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Greatest American Painters

Moses Soyer (1899 – 1974)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on April 7, 2014


Seamstresses

Seamstresses

The Costume Makers

The Costume Makers

The New Costume

The New Costume

Nude

Nude

Adele Tefft (Gypsy)

Adele Tefft (Gypsy)

Brunette In Chair

Brunette In Chair

A Female Nude Seated

A Female Nude Seated

Girl On Chair With Striped Blanket

Girl On Chair With Striped Blanket

Girl In Pink Slip

Girl In Pink Slip

Seated Ballerina

Seated Ballerina

Blonde Nude

Blonde Nude

Red Shirt

Red Shirt

Seated Girl In Red Skirt

Seated Girl In Red Skirt

Seated Woman

Seated Woman

Dancers

Dancers

Dancers Reposed

Dancers Reposed

Two Female Nudes Sitting On A Bed

Two Female Nudes Sitting On A Bed

Two Models In An Interior

Two Models In An Interior

Girl With A Cigarette

Girl With A Cigarette

A Young Woman

A Young Woman

Nude In Brown Necklace

Nude In Brown Necklace

Cynthia

Cynthia

Cynthia Nude Before A Mirror

Cynthia Nude Before A Mirror

A Caribbean Dancer

A Caribbean Dancer

Ballerina

Ballerina

Carol In A Mini-Skirt

Carol In A Mini-Skirt

Young Woman In White Slip

Young Woman In White Slip

Dancer In Yellow Dress

Dancer In Yellow Dress

Dancer In Red Skirt

Dancer In Red Skirt

The Blue Dancer

The Blue Dancer

In The Artist's Studio

In The Artist’s Studio

Artist And Model - In The Mirror

Artist And Model – In The Mirror

Artist And Model

Artist And Model

The Artist And His Wife

The Artist And His Wife

Self-Portrait

Self-Portrait

Self-Portrait

Self-Portrait

to be continued 

 

One Response to “Moses Soyer (1899 – 1974)”

  1. Vincenzo said

    There is no evil. His works, both for the naked portraits, are not at all trivial. To me he was a good expressionist painter. In subjects he portrayed often show an inner pain, as you can see in his eyes tired and swollen of the woman smoking a cigarette (perhaps because she has the small hours. Who knows?)

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