Sketchbook: Artists

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Elmer Bischoff
J.M.W. Turner
Donald Rodney
Ivor Hele
David Hockney
Charlotte Brontë (1816–1855)
Betye Saar
Vuillard
Walter Sickert
William Dobell
Robert Stackhouse
Richard Diebenkorn
Edvard Munch
David Park
Gabriel Orozco
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Elmer Bischoff

Elmer Bischoff (American, 1916-1991), Untitled (Portrait of a Woman Looking Downward), ink wash, unsigned, sight: 10"h x 12.75"w, overall (with frame): 17"h x 20"w. Provenance: Gifted to current owner by the artist Self Portrait Artists, Ink Wash, Magazine Art, Art Market, Looking For Women, Batman, Museum, Watercolor, Superhero

Ink Wash, Elmer Bischoff

Elmer Bischoff (American, 1916-1991), Untitled (Portrait of a Woman Looking Downward), ink wash, unsigned, sight: 10"h x 12.75"w, overall (with frame): 17"h x 20"w. Provenance: Gifted to current owner by the artist

Showing at George Adams Gallery. To coincide with Temporal, in the side gallery, will be a selection of heretofore unseen figure studies. Figure Painting, Ink, Abstract, Gallery, Paper, Drawings, Image, Paintings, Instagram

Elmer Bischoff “Studies from Life”

Elmer Bischoff “Studies from Life”

J.M.W. Turner

Light into Colour: Turner’s West Country: Showcase | Tate Tate St Ives, Will Turner, Light Colors, Artists, Colour, Country, Decor, Color, Decoration

Light into Colour: Turner’s West Country: Showcase | Tate

Light into Colour past exhibition on Turner at Tate St Ives; showcase relating to 'Turner's West Country'

Light into Colour: Turner’s West Country: Showcase | Tate Tate St Ives, Joseph Mallord William Turner, Artist Journal, Abstract Landscape, Light Colors, Vintage World Maps, Country, Cornwall

Light into Colour: Turner’s West Country: Showcase | Tate

Light into Colour past exhibition on Turner at Tate St Ives; showcase relating to 'Turner's West Country'

‘Watercolour and Ink Tests’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, c.1810–28 | Tate Turner Watercolors, Joseph Mallord William Turner, Color Test, Artist Sketchbook, Watercolor And Ink, Painting & Drawing, Fiber Art, Abstract Art, Sketches

‘Watercolour and Ink Tests’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, c.1810–28 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Watercolour and Ink Tests’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, c.1810–28

Artwork page for ‘Norham: The Castle from the West, with the River Tweed in the Foreground’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1797 Joseph Mallord William Turner, Tweed, Castle, River, Artists, Artwork, Work Of Art, Auguste Rodin Artwork, Castles

‘Norham: The Castle from the West, with the River Tweed in the Foreground’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1797 | Tate

‘Norham: The Castle from the West, with the River Tweed in the Foreground’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1797 | Tate

Joseph Mallord William Turner ‘A Supine Nude Woman with Arms Extended’, - Ink and graphite on paper - Dimensions Support: 135 x 210 mm - Collection - Tate Plagues Of Egypt, Indianapolis Museum, Joseph Mallord William Turner, Tate Britain, Woman Standing, Paper Dimensions, Art Museum, Arms, Nude

‘A Supine Nude Woman with Arms Extended’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, c.1799–1802 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘A Supine Nude Woman with Arms Extended’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, c.1799–1802

Artwork page for ‘A Couple Engaged in Sexual Intercourse’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, Joseph Williams, Joseph Mallord William Turner, Cool Sketches, Vintage World Maps, Artwork, Pictures, Couple, Artists, Photos

‘A Couple Engaged in Sexual Intercourse’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, c.1807–14 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘A Couple Engaged in Sexual Intercourse’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, c.1807–14

Donald Rodney

‘Forty eight notebooks and sketchbooks written and created by Donald Rodney, and the personal archives of the artist’, collection owner: Donald Rodney, 1982–98 – Tate Archive | Tate Forty Eight, Exercise Book, Art Archive, Me Too Meme, Sketchbooks, Notebooks, Sketches, Artists, Ink

‘Forty eight notebooks and sketchbooks written and created by Donald Rodney, and the personal archives of the artist’, collection owner: Donald Rodney, 1982–98 – Tate Archive | Tate

Items from this collection that have been digitised comprise forty-eight sketchbooks used by Donald Rodney from 1982 until his death in 1998. The sketchbooks played an integral role in his art and contain a mixture of preliminary studies for new artworks, records of past exhibitions and various writings. His drawings and writings bring together diverse personal, cultural, social and political influence. Details of the remainder of the collection can be found on the Archive catalogue.

