Tag Archives: Brandywine School
There are some who may have not heard the name Howard Pyle even though he was one of the most influential artists in America. His paintings were the inspiration for the costumes in Pirates of the Caribbean and … Continue reading
Pull from James Gurney’s blog: http://www.gurneyjourney.blogspot.com/2015/02/howard-pyles-palette.html Howard Pyle’s Palette Blog reader Walt Morton asks: “Did Howard Pyle teach or endorse a particular palette of colors? He was so methodical and analytical, I believe he had an ideal palette underlying his … Continue reading
If you are visiting Wilmington, Delaware Pyle’s Franklin street studio is operated as a museum. http://www.howardpylestudio.org/ Just off the sidewalk on North Franklin Street, between Pennsylvania and Delaware Avenues, is the Howard Pyle Studio. When Howard Pyle built it … Continue reading
A great video from the Dulwich gallery.
An interesting Op-Ed piece about Howard Pyle. Retrieved from http://www.howardpyle.blogspot.com/2013/07/howard-pyle-my-heart-goes-pitter-pat.html http://www.huntingtonnews.net/66744 OP-ED: Howard Pyle: My Heart Goes Pitter Pat Thursday, July 4, 2013 – 14:57 By Shelly Reuben Jefferson Signing the Declaration – 1896 Howard Pyle – Delaware Art … Continue reading
Another great video posted by James Gurney.
When I can, I enjoy writing about various art topics from art history and aesthetics to technique. One topic I am particularly passionate about is Howard Pyle and the Brandywine school of artists. They were the first images I remember … Continue reading
Here is an older article from 2005 I ran across. Restoring Harvey Dunn’s legacy by Mark Steil, Minnesota Public Radio April 22, 2005 Harvey Dunn at work in his New Jersey studio. (Photo courtesy of the South Dakota Art Museum) … Continue reading
Here is basic slide show presentation I put together for a class introducing Howard Pyle and the Brandywine School.
Meet Harvey Dunn! “It is not the technique but the idea”