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Artist: Basile De Loose (1809 - 1895)
Nationality: Denmark
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Artworks in Museum Collections: (60)
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La messe de saint Basile (1ère moitié 18e siècle) by SUBLEYRAS Pierre
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SAINT BASILE DICTANT SA DOCTRINE (2e quart 17e siècle) by HERRERA Francisco I de, HERRERA L'ANCIEN (dit)
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View of the Royal Palace in Brussels, Eugène de Loose (died N/A)  (Artist), Lithograph
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Basile Fouquet, Robert Nanteuil (France, Reims, 1623 - 1678) , 1658, Engraving
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Basile Fouquet, Robert Nanteuil (France, Reims, 1623 - 1678) , 1658, Engraving
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Les saints Polycarpe, Alaverne et Basile by VIVIANI Antonio Maria (manière de)
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Thomas Nast Let Us Think Twice Before We Let Loose the Dogs of War Wood engraving 1873
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Thomas Nast Tammany Tiger Loose Wood engraving 1871
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Basile Gérard (1ère moitié 19e siècle) by LESTUDIER-LATOUR Gabriel Louis (graveur)
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Saint Basile baptisant un vieillard (1671) by PANDOLFI Giovanni Giacomo
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Anonymous There Is Too Much Loose Talk - World War II Poster lithograph poster circa 1940 - 1945
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Mont Athos, le réfectoire saint Basile de la Grande Lavra (1846 en) by PAPETY Dominique
J. Paul Getty Museum -
Sweet Thoughts
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LA MESSE DE SAINT BASILE (1747 avant) by SUBLEYRAS Pierre
J. Paul Getty Museum -
Self-Portrait in Smock
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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James Gillray One of 43 loose prints, etchings, engravings, stipple, etc., some coloured 18th - 19th century
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Kiyomitsu Woman in Loose Bath Wrapper color woodcut with white color added by hand circa 1760 - 1765
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Diving Girl Sleeping on Dried Bonito, Ouchi Gyokuso (Japan, 1879 - 1944) , first half 20th century, Wood, ivory with staining, loose pearl, inlays
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Personnages luttant (1909) by BUONARROTI Michelangelo (d'après)
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Thomas Rowlandson Bacon Faced Fellows Of Brasen Nose, Broke Loose Etching with watercolor 1811
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Francis Seymour Haden A Sunset in Ireland Drypoint (on loose china) 1863
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Sainte Suzanne (18e siècle) by anonyme (émailleur)
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Henri Matisse BÈdouine au voile dÈnoue (Bedouin woman with loose veil) Aquatint on chine collÈ 1947
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Le Menuet (1909) by TIEPOLO Giovanni Battista (d'après)
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Saint Basile, Saint Grégoire et Saint Jean (19e siècle) by anonyme
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Portrait du comte de Montfort (17e siècle) by DYCK Antoon van (d'après)
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Portrait d'homme (1784 en) by VESTIER Antoine
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Jupiter et l'Amour (1909) by SANTI Raffaello (d'après)

Artnews Articles and Exhibition Information: (40)
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Georgia Museum of Art: Large Drawings from the Arkansas Arts Center Foundation
Most of the artists represented were active in the 1980s and 1970s and include the photo-realist Ira Korman, Nancy Grossman, Diane Edison, ...

Circle Elephant: Bret Philpot: New Paintings
Philpot carries into his work a reverence for the outsider, while managing to exercise consistency and a practical philosophy. His most evident inspiration is the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat, which Philpot takes into new realms of his own making....

Bartley Nees Project: New Paintings by Judy Millar
Unlike the cool abstractions of many New Zealand artists, Millars current style is loose and gestural. As she explains, "Im much more concerned with the sloppiness of the paint and the wetness of the surface than I am about how its looking. ...

RED Gallery of Contemporary Art: Amy Marletta: Over the Top
"I started to paint onto different surfaces to escape from flatness and restrictive edges. By experimenting with different materials including thread, fringes and pins, I try to extend these works beyond their edges creating a sense of movement." ...

Ohio Art League: Thomas Roese, Paintings
About the MCEs: The Ohio Art League invites its 500+ artists to submit a short written proposal to the Exhbition Committee. Exhibitions can be thematic, retrospective or otherwise. A proposal includes and outline for an exhibition describing ...

DIVA - Downtown Initiative for the Visual Arts: Jerry Ross: The View
Ross comments, "My style is intuitive but informed by abstraction and verismo and I Macchiaioli influences although I have always painted with a loose brush and with dramatic chiaroscuro. Increasingly I am paying more attention to decorative aspec...

Fundacao Arpad Szenes-Vieira da Silva: Picasso: Homage to the bullfighter
Picasso sought the explanation of life and death in Dominguins art of bullfighting. A huge number of projects emerged from the friendship between the painter and the bullfighter, among them were projects for bull rings, books and many ideas on bu...

