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Elsie Palmer Payne (1884 – 1971)

Posted by American Gallery on March 25, 2014


Thrifty Drug Store

Thrifty Drug Store

Bus Stop

Bus Stop

Hillside Homes

Hillside Homes

A Decent Burial

A Decent Burial

Brittany Market

Brittany Market

Carmel Coast

Carmel Coast

My Neighbor

My Neighbor

Dahlias

Dahlias

Winding Road

Winding Road

French Alps

French Alps

Independence, Arizona

Independence, Arizona

My Father

My Father

Madonna Festival

Madonna Festival

Lake Louise, Canada

Lake Louise, Canada

Italian Memory

Italian Memory

Sheep Dipping Time

Sheep Dipping Time

Amaryllis

Amaryllis

Edgar Payne (Artist's Husband)

Edgar Payne (Artist’s Husband)

French Castle

French Castle

Monument Valley

Monument Valley

Breton Fountain

Breton Fountain

title unknown

title unknown

Landscape

Landscape

A Colored Gentleman

A Colored Gentleman

Whimsical Forest Landscape

Whimsical Forest Landscape

Near Gallup, New Mexico

Near Gallup, New Mexico

The Farm

The Farm

Packing Through The Mountains

Packing Through The Mountains

Clouds In An Atmospheric Landscape

Clouds In An Atmospheric Landscape

Still Life

Still Life

2 Responses to “Elsie Palmer Payne (1884 – 1971)”

  1. Vincenzo said

    The one proposed today was another great painter of the past. What is immediately evident in his paintings, is the beautiful chromatic effect, and a very personal way to arrange the brush strokes on the canvas. In short, I think it’s a pretty strong personality. Nice also his figures quite stylized. But what I like in a particular way are his landscapes, and beautiful trees from the trunks and branches a little twisted.

    • Vincenzo said

      Pardon, I did not imagine that il’artista was a woman. But what matters is that she was a great painter.

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