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Steven Assael (1957)

Posted by L. A. on April 13, 2014


Homebound

Homebound

Passengers

Passengers

Crowd

Crowd

Homeless (left side)

Homeless (left side)

Homeless (right side)

Homeless (right side)

Mom And Dad

Mom And Dad

Mother

Mother

Bride With Cards

Bride With Cards

Cradle's Nest

Cradle’s Nest

title unknown

title unknown

Superman

Superman

Costume Party

Costume Party

Druso

Druso

Smiling

Smiling

title unknown

title unknown

title unknown

title unknown

June Holding Glass

June Holding Glass

Cassandra Twice

Cassandra Twice

D

D

Underground

Underground

Alison Solomon

Alison Solomon

Julia

Julia

Michael And James

Michael And James

Airplane Portrait

Airplane Portrait

Megan

Megan

Figure Holding Eyeglasses

Figure Holding Eyeglasses

title unknown

title unknown

Jules

Jules

Kirsten

Kirsten

 

Andrea

Andrea

Alexis Hilliard

Alexis Hilliard

Reclining Figure With Arms Crossed

Reclining Figure With Arms Crossed

Julie

Julie

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6 Responses to “Steven Assael (1957)”

  1. Vincenzo said

    It is a good painter, very skilled in the effects of light and shadow. Very nice I think the background behind the pregnant woman, who opens the series of images.

    I take this opportunity to advance best wishes for a happy Easter to Suzay, and all those who follow America Gallery.

  2. Very intense. Every picture tells an entire story.

  3. Bruce said

    There is one image here which made me, as a male, instinctively cringe. Can you guess which one?

    • Suzay Lamb said

      I’m in doubt between the plump Superman travelling by train and Druso’s formal way of dressing.

      • Bruce said

        Heh, Plump Superman is just a shake of the head. As a matter of fact, he reminds me of me! But Druso, poor fellow, oy. That is, ouch.

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