AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

James Chapin (1887 – 1975)

Posted by L. A. on June 23, 2009


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3 Responses to “James Chapin (1887 – 1975)”

  1. enrico said

    Ciao!

    Tutto bene?
    Ho fatto una carrellata degli arretrati e come sempre trovo splendide gemme. Sempre bellissimi gli autori di pubblicità!!
    Questo pure ha un suo perché. Questi quadri trasmettono una solidità palpabile. In certi momenti le figure rappresentate sembrano statue egizie.

  2. Ronald Pate said

    Thank you so much for posting the art by Chopin; a talented American artist

  3. What a wonderful painter he was! There is a sight and pleasing distortion of proportions of his figures giving them tectonic strength and great clarity of appearing.
    Obviously-XXcentury American painting had two groups of artists,one to which greats like Hopper, Wyeth,Tooker,Grant and Chapin belonged and the other ,where the cross-eyed,fake-dementia was required.Pollock,Rothko and Hoffman; as foreign to Occidental culture as cannibalism ..

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