The Art Institute of Chicago in 24 images

-by Andy Dudas

24 images from my first trip to the Art Institute of Chicago.

 

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The Song of the Lark – Jules Adolphe Breton 1884
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Chrysanthemums – Pierre-Auguste Renoir 1881-1882
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A Sunday on La Grande Jette – Georges Seurat 1884
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The Old Guitarist – Pablo Picasso 1903-1904
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Self-Portrait – Vincent Van Gogh 1887
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Fisherman’s Cottage – Harald Sohlberg 1906
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Mahana no atua (Day of the God) – Paul Gauguin 1894
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The Basket of Apples – Paul Cézanne 1893
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Curtain, Jug, and Fruit – Paul Cézanne 1893-1894
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Ad Astra – Akseli Gallen-Kallela 1894-1896
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American Collectors(Fred and Marcia Weisman) – David Hockney 1968
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Ohhh…Alright… – Roy Lichtenstein 1964
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detail of Ohhh…Alright… – Roy Lichtenstein 1964
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Untitled – Donald Judd 1968
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Passing Through the Opposite of What It Approaches, Chapter 25 – R. H. Quaytman American 2012

 

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Nude Under a Pine Tree – Pablo Picasso 1959
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Reclining Woman – Fernand Leger 1922
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17A – Jackson Pollack 1948
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Golden Wings Brushing the Clouds Incarnated from Earthly Wide Star – Chikatsusei Maunkinshi 1960
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Lozenge Composition with Yellow, Black, Blue, Red, and Gray – Piet Mondrian 1921

 

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Nighthawks – Edward Hopper 1942
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Nightlife – Archibald J. Motley Jr. 1943
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Blues – Archibald J. Motley Jr. 1929
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American Gothic – Grant Wood 1930

Andy Dudas 7/5/2018


IMG_7392Andy Dudas has interests varying from painting and singing, to photography and prop making.  Pretty much anything that has a creative element.  Amateur status in all endeavors, he finds art everywhere he looks.  Always seeking his next inspiration.



 

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