Carol Sutton-You the Beholder - 1986- ©

 

 

(1986) You the Beholder (Cezanne to Gainsborough Breda)
Painted after Triangle Artist Workshop in Toronto, Ontario, Canada,
September 23, 1986,
Size: 89.5 inches by 95 inches, or 227.3cm by 241.3cm,
Inventory #86/09/23A
Materials: Golden Acrylic on cotton canvas
Note: vertical throw of the central strips in this work unlike the horizontal of #86/09/23B
Source: Cezanne represented by his love and often used earth tone palette of brown, green, and blue. Not any particular Cezanne painting. Gainsborough represented by the bright white edging lines and the blue and white strips as used in his painting titled Miss Siddons.
Thomas Gainsborough. Mrs. Sarah Siddons. 1785. Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London, England, United Kingdom
Provenance: shown in closing day exhibition of same, Collection: of the artist
Web provenance: Centre for Contemporary Canadian Art at: http://www.ccca.ca
 

Source:

Cezanne represented by his love and often used earth tone palette of brown, green, and blue. Not any particular Cezanne painting. Plus 'Miss Siddons' by Gainsborough.

 
 

Left:

A typical earth tone

color painting by

Cezanne.

 

Source:

Gainsborough represented by the bright white edging lines and the

blue and white strips as used in his painting titled: Miss Siddons.

 

Thomas Gainsborough.

Mrs. Sarah Siddons. 1785.

Oil on canvas.

National Gallery, London, England,

United Kingdom


©
LIST OF THE BREDA PAINTINGS-
A PART OF THE SPECFIC HISTORICALLY BASED PAINTINGS
all inspired by the single historical painting by Diego Velazquez [1599-1660]
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Velazquez, Diego
The Surrender of Breda or Las Lanzas
Before 1635
Oil on canvas
10' 7/8" x 12' 1/2" (307 x 367 cm)
Museo del Prado, Madrid
 
 
 
 

Carol Sutton artist - Soul or Sole Point of Departure (Cezanne to Gainsborough Breda -1986 ©

 

 

 

(1986) Soul or Sole Point of Departure (Cezanne to Gainsborough Breda)
Painted after Triangle Artist Workshop in Toronto, Ontario, Canada,
September 23, 1986,
Size: 101 inches by 90 inches, or 256.5cm by 228.6cm,
Inventory #86/09/23B
Materials: Golden Acrylic on cotton canvas
Note: horizontal throw of the central strips in this work and not the more usual vertical strips.
Source: Cezanne represented by his love and often used earth tone palette of brown, green, and blue. Not any particular Cezanne painting. Gainsborough represented by the bright white edging lines and the blue and white strips as used in his painting titled Ms. Siddons.
Thomas Gainsborough. Mrs. Sarah Siddons. 1785. Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London, England, United Kingdom
Provenance: shown in closing day exhibition of same, Collection: of the artist
Web provenance: none prior, this is the premier publication on www.carolsutton.net
scan credit: Dale Clark of Orange Cap
 
 
 
With 3 paintings made on paper at the same time:
 
(1986) Cezanne to Gainsborough Breda
September 23, 1986, 32.5 inches by 36 inches, or 82.5cm by 91.4cm,
Inventory #, 86/09/23 to 26ASutton-paper-Cezanne to Gainsborough Breda
Materials: Golden Acrylic on extended-edge Stonehenge 100% rag paper
Provenance: Collection: David Leibow of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Web provenance: Centre for Contemporary Canadian Art at: http://www.ccca.ca
scan credit: William Kirby
see illustration to the right
 
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(1986) Blue+Green of Cezanne to Gainsborough Blue+White Stripes Breda
September 23, 1986, 33 inches by 35 inches, or 83.8cm by 86.9cm,
Inventory #, 86/09/23 to 26B
Materials: Golden Acrylic on extended-edge Stonehenge 100% rag paper
Provenance: Collection: of artist, marked on verso: "Carol's choice"
Web provenance: http://www.carolsutton.net
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(1986) Cezanne to Gainsborough Breda with bronze+dots
September 23, 1986, 41 inches by 33 1/4 inches, or 107.3cm by 84.4cm,
Inventory #, 86/09/23 to 26C
Materials: Golden Acrylic on extended-edge Stonehenge 100% rag paper
Provenance: Collection: David Leibow of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Web provenance: none
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A related book -Gainsborough, by Giuseppe Gatt
Published by Thames and Hudson
©1968
ISBN 0-500-41021-6
Paperback edition


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