11 May 2010

ARTMONACO - Girl with the Fish in her Hat


She intrigues me - I love this painting - and so wish I knew the name of the artist. I thought I was being clever by photographing the signature but it's impossible to read. If anyone knows, tell me and I'll credit the gallery and of course the talented artist.

P.S: Thanks so much to Robyn Gordon of ArtPropelled who told me that the artist is Lisa G and the painting is called The Black Ribbon. You can visit Lisa G's blog to see more of her beautiful work, by clicking on the link. Thanks Robyn! Lisa G is represented in France by Galerie d'Art le Cameleon in Antibes.

14 comments:

Gunn said...

Unique ART!
I like it too:)

Eleonora said...

She's beautiful, in her Flanders skin and goofy hat. Unfortunately I can't help you with the artist.

Ciao

Ola said...

crazy but I like it

Avocaken said...

I would hang this on a wall in my home. (I like it very much) My paintings are "plain jane" compared to this. I need to get a little "crazy"? :-)

I do believe that she needs a fresh(er) fish in her hat to cheer her up, though.

Ken B.

Leif Hagen said...

That would be quite a hat to wear around town! Better use a plastic fish instead of a read one! Ha!

Halcyon said...

Interesting painting. I sort of like it!

Sharon said...

This painting draws me in too! I love the face. As a practical matter, a fish in your hat might not make you very popular in a crowd. However, in a painting it is intriguing.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This painting commands attention. And comment. To me, the elongated face and expression evokes Modigliani, but the fish and hat makes it whimsical.

Kate said...

her swan-like neck and elongated face serves as a counterbalance to the horizongal lines of the hat. It is indeed an unusual subject.

Rob and Mandy said...

Oh, une alsacienne! She's a beauty!

maria said...

She reminds me of Modigliani and I would love to know the artist too!

B SQUARED said...

You can smell her coming from miles away.

ArtPropelled said...

The painting is called the Black Ribbon by Lisa G. I also love it!

Here is her blog>>>

http://www.lisagpeintre.blogspot.com/

Jilly said...

Thanks so much ArtPropelled, I'll change the copy. I hate not being able to credit an artist, especially one as talented as this.

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