Ivor Hele

David Hockney

Charlotte Brontë (1816–1855)

Searching for Charlotte Brontë in Her Juvenilia Bronte Parsonage, Irish Cottage, Charlotte Bronte, Morgan Library, Watercolor Drawing, Little Books, Pilgrimage, Two By Two, Museum

Charlotte Brontë: An Independent Will

This exhibition celebrates the two-hundredth anniversary of Brontë’s birth in 1816, and marks an historic collaboration between the Morgan and the Brontë Parsonage Museum, in Haworth, England.

This exhibition celebrates the two-hundredth anniversary of Brontë’s birth in and marks an historic collaboration between the Morgan and the Brontë Parsonage Museum, in Haworth, England. Bronte Parsonage, Charlotte Bronte, Morgan Library, 19th Century, Museum, Stone, Gallery, Drawings, Artist

Charlotte Brontë: An Independent Will

This exhibition celebrates the two-hundredth anniversary of Brontë’s birth in 1816, and marks an historic collaboration between the Morgan and the Brontë Parsonage Museum, in Haworth, England.

Charlotte Brontë’s earliest surviving miniature manuscript book, with watercolor illustrations, circa Credit Brontë Parsonage Museum Watercolor Drawing, Watercolor Illustration, Bronte Parsonage, Art Quiz, Feminist Icons, Language And Literature, Charlotte Bronte, Morgan Library, Jane Eyre

Charlotte Brontë: An Independent Will

This exhibition celebrates the two-hundredth anniversary of Brontë’s birth in 1816, and marks an historic collaboration between the Morgan and the Brontë Parsonage Museum, in Haworth, England.

Betye Saar

This exhibition, conceived in close consultation with the artist, looks at the relationship between Saar’s finished works and the preliminary annotated sketches she has made in small notebooks throughout her career. Call And Response, No Response, Parts Of A Wave, Betye Saar, Ford Foundation, Travel Sketchbook, Small Notebook, Morgan Library, David Hockney

Betye Saar: Call and Response

This exhibition, conceived in close consultation with the artist, looks at the relationship between Saar’s finished works and the preliminary annotated sketches she has made in small notebooks throughout her career.

Vuillard

Walter Sickert

Harold Gilman, Interior with a Woman Sewing, 1913 (study for 'Norwegian Interior') Walter Sickert, Stanley Spencer, Frank Auerbach, Francisco Goya, Camden Town, Edouard Vuillard, David Hockney, Drawing Practice, Whistler

Alistair Smith, 'Walter Sickert's Drawing Practice and the Camden Town Ethos' (The Camden Town Group in Context)

Alistair Smith, 'Walter Sickert's Drawing Practice and the Camden Town Ethos' (The Camden Town Group in Context) | Tate

William Dobell

William Dobell - Sketchbooks - Visual Arts, Art criticism and aesthetics Joshua Smith, Art Criticism, Hand Painted Fabric, Visual Arts, Sketchbooks, Cat Lovers, Modern Art, Aesthetics, Artists

William Dobell - Sketchbooks - Visual Arts, Art criticism and aesthetics

William Dobell - Sketchbooks - Visual Arts, Art criticism and aesthetics

Robert Stackhouse

Richard Diebenkorn

Richard Diebenkorn's Sketchbooks - Notebook Stories University Website, Richard Diebenkorn, Vignettes, Over The Years, Sketchbooks, Drawings, Notebook, Painting, Artists

Richard Diebenkorn's Sketchbooks - Notebook Stories

A collection of the artist Richard Diebenkorn's sketchbooks, held by the Cantor Art Center at Stanford University.

Richard Diebenkorn, "Untitled" from Sketchbook pages graphite on paper (gift of Phyllis Diebenkorn, © The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation) Richard Diebenkorn, Life Drawing, Painting & Drawing, Artist Sketchbook, Sketchbook Inspiration, Sketchbook Ideas, Figurative Art, Book Art, Sketches

A Lifetime of Sketchbooks from Postwar Painter Richard Diebenkorn

Bay Area artist Richard Diebenkorn kept sketchbooks for his entire career; they served as a sort of nomadic studio where he experimented with visuals that bridged figurative and abstract ideas.

Self Portrait by Richard Diebenkorn on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection. Richard Diebenkorn, Felt Tip Markers, Robert Motherwell, Digital Museum, Portrait Sketches, Collaborative Art, Mark Rothko, Paul Gauguin, Sketch Painting

A Lifetime of Sketchbooks from Postwar Painter Richard Diebenkorn

Bay Area artist Richard Diebenkorn kept sketchbooks for his entire career; they served as a sort of nomadic studio where he experimented with visuals that bridged figurative and abstract ideas.

