Man (Facts 30-21)

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His View 30. Picasso’s work is usually organized into periods, including the Blue Period (below, 1901–1904), the Rose Period (1904–1906), the African-Influenced Period (1907–1909), Analytic Cubism (1909–1912), and Synthetic Cubism or Crystal Period (1912–1919). 29. Picasso’s work “Christ Blessing the Devil” revealed early and deep conflicting views on religion, especially after his sister died. The… continue reading »

The Vollard Suite Highlights- Picasso: Man or Beast

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“The paintings, finished or not, are the pages of my journal, and as such they are valid.”-Pablo Picasso Consisting of 100 etchings and drypoints created between 1930 and 1937, the Vollard Suite is a unique personal journey through the lens in which Picasso interpreted the world around him. While there is a prolific amount of… continue reading »