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Bert Geer Phillips, realism colored by romantic ideals

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Bert Geer Phillips (1868 – 1956) was born in Hudson, New York and trained in fine art at the Art Students’ League in New York City. He was a dedicated artist even as a young man, and constantly sought out new instructors and material in order to hone his talents as a academic realist. He studied at the Julian Academy in Paris.
Bert G. Phillips was the first of the early Taos artists to settle permanently in the remote mountain village, thus he is rightfully considered the founder of the Taos art colony. When Phillips first laid eyes of Taos in 1898 while traveling with his good friend Ernest Blumenschein, he knew immediately that Taos was to be his home.

Bert Geer Phillips, realism colored by romantic ideals

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  2. 2. Bert Geer Phillips (1868 - 1956) was an American artist and a founding member of the Taos Society of Artists. He was the first artist to permanently settle in Taos, New Mexico (1898) and is considered to be the founder of the Taos art colony. He is known for his paintings of Native Americans, New Mexico, and the American Southwest. He was also a benefactor of the Western artist Harold Dow Bugbee, who became curator of the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon, Texas in 1951.
  3. 3. Wild iris in Taos
  4. 4. Wild iris
  5. 5. Ancient chants War Captain Rides
  6. 6. Warbonnet shadows Silent music
  7. 7. Aspen forest and mountain peak The flute player
  8. 8. Apache Kerna Tudl Erha Indianapolis Museum of Art
  9. 9. Apache Tudl Whee La Na
  10. 10. Portrait of an Indian Taos Mountain
  11. 11. Song of the Yellow Flower Voices of the woods
  12. 12. October Aspens In the Lake at Timberlane
  13. 13. Indian Fishing A good catch
  14. 14. Afternoon in the Aspens
  15. 15. Taos winter landscape
  16. 16. The Elk Hunter
  17. 17. The santero Kneeling indian
  18. 18. Scout with white horse The indian hunter of Taos
  19. 19. Taos indian, 1904 Taos girl and fawn
  20. 20. The Rabbit Hunt Pastoral Scene
  21. 21. Aspens in fall The Rabbit Hunt
  22. 22. The historian Ocatillo After the Ceremony
  23. 23. Bucking the cowboy The Water Carrier
  24. 24. Taos Mountains
  25. 25. Still Life with Onions Old gate Taos
  26. 26. Spanish girl of Taos Portrait of a Mexican girl
  27. 27. Portrait of an Indian Chief Ceremonial Drummer
  28. 28. Portrait of an Indian Girl Song of the Flute
  29. 29. A pueblo Song to the hunter Aspen forest
  30. 30. In the Aspens Hawarden Wales
  31. 31. Pueblo women husking corn Scene near Arroyo seco Taos Wales Mural indian-sketch
  32. 32. Looking Backward Aspens
  33. 33. A Native American Family in an Orchard
  34. 34. A Native American Family in an Orchard (detail)
  35. 35. Cottonwoods, c.1935 Carving the Tribal Emblem
  36. 36. Indian Aspens
  37. 37. Nar Ah Kig Gee Ah Tzur Kit Carsons apache scout, c.1900 Indian tying moccasin
  38. 38. Taos indian native American
  39. 39. Relics of his Ancestors Bert-La Jolla Seascape Moonlight Vigil - Taos
  40. 40. Spectators at Winter Carnival Our Washerwoman's Family, ca.1918
  41. 41. Corpus Christi Sunday in Taos Making his mark Taos indian
  42. 42. Indian encampment Taos pueblo dancers
  43. 43. Text : Internet Pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound: Jose Cabezas-Ancient Winds Indian Song R.Carlos Nakai - Eagles soar-Native Spirit
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YOU CAN WATCH THIS PRESENTATION IN MUSIC HERE: http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1641380-bert-geer-phillips/ YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS PRESENTATION AS PPSX HERE: http://ma-planete.com/pps/websiteview/catid_26/id_498569/title_Bert-Geer-Phillips/ Thank you! Bert Geer Phillips (1868 – 1956) was born in Hudson, New York and trained in fine art at the Art Students’ League in New York City. He was a dedicated artist even as a young man, and constantly sought out new instructors and material in order to hone his talents as a academic realist. He studied at the Julian Academy in Paris. Bert G. Phillips was the first of the early Taos artists to settle permanently in the remote mountain village, thus he is rightfully considered the founder of the Taos art colony. When Phillips first laid eyes of Taos in 1898 while traveling with his good friend Ernest Blumenschein, he knew immediately that Taos was to be his home.

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