AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Paul Rader (1906 – 1986)

Posted by L. A. on January 23, 2014


Teacher's Pet

Teacher’s Pet

Girls' Dormitory

Girls’ Dormitory

Her Private Hell

Her Private Hell

The Easy Way

The Easy Way

The 69 Pleasures

The 69 Pleasures

High School Rebel - Coolest Girl

High School Rebel – Coolest Girl

Thorn Of Evil

Thorn Of Evil

The Boss' s Couch

The Boss’ s Couch

Virgin's Summer

Virgin’s Summer

The Honeymoon Habit

The Honeymoon Habit

A Labor Of Love

A Labor Of Love

Island Of Sin

Island Of Sin

Pagan Summer

Pagan Summer

Instant Sex

Instant Sex

Miss Dream Girl

Miss Dream Girl

Swinging Secretary

Swinging Secretary

The Horny Housewife

The Horny Housewife

Gay Scene

Gay Scene

Young And Restless

Young And Restless

Nympho Librarian

Nympho Librarian

Campus Jungle

Campus Jungle

The Third Street

The Third Street

The Jealous And The Free

The Jealous And The Free

Daughter's Friend

Daughter’s Friend

The Blonde

The Blonde

3-For-All

3-For-All

Strange Breed

Strange Breed

Over-Exposed

Over-Exposed

Kitten

Kitten

The Sex Plan

The Sex Plan

The Other Way - Strange Fascination

The Other Way – Strange Fascination

Lady Wrestler

Lady Wrestler

No Last Names

No Last Names

A Rage Within

A Rage Within

Edith Rader (The Artist's Wife)

Edith Rader (The Artist’s Wife)

Mark Twain

Mark Twain

 

5 Responses to “Paul Rader (1906 – 1986)”

  1. Vincenzo said

    Good illustrator without doubt. Obviously, in my opinion, the kind of illustration, even when it is done well, as in this case, does not pretend to compete with the painting (with a capital P). The art of illustrations of popular genre, due to its characteristic of having to arouse sensations in a simple wide audience, in my opinion, can not be considered art with a capital A.

  2. Don Hyde said

    Don’t forget what art is 3/4 of………..

  3. Vincenzo said

    What you have hinted about ¾ of the art, it is right.

    In the figurative arts in general, considering namely even the applied arts, we fall under a wide variety of techniques, and the genre illustrative occupies a vast field. Many great artists, during their career, they have also devoted some time to the illustrations by means litografiee and posters, but in an artistic manner; it would be enough to think about Toulouse Lautrec, Pierre Bonnard, the avant-garde artists of the early twentieth century, Klimt and the Secessionists Austrians. But clearly,
    lithographic illustration, which is produced in a large number of exemplary, even if done by a great artist, certainly has a value, but it is much less of a painting by the same artist.

  4. tennesseecraig said

    Nostalgic: captures an “ERA” of life and what we felt, seen, and experienced. Plays to the appetite of the beholder, and gives freedom of thought to enjoy.

  5. Vincenzo said

    Not bad. The taste and beauty are subjective things. And then there’s also the saying that ‘it is beautiful which pleases’, therefore, it is always good to have in mind that the variety satisfies always a bit all tastes.
    The works of the illustrators look at them with pleasure, especially when they communicate optimism and serenity, even if those feelings do not always correspond to reality. Let’s say that they propose something that looks a lot like to dreams and desires felt by the most people. The paintings engaged, for example, is not always are accessible to the majority of people, because in almost cases all contain the moods of performing artists. In short, the painting, especially the modern one, it is often the externalization of the unconscious of the artists. For this, in my opinion, the illustrations of the common feelings do well to all. Too psicology does bad to the head

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