Bert Geer Phillips, realism colored by romantic ideals

YOU CAN WATCH THIS PRESENTATION IN MUSIC HERE (You have a link on the first slide): Thank you! Bert Geer Phillips (1868 – 1956) was born in Hudson, New York and trained in fine art at the Art Students’ League in New York City. He was a dedicated artist even as a young man, and constantly sought out new instructors and material in order to hone his talents as a academic realist. He studied at the Julian Academy in Paris. Bert G. Phillips was the first of the early Taos artists to settle permanently in the remote mountain village, thus he is rightfully considered the founder of the Taos art colony. When Phillips first laid eyes of Taos in 1898 while traveling with his good friend Ernest Blumenschein, he knew immediately that Taos was to be his home.
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  • 2. Bert Geer Phillips (1868 - 1956)was an American artist and afounding member of the TaosSociety of Artists. He was the firstartist to permanently settle inTaos, New Mexico (1898) and isconsidered to be the founder ofthe Taos art colony. He is knownfor his paintings of NativeAmericans, New Mexico, and theAmerican Southwest. He was alsoa benefactor of the Western artistHarold Dow Bugbee, who becamecurator of the Panhandle-PlainsHistorical Museum in Canyon,Texas in 1951.
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  • 5. Ancient chantsWar Captain Rides
  • 6. Warbonnet shadows Silent music
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