Richard Diebenkorn (b. 1922 - d. American), “Untitled” [from the 'Sketchbook N° page 45 Crayon on Paper, Gift of Phyllis Diebenkorn ~ © The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation. Richard Diebenkorn, Life Drawing, Drawing Sketches, Painting & Drawing, Art Drawings, Moleskine, Best Sketchbook, Artist Sketchbook, Figure Sketching

Inside Richard Diebenkorn's Revelatory Sketchbooks

STANFORD, Calif. — A small gallery at Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center is currently offering a deeply personal glimpse into the life and work of Bay Area artist Richard Diebenkorn.

 — A small gallery at Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center is currently offering a deeply personal glimpse into the life and work of Bay Area artist Richard Diebenkorn. Richard Diebenkorn, Winslow Homer, John Singer Sargent, Watercolor Drawing, Mail Art, Artist At Work, Book Art, Gallery, Drawings

Inside Richard Diebenkorn's Revelatory Sketchbooks

STANFORD, Calif. — A small gallery at Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center is currently offering a deeply personal glimpse into the life and work of Bay Area artist Richard Diebenkorn.

Edvard Munch

David Park

View Woman ironing by David Park on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by David Park. Figure Painting, Figure Drawing, Bay Area Figurative Movement, Oakland Museum, Past Papers, Woman Sketch, San Francisco Museums, Ink Pen Drawings, Artist Sketchbook

Park David | Woman Ironing | MutualArt

View Woman Ironing By David Park; 17 x 14 in. (43.2 x 35.6 cm.); . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.

Sketchbook, circa from the David Park papers, Sketch Pad, Ink Wash, Create Image, American Art, David, Park, Artists, Drawing, Parks

Sketchbook, circa 1960, from the David Park papers, 1917-1973 | Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution

Gabriel Orozco

Gabriel Orozco’s Journals Invite Readers to Retrace His Steps Invite, Invitations, Stream Of Consciousness, New Yorker Cartoons, Artists Like, Art World, New Books, Journals, Journal Art

Gabriel Orozco’s Journals Invite Readers to Retrace His Steps

What makes Written Matter different from some artists’ journals is that one need not be familiar with Orozco — or even the legacy of Conceptualism to which his work is tethered — to enjoy it.

Gabriel Orozco’s Journals Invite Readers to Retrace His Steps Invite, Invitations, Stream Of Consciousness, New Yorker Cartoons, I Got Married, Artists Like, Art World, Fascinator, New Books

Gabriel Orozco’s Journals Invite Readers to Retrace His Steps

What makes Written Matter different from some artists’ journals is that one need not be familiar with Orozco — or even the legacy of Conceptualism to which his work is tethered — to enjoy it.

Gabriel Orozco’s Journals Invite Readers to Retrace His Steps Stream Of Consciousness, New Yorker Cartoons, Artists Like, The Expanse, Invite, Journals, It Cast, In This Moment, Sculpture

Gabriel Orozco’s Journals Invite Readers to Retrace His Steps

What makes Written Matter different from some artists’ journals is that one need not be familiar with Orozco — or even the legacy of Conceptualism to which his work is tethered — to enjoy it.

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Light into Colour: Turner’s West Country: Showcase | Tate Tate St Ives, Will Turner, Light Colors, Artists, Colour, Country, Decor, Color, Decoration

Light into Colour: Turner’s West Country: Showcase | Tate

Light into Colour past exhibition on Turner at Tate St Ives; showcase relating to 'Turner's West Country'

Light into Colour: Turner’s West Country: Showcase | Tate Tate St Ives, Joseph Mallord William Turner, Artist Journal, Abstract Landscape, Light Colors, Vintage World Maps, Country, Cornwall

Light into Colour: Turner’s West Country: Showcase | Tate

Light into Colour past exhibition on Turner at Tate St Ives; showcase relating to 'Turner's West Country'

‘Forty eight notebooks and sketchbooks written and created by Donald Rodney, and the personal archives of the artist’, collection owner: Donald Rodney, 1982–98 – Tate Archive | Tate Forty Eight, Exercise Book, Art Archive, Me Too Meme, Sketchbooks, Notebooks, Sketches, Artists, Ink

‘Forty eight notebooks and sketchbooks written and created by Donald Rodney, and the personal archives of the artist’, collection owner: Donald Rodney, 1982–98 – Tate Archive | Tate

Items from this collection that have been digitised comprise forty-eight sketchbooks used by Donald Rodney from 1982 until his death in 1998. The sketchbooks played an integral role in his art and contain a mixture of preliminary studies for new artworks, records of past exhibitions and various writings. His drawings and writings bring together diverse personal, cultural, social and political influence. Details of the remainder of the collection can be found on the Archive catalogue.

