Inspired by Richard Linder
Art Museum Collection Series
16 x 20 Museum Oil Painting on Canvas
I really like Richard Linder but this is the first painting I
have done inspired by him. I wanted to do an interior painting
inspired by him but his figures are very robotic which he is known for,
so I had a hard time coming up with something with an interior.
A Museum Painting seemed the way to go for this artist.
I paint so many works geared towards women that I thought this
would be more for men but of course I think woman would also
like the crazy ladies in they composition.
Our visitors for the exhibit are also inspired by some of his other
paintings. I think I like his work so much because my technique is
very similar to his and he always uses bight colors such as I do.
I wanted to make sure I could get a lot of details in this one so
I painted this one 16 x 20.
Here ar a few close ups so you can see the ladies sexy attire.
So funny how he saw things! This painting is definitely
a conversation piece.
It's a Man's World
Richard Lindner (November 11, 1901 –April 16, 1978) was a German-American painter.
In 1941 he went to the United States and worked in New York City as an illustrator of books and magazines, making contact with New York artists and German emigrants (Albert Einstein, Marlene Dietrich, Saul Steinberg). In 1948 he became an American citizen.
"The artistic universe of Richard Lindner is unique: he is highly genuine, he is full of urban energy, and he is driven by weird eroticism...Richard Lindner started his career as an artist eventually at the age of 40 in New York. In this metropolitan jungle Lindner created his OEvre: exciting and powerful images of robot like figures, amazons and heroines, harlequinades of self-styled heroes- his artistic panorama of the unruly 60s and 70s of the 20th century.
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