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Greatest American Painters

Robert McGinnis (1926)

Posted by L. A. on June 13, 2012


The Exhibition

Sheree

Rosina

Nude

Flush Times

Nude By A Bench

Adrienne

title unknown

Rosehips

Chrysalis

Renee

Slava

title unknown

Jewelry Box

Jewelry Box

title unknown

Parasol

The White Peignoir

On The Run

Play Now…Kill Later

W.H.O.R.E.!

Queen Of Hearts

Benita

Too Many Crooks

title unknown

Wuthering Heights

 

3 Responses to “Robert McGinnis (1926)”

  1. vincenzo said

    Very elegant and refined. It ‘s nice.

    • Bruce said

      I disagree. Too thin and impossibly long legs on some of them. Seems vaguely sexist too me, like this is the way he *wants* women too look.

  2. LonC said

    It IS nice. It doesn’t get any better than ‘Slava.’ If an artist can develop a style that sets themselves apart at first glance from others, that is a testament to their skill; like it or not. Look at Igor Pantuhoff for another example of this– unfortunately, he is not on this site yet.

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