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by Moses Soyer
- ISBN: 0442782403
- Category: Photo and Art
- Author: Moses Soyer
- Subcategory: Painting
- Other formats: lrf lrf doc mbr
- Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold (1972)
- FB2 size: 1679 kb
- EPUB size: 1852 kb
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Moses Soyer was an American social realist painter. Painting the human figure. Oil Painting in Progress.
Moses Soyer was an American social realist painter. Painting the human figure ) Moses Soyer is one of America's most famous painters of the human figure. In this truly significant art instruction book, he reveals his own methods of painting the nude and clothed figure, and analyzes the methods of other masters, past and present. The reader looks over the shoulder of noted painter Moses Soyer step-by-step as he completes an oil painting. Many photos depict the process.
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Moses Soyer (December 25, 1899 – September 3, 1974) was an American social realist painter. Soyer was born in Borisoglebsk, Russian Empire, in 1899. His father was a Hebrew scholar, writer and teacher. His family emigrated to the United States in 1912. Two of Soyer's brothers, Raphael (his identical twin) and Isaac were also painters. Soyer's wife, Ida, was a dancer, and dancers are a recurring subject in his paintings
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Moses Soyer (American, born Russia, 1899-1974). Influenced by Robert Henri, George Bellows, and other Urban Realists, Soyer frequently painted simple, moving portraits of the lives of the passive proletariat. After the Depression, he turned to ballet subjects reminiscent of the work of Impressionist Edgar Degas, but with a penchant for conveying introspective, sentimental moods.