|The human condition II, 1935, Rene Magritte|
|The upper painting is titled: Call of the Peaks (1933).|
The second painting is titled: The Fair Captive, (1947).
|De Chirico's paintings were, of course, Surrealist, a style|
which lent itself to the painting within a painting conundrum both he and Magritte were exploring.
|In his latter years, Monet was seen as something |
like the godfather of Impressionism.
|The Artist and His Admirers, ca 1827, J.M.W. Turner. Notice the compositional similarities between this work and that of Magritte's The Human Condition (top).|
|Rockwell was once the art editor for Boy's Life magazine.|
He had a lifelong association with the group, becoming scouting's "artist in residence."
Copyright, Jim LaneI Was Here, 2014, Jim Lane
|Other artist at work in a portrait mode.|