A face from Georgia 1970
Ivan Albright: Magic Realist, (1897-1983), whose works of intricate detail and macabre realism distinguish him as one of the 20th century’s most original artists.
Best known for his still-lifes, character studies, and self-portraits, Albright’s haunting compositions are most often noted for their idiosyncratic combination of intricate detail, opulent color, and multiple vantage points. His meticulously rendered images, painted from elaborately constructed sets, often took several years to complete.
The Temptation of St. Anthony
Flesh (Smaller than Tears Are the Little Blue Flowers), 1928
I Slept With The Starlight On My Face, 1926
Portrait of Mary Block 1957
More about the artist- http://www.wikiart.org/en/ivan-albright