AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Scott E. Bartner (1960)

Posted by L. A. on January 25, 2012


Young Woman With Shawl

Marjolein

Eva

Janine Jansen, Violinist

Standing Nude

Bo-Louise

Eva Reading

Janneke Stroosnier

Henk

Lindsay

Desirée

Reclining Nude (Red & Green)

Reclining Nude (Blue & Beige)

Geisha Triptych

Elizabeth

Violinist Shlomo Mintz

Juliette

Mika

Lir

Lir II

Lir II

Nynke

Sitting Nude

Aida

Charlotte

Jasmijn

Jasmijn

Sophie

Sophie

Laetitia

Laetitia

Maryvon Stroosnier

Maryvon Stroosnier

Anna Sault

Anna Sault

Portrait Of A Blonde Girl

Portrait Of A Blonde Girl

Rosa

Rosa

Eva

Eva

Niccolò Paganini

One Response to “Scott E. Bartner (1960)”

  1. There is much to praise regarding art of Mr.Bartner.What impresses most of all is that one does not detect any use of the dreaded photography in his portraits.They are simply and attentively observed by a keen eye of an artist.Next to admire is his modesty: no bathos of lamentable “symbols”,no grimases for the sake of cheap originality.He is very original by being exceptionally good.His models present themselves to the viewer with so much discreet warmth,one wishes to whisper “hello there !”.Now,the color of this art is rare because it is near impossible to find contemporary art that does not roar with intensity of a furnice or a mad-house.Here color is sotto-voce,enchanting by restrain.

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