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Maureen Hyde (1946)

Posted by L. A. on December 10, 2010


A Tranquil Moment

Spring Follows Winter

In attesa della musa (Reclining Nude)

Waiting For A Friend

Solitude

The Huntress

La Bohème (The Tenor)

The Red Rose (Love Lost)

Il Croupier

Portrait Of Maria

The Next Move

The Next Move

The Passage

The Passage

 Spring

Spring

Summertime

Summertime

Autumn

Autumn

Winter

Winter

Making Bread

Making Bread

The Fiddler

The Fiddler

Oh, California

Oh, California

Daydream (Portrait With A Spanish Shawl)

Daydream (Portrait With A Spanish Shawl)

Flora

Flora

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title unknown

Elisa, Portrait Of A Dancer

Elisa, Portrait Of A Dancer

Francis

Francis

Courtyard In August, Toscana

Winter Light

La Brigue

Semi e grane

Play A Tune To Fate

 © Maureen Hyde

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4 Responses to “Maureen Hyde (1946)”

  1. Kathy Chambers said

    Wow ! A modern master ! How profound and uplifting ! A woman to boot even better ! ! !
    I am the granddaughter of Charles Edward Chambers Am.painter and Illustrator and (his teacher and wife Illustrator Fanny Munsell ( Both In Whose Who of America circa around 1920-1922 . C.E. Chambers on this site)

    You are an exquisitely talented soul …deep, luminous and with a sense of color and mystery that deserves all heaven’s praises.
    Thank you for the amazing focus it has taken to manifest such sublime skill !

    May your gifts to this world be returned to you a thousand fold…above all as peace,
    Kathy Chambers

  2. Mark Baumgart said

    Awesome, awesome stuff. I especially loved “The Huntress” and “Winter”. I’d read novels based on these paintings.

  3. Loved, varied themes and very intense visages. Excellent

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