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Pal Fried (1893 – 1976)

Posted by L. A. on May 3, 2013


Barbara - White Gloves

Barbara – White Gloves

Lady With A Dog

Lady With A Dog

An Elegant Lady

An Elegant Lady

Nude Woman

Nude Woman

Ballerina

Ballerina

Gene Tierney

Gene Tierney

Young Woman In Evening Gown

Young Woman In Evening Gown

Jamaican Girl

Jamaican Girl

Female Nude

Female Nude

A Paris Boulevard

A Paris Boulevard

Dance

Dance

Mother And Child

Mother And Child

Girl On Chair

Girl On Chair

Two Parisians

Two Parisians

Nude

Nude

Ballerina

Ballerina

Flamenco Dancer

Flamenco Dancer

Madeleine In An Intimate Moment

Madeleine In An Intimate Moment

Can-Can

Can-Can

Carmen In Yellow Dress Near The Moulin Rouge

Carmen In Yellow Dress Near The Moulin Rouge

Sandra

Sandra

At The Makeup Table

At The Makeup Table

Vibrant Lady

Vibrant Lady

Flower Seller

Flower Seller

Nude Portrait Of Eva

Nude Portrait Of Eva

At The Opera

At The Opera

Reclining Nude

Reclining Nude

Woman In Red Ostrich Feather Hat

Woman In Red Ostrich Feather Hat

African Half-Nude Woman

African Half-Nude Woman

Nude With Red Shawl

Nude With Red Shawl

Black Stockings - A Seated Nude

Black Stockings – A Seated Nude

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9 Responses to “Pal Fried (1893 – 1976)”

  1. Bruce said

    Three keepers: Gene Tierney, A Paris Boulevard, and Dance. There are others that I *wanted* to keep but, for reasons that I have discussed in the past, I am trying to preserve the PG-13 rating on my collection. Not to mention the fact that I now have 2,718 images in my collection. 🙂

    • Suzay Lamb said

      Not bad, considering that nearly 22,000 paintings have been posted on American Gallery.

    • Suzay Lamb said

      No irony intended. More than 10% is a very high standard.

    • andrea nolan said

      I think “the nude” is the best, by far uncharacteristically better than the rest, and for pg-13 the “Jamaican girl” is rockin colour and contrast, and just not nearly as pervy as the rest. but I like pervy ….soooo….anyway

  2. Philippe Disch said

    I am responding to the portrait of “At the Opera”. I have the same one and am wondering if anyone else still has it or has sold it at auction or has any idea of the approximate value of this portrait? I very much would appreciate assistance in this matter. If anyone has any information as to who I could contact that would greatly be appreciated as well. If you could reply to my e-mail listed below, thank you. Karen

  3. Katalin Baltimore said

    “Young Woman In Evening Gown” is Eva Radnay, my aunt

  4. Philippe Disch said

    I see that you have the portrait of At the Opera. I have the same one. I am looking to sell it and was wondering if anyone has an approximate price for this portrait. Thank you.

  5. Alex said

    I have the original yellow ballerina but for some reason his signature is on the right side under the ballerinas shoe ?

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