David Hockney - YouTube David Hockney, Doodle Drawings, Art Sketchbook, Ink Art, Books, Videos, Youtube, Artists, Drawings

David Hockney shows his sketch book

David Hockney - YouTube

Searching for Charlotte Brontë in Her Juvenilia Bronte Parsonage, Irish Cottage, Charlotte Bronte, Morgan Library, Watercolor Drawing, Little Books, Pilgrimage, Two By Two, Museum

Charlotte Brontë: An Independent Will

This exhibition celebrates the two-hundredth anniversary of Brontë’s birth in 1816, and marks an historic collaboration between the Morgan and the Brontë Parsonage Museum, in Haworth, England.

This exhibition celebrates the two-hundredth anniversary of Brontë’s birth in and marks an historic collaboration between the Morgan and the Brontë Parsonage Museum, in Haworth, England. Bronte Parsonage, Charlotte Bronte, Morgan Library, 19th Century, Museum, Stone, Gallery, Drawings, Artist

Charlotte Brontë: An Independent Will

This exhibition celebrates the two-hundredth anniversary of Brontë’s birth in 1816, and marks an historic collaboration between the Morgan and the Brontë Parsonage Museum, in Haworth, England.

Charlotte Brontë’s earliest surviving miniature manuscript book, with watercolor illustrations, circa Credit Brontë Parsonage Museum Watercolor Drawing, Watercolor Illustration, Bronte Parsonage, Art Quiz, Feminist Icons, Language And Literature, Charlotte Bronte, Morgan Library, Jane Eyre

Charlotte Brontë: An Independent Will

This exhibition celebrates the two-hundredth anniversary of Brontë’s birth in 1816, and marks an historic collaboration between the Morgan and the Brontë Parsonage Museum, in Haworth, England.

This exhibition, conceived in close consultation with the artist, looks at the relationship between Saar’s finished works and the preliminary annotated sketches she has made in small notebooks throughout her career. Call And Response, No Response, Parts Of A Wave, Betye Saar, Ford Foundation, Travel Sketchbook, Small Notebook, Morgan Library, David Hockney

Betye Saar: Call and Response

This exhibition, conceived in close consultation with the artist, looks at the relationship between Saar’s finished works and the preliminary annotated sketches she has made in small notebooks throughout her career.

Richard Diebenkorn's Sketchbooks - Notebook Stories University Website, Richard Diebenkorn, Vignettes, Over The Years, Sketchbooks, Drawings, Notebook, Painting, Artists

Richard Diebenkorn's Sketchbooks - Notebook Stories

A collection of the artist Richard Diebenkorn's sketchbooks, held by the Cantor Art Center at Stanford University.

Elmer Bischoff (American, 1916-1991), Untitled (Portrait of a Woman Looking Downward), ink wash, unsigned, sight: 10"h x 12.75"w, overall (with frame): 17"h x 20"w. Provenance: Gifted to current owner by the artist Self Portrait Artists, Ink Wash, Magazine Art, Art Market, Looking For Women, Batman, Museum, Watercolor, Superhero

Ink Wash, Elmer Bischoff

Elmer Bischoff (American, 1916-1991), Untitled (Portrait of a Woman Looking Downward), ink wash, unsigned, sight: 10"h x 12.75"w, overall (with frame): 17"h x 20"w. Provenance: Gifted to current owner by the artist

Showing at George Adams Gallery. To coincide with Temporal, in the side gallery, will be a selection of heretofore unseen figure studies. Figure Painting, Ink, Abstract, Gallery, Paper, Drawings, Image, Paintings, Instagram

Elmer Bischoff “Studies from Life”

Elmer Bischoff “Studies from Life”

View Woman ironing by David Park on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by David Park. Figure Painting, Figure Drawing, Bay Area Figurative Movement, Oakland Museum, Past Papers, Woman Sketch, San Francisco Museums, Ink Pen Drawings, Artist Sketchbook

Park David | Woman Ironing | MutualArt

View Woman Ironing By David Park; 17 x 14 in. (43.2 x 35.6 cm.); . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.

‘Watercolour and Ink Tests’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, c.1810–28 | Tate Turner Watercolors, Joseph Mallord William Turner, Color Test, Artist Sketchbook, Watercolor And Ink, Painting & Drawing, Fiber Art, Abstract Art, Sketches

‘Watercolour and Ink Tests’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, c.1810–28 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Watercolour and Ink Tests’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, c.1810–28

Harold Gilman, Interior with a Woman Sewing, 1913 (study for 'Norwegian Interior') Walter Sickert, Stanley Spencer, Frank Auerbach, Francisco Goya, Camden Town, Edouard Vuillard, David Hockney, Drawing Practice, Whistler

Alistair Smith, 'Walter Sickert's Drawing Practice and the Camden Town Ethos' (The Camden Town Group in Context)

Alistair Smith, 'Walter Sickert's Drawing Practice and the Camden Town Ethos' (The Camden Town Group in Context) | Tate