AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Jean (John) Paul Selinger (1850 – 1909)

Posted by L. A. on March 31, 2014


Gateway Of Crawford Notch - White Mountains

Gateway Of Crawford Notch – White Mountains

Beecher Cascade In Crawford Notch

Beecher Cascade In Crawford Notch

Pearl Cascade In Crawford Notch

Pearl Cascade In Crawford Notch

Head of A Girl

Head of A Girl

Portrait Of A Young Woman

Portrait Of A Young Woman

Cheiro, Count Louis Hamon

Cheiro, Count Louis Hamon

Woman In Hat

Woman In Hat

William Henry Hoffman

William Henry Hoffman

Portrait Of A Young Woman - Profile Portrait Of A Woman

Portrait Of A Young Woman – Profile Portrait Of A Woman

Alonzo Williams

Alonzo Williams

Portrait Of A Girl

Portrait Of A Girl

Lady In Black And White Lace Dress Wearing A Violet Corsage

Lady In Black And White Lace Dress Wearing A Violet Corsage

Massachusetts Coastal Scene With Lighthouse

Massachusetts Coastal Scene With Lighthouse

Rocky Coast Of Atlantic Ocean In New England

Rocky Coast Of Atlantic Ocean In New England

Rowland Gibson Hazard

Rowland Gibson Hazard

Mrs. Salisbury

Mrs. Salisbury

William Giles Goddard

William Giles Goddard

Portrait Head Of A Woman

Portrait Head Of A Woman

Young Lady Playing The Guitar

Young Lady Playing The Guitar

Alexis Caswell

Alexis Caswell

Governor Henry Joseph Gardner

Governor Henry Joseph Gardner

Head Of A Dutch Girl

Head Of A Dutch Girl

Dorothea Selinger, The Artist's Niece

Dorothea Selinger, The Artist’s Niece

Adelaide

Adelaide

A Dark Haired Woman

A Dark Haired Woman

Girl With Tambourine

Girl With Tambourine

The Water Seller

The Water Seller

 

2 Responses to “Jean (John) Paul Selinger (1850 – 1909)”

  1. Vincenzo said

    Good portrait and landscape painter. His painting, while having much in common with that of his fellow painters of the nineteenth century, has a style all his own. This is evident especially in his portraits, which, no doubt they were his specialty. Some of these His portraits characterized by a little bit elongated faces, as, for example, “Portrait Of Young Woman” and “Portrait Head Of A Woman”, to me personally, very reminiscent of the style, very personal, of the great sixteenth-century painter El Greek.

  2. “Dorothea Selinger, The Artist’s Niece”

    I Really Like This One, It looks so real

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