Greatest American Painters

Lester J. Ambrose (1879 – 1949)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on May 18, 2012

The Country Girl

Evening Prayers

Artist At Work

All Dolled Up

Tea And Conversation

The Artist’s Studio

Washington Square South, New York City

Alexander Brooks Studio

Two Women And Dog


2 Responses to “Lester J. Ambrose (1879 – 1949)”

  1. vincenzo said

    Subtly ironic and funny. Usually, artists are considered temperamentally morose and intractable, but sometimes they know to be very ironic and humorous with themselves and the profession they are doing, as in the case of works of Lester J. Ambrose. This is a clear demonstration that art can be an effective means to express various moods of the person.

    • Bruce said

      Subtly ironic and funny indeed, if “Artist at Work” is intended to be self-deprecating.

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