AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Sue Foell (1956)

Posted by L. A. on March 16, 2014


Late Afternoon

Late Afternoon

The Purple Bow

The Purple Bow

In The Library

In The Library

Natural Light

Natural Light

Pleasing Light

Pleasing Light

Rainy Day

Rainy Day

Quiet Morning On The Porch

Quiet Morning On The Porch

Pensive Pose

Pensive Pose

Intermission

Intermission

Caroline Seated

Caroline Seated

Sunlight And Shadows

Sunlight And Shadows

A Sideways Glance

A Sideways Glance

Flower Arranging

Flower Arranging

The Golden Earring

The Golden Earring

The Reader

The Reader

The Red Shawl

The Red Shawl

Lemonade

Lemonade

Model In Red And Yellow

Model In Red And Yellow

Apple Picking

Apple Picking

Rose Of Sharon

Rose Of Sharon

Sun Block

Sun Block

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

Relaxed

Relaxed

The Floppy Hat

The Floppy Hat

Leanora

Leanora

Poised

Poised

Stairway

Stairway

Hold On To Your Hat

Hold On To Your Hat

Girl With Red Scarf

Girl With Red Scarf

Window Seat

Window Seat

© Sue Foell

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3 Responses to “Sue Foell (1956)”

  1. Vincenzo said

    Good morning. Well, I have to say that the paintings of this artist I really like. From the melancholy light that emanates from her portraits, you can guess that she is very sensitive artist, rather measured and with a good taste. This can also be seen in the two portraits titled “Leanora” and “Hold On Your Hat”, in which you can see a hint of a smile, that makes you think of a character perhaps not very exuberant, but very, very sensitive and sincere.

  2. I like very much psychology, mood, character in these portraits!

  3. It’s really great how she can ‘grab’ the visage expressions

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