Art Friday: Marianne Preindlsberger Stokes


Art Friday: Marianne Preindlsberger Stokes

(1855 - 1927)

Austrian born

I think you will find this artist interesting with her two very distinct painting styles. 








Marianne's Pre-Rapharlite period






*****

Comments

  1. Wow! Incredible works, and rare to see such a difference in style. My favorite is the children with the puppies. She captured that moment beautifully!

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    1. The ones of the children all have such emotion to them and they are also my favourites.

      Have a wonderful day :)

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  2. I must say I much prefer the first lot. They were filled with emotion, the second lot didn't touch me at all - more cold, I felt!
    love,
    Bets

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    1. Her Pre-Rapharlite period is much more stylised and doesn't have as much emotion as her earlier work. It is interesting how an artist can change their style of work.

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  3. The children are my favorite. Especially, the rosy, red lip and tears in her eyes, girl.

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    1. I just want to give that little girl a hug :))

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  4. She paints eyes very well. They really display the emotions felt by the person.

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    1. The emotions on the little girl's face is very moving - I agree, she can really do emotion.

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  5. How beautiful they are, I love the town in winter painting, that's the way the old parts of my capital Stockholm look in winter

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    1. You can really feel the emotions in his paintings, even the scenery.

      The painting one above the one you like is so sad (just had a look at it), poor little girl standing in the snow looking hungry.

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  6. I MUCH prefer the earlier ones. They're REALLY nice!

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    1. It is such a differences in the style, its interesting how artists can change their style so much over time.

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