AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Larry Vincent Garrison (1923 – 2007)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on March 25, 2013


Nude

Nude

Reclining Nude

Reclining Nude

The Pink Scarf

The Pink Scarf

Reclining Nude

Reclining Nude

Nude

Nude

Nude

Nude

Colleen

Colleen

Nude

Nude

Kneeling Nude

Kneeling Nude

Las Vegas Nude

Las Vegas Nude

Nude

Nude

Nude

Nude

Nude

Nude

Two Reclining Nude Ladies

Two Reclining Nude Ladies

Dreaming Of Love

Dreaming Of Love

Reclining Nude

Reclining Nude

Nude

Nude

Nude

Nude

Nude

Nude

Nude

Nude

Green Peignoir

Green Peignoir

Awaiting Her Lover

Awaiting Her Lover

Nude

Nude

Nude

Nude

Reclining Nude - Blue

Reclining Nude – Blue

Nude

Nude

Nude

Nude

Satisfied Contentment

Satisfied Contentment

Two Sides Of Beauty A

Two Sides Of Beauty A

Two Sides Of Beauty B

Two Sides Of Beauty B

13 Responses to “Larry Vincent Garrison (1923 – 2007)”

  1. vincente di nome said

    Honestly, with all due respect for the passion and good intentions of the artist, the nudes who he has painted seem to me a bit ‘too standardized, and not much different from the vast industrial production typical of the illustrators.

    In these paintings, what most strikes the eye is the monotony.

    Every naked woman depicted, even lying down, awake, sleeping or sitting, and every aspect of anatomy, are repeated until boredom, as a stereotype. In my opinion, lacks the inspiration and the expressive content that should characterize each work, and making it unique compared to others of the same subject.

  2. artmoscow said

    Sensual, sexual images of women posing to please the male owner. I thought this “art” died out sometime by the mid 19th century in France, and can only be found nowadays in cheap furniture stores. I was wrong. Feminists should revolt )

  3. Don Hyde said

    In other words “just plain awful.”

  4. vincente di nome said

    Let me clarify my previous comment. I am not criticizing the subject of the female nude in itself, since in the figurative arts, such as painting, is part of the so-called beautiful subjects, provided they are made well and they reach a certain artistic level.

    Personally, in the nudes above I can’t see neither the beautiful or the artistic, but simply a purely commercial production, to be disposed of easily and at low cost, to those who not know art, and therefore have no great pretensions.

    This, according to me is not art, but simply a production of female nudes ends in themselves, that do not say anything at all.

    No, I do not think that feminists have reason to resent, because, apart from the lack of artistic value of these works, I see no offense to the status of women.

    In addition, the two paintings shown in Figures 7 and 24, are approximately taken from Renoir’s nudes, and I say “approximately”, as it is not feasible the comparison, being the art of Renoir from another planet.

  5. Bruce said

    I am guessing that Mr. Garrison liked to paint nude women. Correct me if I am wrong, however.

  6. sregan7 said

    AN ARTIST WITH NO IMAGINATION……HE
    JUST NEVER SEEMED TO BE ABLE TO THINK OUTSIDE OF THE (PARDON ME) “BOX,” DID HE?!

  7. Shane Strother said

    Satin Pillow by Vincent for sale

  8. tyler said

    Reclining Nude. For sale San Diego CA

  9. kyle said

    Are the paintings posted here the only nude paintings that he did?

  10. Anthony said

    I have an original Reclining Nude, Oil on Canvas, purchased in Los Angeles in 1989, for sale. I purchased from family member and painting has been in family since 1980.

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