AMERICAN GALLERY

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Charles Pompilius (1954)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on March 10, 2010


Lute Player

Lute Player

Golden Morning - Light Bearer

Golden Morning – Light Bearer

Andrea

Andrea

Talbut

Talbut

Going Forward

Going Forward

Girl With The Golden Ball

Girl With The Golden Ball

title unknown

title unknown

Rosamond

Rosamond

Amber In Red

Amber In Red

Amber In Profile

Amber In Profile

Amber Sipping Tea

Amber Sipping Tea

Amber

Amber

Figure With Vanitas

Figure With Vanitas

Green Hat

Green Hat

The Millinery

The Millinery

Samantha Sleeping

Samantha Sleeping

Jordyn

Jordyn

Clare And Jordyn

Clare And Jordyn

Clare With Laurel

Clare With Laurel

Clare With Mask

Clare With Mask

Clare In A Hoop

Clare In A Hoop

Striped Dress

Striped Dress

Shelbie

Shelbie

Bayley

Bayley

Ashley In Sunlight

Ashley In Sunlight

Ashley Holding A Carnation

Ashley Holding A Carnation

Ashley In Oval Mirror

Ashley In Oval Mirror

Morning Light

Morning Light

Sorrow

Sorrow

Sarah

Sarah

Ennui

Ennui

Allan D. Gilmour

Allan D. Gilmour

Governor Jennifer Granholm

Governor Jennifer Granholm

Father Ed Prus

Father Ed Prus

Lauri (The Artist's Wife)

Lauri (The Artist’s Wife)

Self Portrait

Self Portrait

© Charles Pompilius

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3 Responses to “Charles Pompilius (1954)”

  1. Curtis E. Flush said

    Beautiful, beautiful work! That’s not a lute however, it’s a potato bug mandolin.

    • Suzay Lamb said

      You’re right, but if Magritte paints a pipe saying that “this is not a pipe”, I cannot post it as “this is indeed a pipe!”

      • It is clever but wrong,dear Suzay! Magritte is deceptive on purpose and this painter just made an innocent musical mistake-not the same thing.It is actually good to know what is “potato bug mandolin”.Greetings!

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