Gallery 825: Steven Travis: An Other Scripture
The visitor is greeted by floor- to ceiling-high murals and several stoneware panels sculpted as an abstracted fleet of ships. Figures are painted onto, or above the sails of the vessels and forge directly toward an encounter with the largest mu...

Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland: Hildur Asgeirsdottir Jonsson: Energy Forms
For her large scale weavings, Jnsson's process begins with the unique translation of a photograph into a loose abstract sketch known as a cartoon. She places this image beneath sets of separately strung warp and weft threads and subsequently pain...

Art Gallery of New South Wales: Frank Hodgkinson: European Sketchbook Drawings
This focus exhibition presents sketchbooks and sketchbook drawings made by Frank Hodgkinson between the years 1945 and 1948, when he was in his twenties. Included are three bound sketchbooks as well as a number of loose sketchbook drawings made by...

Galerie St. Etienne: Sue Coe: Sheep of Fools
In Sheep of Fools and the related cycles, Sue Coe continues and expands upon her ongoing interest in the relationship between humans and animals. Whereas her highly acclaimed Porkopolis series in the late 1980s entailed an on-the-scene investigati...

Bonner David Galleries: The Shape of Things by Michael Carson
Figurative artist Michael Carson combines his love of architecture with the human figure to create a series of narrative paintings of his distinctive people in familiar situations. His nondescript surroundings help create a mood or a story that C...

RED: Ben Woodeson: In too deep
The faint sound of music is occasionally audible throughout the gallery, and the faint smell of tomatoes hints at what is to come. From the bizarrely portable (an appropriated granny trolley) to the absurdly non-portable, a jury rigged transist...

First Street Gallery: ITALIA - Bill Creevy - Paintings and Drawings of Tuscany and Rome
Creevy's Italy is uninhabited. It's as if the Romans have left town, rolled up their paved streets, and invited the dust and grime of earlier periods to reemerge and finally overtake the vestiges of the last two centuries. All is red brick and gre...

Haunch of Venison, London: Uwe Wittwer
A major installation entitled The Class of Beauty shows various table vitrines, each dedicated to an iconic artist that Wittwer treasures: Friedrich, De Hooch, Kalf, Klee, Poussin, Ruisdael, Titian and Warhol. In a loose and associative manner, ...

Splendid: LadyBoss Productions Presents Unique Choice Art for Under 150
This year's Splendid line-up includes Fuyukio Akiyoshi
Steve Carr
Silvana Emcimas
Anne Rook
Isha Bhling
Martha Craig
Megan Hansen-Knarhoi
Kiri Schmache...

Gallery at Green Street: Chris Nau and Nancy Murphy Spicer
Nancy Murphy Spicer concentrates on the "objectness" of her "poured paint drawing elements" making the dimensional paint visceral, sensual, and engaging. Spicer makes room for her work somewhere between painting and sculpture. Spicer like Nau, eli...

fototeka: To Protect and Serve: The L.A.P.D. Archives - One Hundred Years of Photography
In September, Fototeka Gallery will present To Protect and Serve: The LAPD Archives - One Hundred Years of Photography, guest curated by Tim Wride, associate curator of photography from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). The exhibiti...

Art Space Gallery: Edge and Shadow: Nigel Hall Works on Paper, 1975 to 2002
Hall refers to his drawings as being " not studies for sculpture but related explorations, freed from the laws of physics that a sculptor must obey." and although emphasis shifts with time in their evolution, certain common concerns infuse...

Secco Gallery: va Monika Horvth: Associations - When a Fish is Not a Fish and Other Dream Interpretations
At first glance, many of Horvths paintings appear to be landscapes, but spend enough time with each piece and they will transform before you. The road or path, a recurring image in her work, becomes a female form. Or is it male? As with Easter...

Centraal Museum: Made in Japan
The sober black, the loose, flowing garments, the flat shoes: it seemed almost anti-aesthetic and yet it also represented a new approach to the body. The play of cut and fall and the fantastic new fabrics were a major source of inspiration for Wes...

Don OMelveny Gallery: 3 : A Painting Exhibition
The astonishingly beautiful work of Michael Moon demonstrates how use of color becomes an alchemists palette. Consciously or not, there is always a conversation among the tools and materials used and myself. The result, when successful, is a ...

Susie Sierra Gallery: Susie Sierra: New Works
Truly great works of art throb with palpable life like De Koonings' abstract works that open like doorways into endless fields of light. True art can never really be possessed, the object perhaps but not the art - that can only be experienced t...

