Götz Kluge

Götz Kluge

Posted on 08/03/2014


Photo taken on August  3, 2014


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Bonomi Edward Warren: Variations on Trees and Shadows

Bonomi Edward Warren: Variations on Trees and Shadows
Bonomi Edward Warren (1842-1922, active 1860-1877):
¤ left: Sportsman and dog on a wooded path (1868, 68 x 51 cm, watercolor and gouache heightened with white)
¤ right: Woodland Scene in Summer with Children on a Path (1871, 120 x 89 cm, oil on canvas)

Not only the trees but also the shadows (e.g. on the path in the foreground) are similar.

(There is not too much information about this artist available in the internet.)

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Götz Kluge
Götz Kluge
I found these images in 19thcenturybritpaint.blogspot.de/2014/04/pot-pourri_9.html (by Richardo Floyd Darsie).

Google doesn't find too much reliable information about "Bonomi Edward Warren". My descripion of the images may be wrong. But paintings signed with his name or attributed to him seem to sell well. I am curious whether and how the authenticity of these paintings has been verified.
3 years ago. Edited 3 years ago.
Jean Pierre Dionnet
Jean Pierre Dionnet
Unbilevable,same vrything
but the season,
but the forest....
JPD
3 years ago.
Götz Kluge
Götz Kluge
Hi Jean-Pierre, Picasso alledgedly said: "Good artists copy, great artists steal." Good artists of course also can legitimately and masterfully copy and steal from themselves. In software development we call that "re-use".

Below you see more re-use: For the print on the right side, Gustave Doré seems to have re-used (stolen from) the print on the left side. And the print in the center could be Henry Holiday's re-use of (stealing from) both of Doré's prints.
Doré (1863), Holiday (1876), Doré (1866)
(color added by me)
3 years ago. Edited 3 years ago.
Götz Kluge
Götz Kluge
Who inspired who?

left: Bonomi Edward Warren: Sportsman and dog on a wooded path (1868, watercolor)

center: William Robert Hill: Alice in Wonderland (1876) - without Cheshire Cat
(mirror view - of an already mirrored image(?), upper and lower segment expanded vertically)
nationalmediamuseumblog.wordpress.com/alice-in-wonderland-lewis-carroll-anniversary

right: Bonomi Edward Warren: Woodland Scene in Summer with Children on a Path (1871, oil on canvas)
3 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.