Presentation on theme: "Exploring Modern Portraiture Images for educators from The Alexandria Museum of Art Spring 2013 Exhibitions Ray Turner: Population and An Adventure in."— Presentation transcript:
Exploring Modern Portraiture Images for educators from The Alexandria Museum of Art Spring 2013 Exhibitions Ray Turner: Population and An Adventure in the Arts: Selections from the Permanent Collection of Guild Hall Ray Turner, Ruby Woods Smith, Rapides Parish School Board Director of Child Welfare, 2013, oil painting on glass, 12" x 12"
Ray Turner, Kasey Morgan, Pineville High School Senior, 2013, oil painting on glass, 12”x12”
Photograph of Kasey Morgan taken at the opening of Population in March 2013
The De Koonings Rudy Burckhardt ( ), Willem and Elaine de Kooning, 1950, gelatin silver print, 10" x 10," Guild Hall Museum, Gift of Marjorie Luyckx in memory of Elaine De Kooning Hans Namuth ( ), Elaine and Willem de Kooning, 1953, gelatin silver print, selenium toned, 11" x 10,” Guild Hall Museum, Gift of the artist
Portraits and the Figure in Abstract Expressionism: Why did they paint that way? Hedda Sterne (1916- ) Portrait of Harold Rosenberg, 1964 Oil and charcoal on canvas, 64 ½" x 45 ½ " Gift of the artist in memory of Harold Rosenberg Willem de Kooning ( ) Untitled (Head of a Woman), c Charcoal on paper, 20 ½ x 15" Gift of the Artist 66.10