Giedre Bartelt Galerie: Alvydas Lukys Present Continues and Elective affinities: Photography and Drawing - Alfonsas Budvytis, Remigijus Treigys, Gintautas Trimakas, Algimantas Svegzda
The artist is mainly preoccupied with "objets trouves" which he reproduces in isolation and without any details about the sorrounding space. For Lukys himself the transitory and emotional aspect of a mostly "exhausted object" is the main aspect o...

Sprengel Museum: The Strongest Expression Of Our Time - New Objectivity / Neue Sachlichkeit in Hanover
The Strongest Expression Of Our Time were the words Grethe Jrgens used in 1932 to characterise the simple clarity with which social commentary appeared as images of workers, average people and those who had lost their s...

Lopdell House Gallery: Aqua Room Series: Clay Bodvin
Bodvin admits his art practise is informed by an appreciation of post-modern critical thinking. And the work does indeed stem from a conceptual artistic foundation celebrating fragmentation and the ironic, nostalgic refashioning of art-historical ...

Shire Pottery Gallery and Studios: Matterart: Pauline Burbidge - Textiles, Charles Poulsen - Sculpture
Pauline Burbidge's large-scale quilted textile wall hangings use imagery that is inspired by the countryside around her. She incorporates freeform collage and stitching techniques within her work and in this exhibition will be using digital photog...

Material Matters Gallery: A Sense of Place: 8th Women's International Glass Workshop
The Women's International Glass Workshop is a loose alliance of twenty architectural glass artists from thirteen countries. Every two years the group is hosted in a different member's country where the artists meet, exhibit and exchange professio...

Madison Art Center: Brad Kahlhamer: Almost American
Kahlhamer paints monumental images of grand American landscapes. Challenging this tradition of realism with powerfully loose brushstrokes and high-keyed colors, he conjures up the visionary tradition of Native American art. At the same time, hi...

Galeria Lucia: New ArtWorks by Roger Cummiskey and Bettina Eriksen
Roger Cummiskey's use of drawing and painting on paper in watercolour is considered by many to be masterful. He "employs delicate lines that seem to touch the surface just long enough to form the silhouette, record a bodily gesture, or suggest a...

Woman Made Gallery: Listening to the Animals: New Work by Sarah Hauser
The technique which Sarah uses to make her prints is based on traditional Japanese woodblock printmaking, or hanga, incorporating Japanese carving and printing tools and techniques with her own imagery and a few modern variations. Her chall...

Club 64: Hong Kong Artist's Biennale 2005
The leftovers of the exhibition will be buried in the site of the future West Kowloon Cultural District site, a little semi-toxic seed for the future of Hong Kong's cultural topography. Another version will be taken to Venice as an ad-hoc 'additio...

Salzburger Kunstverein, Kunstlerhaus: New Works by Dutch Artist Michael Raedecker
A particularly fascinating aspect of Michael Raedecker`s painting is his unusual use of yarn and embroidered elements in combination with acrylic paints. His paint is often either applied very thinly or literally piled onto the canvas. Raedecke...

MASS MoCA: Fluxus Games Exhibition Mixes Hijinks and High Art
Created in 1961 by the artist George Maciunas, the term Fluxus was originally intended as the title of a magazine that would document new art. Fluxus, a word chosen by Maciunas for its connotation of change, became a loose association of artist...

Taft Museum: Etchings and Drypoints of James McNeill Whistler
This exhibition is sponsored by the Oliver Family Foundation. While Whistlers paintings were often subjected to harsh criticism, his printed work garnered him a reputation as ...

National Gallery of Art: Virtue and Beauty: Leonardo's - Ginevra de' Benci - and Renaissance Portraits of Women
The Gallery is pleased to present this remarkable exhibition that brings together some of the most outstanding examples of Florentine portraits of women from the mid-15th and 16th centuries, said Earl ...

Barios Bar: 2-person show: Jerry Ross and Clarice Zdanski
Just as at the end of 1850, a group of young painters in Florence began to get together to oppose the academic approach by meeting at the Caff Michelangelo, so now we too meet at Barios to keep the discussion alive. They were the "Macchiaio...

Gibbes Museum of Art: Ernest Hemingway and Walker Evans: Three Weeks in Cuba
A friendship between Walker Evans (1903 - 1975) and Ernest Hemingway (1899 - 1961) began in Havana, Cuba in May 1933. The three weeks they spent together left a lasting impression on both men as evident in the exhibition Ernest Hemingway and Walk...

GO Gallery: Pleasant: Suspended Thoughts
Pleasants grandfather David Carter was a widely recognized sculptor who exhibited at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC during the 1940s. Artist Pleasants father was a recognized regional painter in the Savannah area. Pleasant has perfo...

Tate Liverpool: Modern British Art : The Tate Collection
Modern British Art begins with Free Time, a section exploring the relationship between art and leisure before the First World War. For many young artists, modern life with its cafes, dancing, music halls and spectator sports, suited the advanced t...

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