AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Linda Lee Nelson (1963)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on January 25, 2014


Woman With A Lion - Ode To My Mother, Grace

Woman With A Lion – Ode To My Mother, Grace

Olympia

Olympia

Wassily Chair

Wassily Chair

Butterfly

Butterfly

Inside Out

Inside Out

Garden

Garden

Lindsay

Lindsay

Souvenir Lointain

Souvenir Lointain

Lounge

Lounge

Salon

Salon

Maneater

Maneater

At The Studio

At The Studio

The Conversation

The Conversation

Sara

Sara

Winter Lily & Rose

Winter Lily & Rose

The Klos Children

The Klos Children

The Qualens

The Qualens

The Perrines

The Perrines

Self Portrait

Self Portrait

© Linda Lee Nelson

2 Responses to “Linda Lee Nelson (1963)”

  1. jprotat said

    For once my fave is not your first: “Lindsay” has a nice point of view and a fine color scheme.

  2. Vincenzo said

    The way of painting by Linda Lee Nelson I really like, not only for the good technique, but also for the refined taste of the colors, for the inspiration and imagination.
    Especially I like those her paintings no too finished, where you see the freshness and delicacy of the brush strokes and of the colos.. I find it very beautiful the painting “Woman with Leon”, dedicated to her mother. Perhaps the presence of the lion, which calls to mind the symbol of strength, indicates the great strength of mind and courage of the mother figure. I also like “Butterfly,” “Inside Out” and “Winter Lily & Rose.”

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