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Creator: Carl W. Brandien
Carl Brandien, New York National Academy Artist, Oil Painting, 1930, Bali
By Carl W. Brandien
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Wonderful oil on board of swimmer’s in Bali by Carl Brandien (1886-1965) Signed lower left and dated ‘30. Titled lower right “Bali.” Measures: 11 3/4" H x 15 3/4" W. Frame: 19.5" H x 23.5 Carl William Brandien was born of Danish Parents in 1886 in New York City. His father died when he was only a child and he was placed in an institution. He served with the American Expeditionary Forces in France in WWI and was Honorably Discharged in 1919. Brandien studied in Paris and was a member of the Art Student’s League in New York. In 1916 he became a National Academician. He was an Illustrator for Life Magazine "A Bit of Old New York" and other periodicals in the early 1900s. He painted Murals for the Friar's Club and The Russian Club in New York City, The Officers Mess Hall...
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Carl Brandien New York National Academy Artist Painting, 1930, Old Kyoto
By Carl W. Brandien
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Oil on board by Carl Brandien (1886-1965) - Street in Kyoto with red lanterns. Titled on the verso: “Street in Old Kyoto, Japan” Signed lower right and titled lower left “Kyoto” Measures: 20" H x 16" W. Frame: 27.5" H x 23.5" W. Carl William Brandien was born of Danish Parents in 1886 in New York City. His father died when he was only a child and he was placed in an institution. He served with the American Expeditionary Forces in France in WWI and was Honorably Discharged in 1919. Brandien studied in Paris and was a member of the Art Student’s League in New York. In 1916 he became a National Academician. He was an Illustrator for Life Magazine "A Bit of Old New York" and other periodicals in the early 1900s. He painted Murals for the Friar's Club and The Russian Club in New York City, The Officers Mess Hall...
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Carl Brandien, The Vagabond Artist, Oil on Board, Florida Subject, 1944
By Carl W. Brandien
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Carl Brandien Oil on Board. Florida Subject. In excellent condition. Canvas size: 16"h x 20"w. Frame size: 17 ½h x 21 ½w. Signed lower right “Carl Brandien ‘44. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.” Titled on the verso “The Little White House by the Sea - North Ft. Lauderdale Beach - Fla.” Signed on the verso “Carl Brandien 1944. The Vagabond Artist” Beautiful Ft. Lauderdale Beach Scene by the iconic NY/Florida artist and world traveler. Carl Brandien (1886-1965), and his wife Kathleen first came to Ft. Lauderdale from New York City in 1941. They loved the area and moved there permanently two weeks before Pearl Harbor. Brandien, who called himself the vagabond artist, traveled with Kathleen around the world on a quest for life, and to discover and paint beauty. Brandien did commercial illustration for many magazines including Life. He opened his Little Studio at 716 E. Las Olas, in Ft. Lauderdale in 1942. The Miami Herald, January 16, 1944, pictured Brandien and his wife. “With inspiration from the war and the fight for democracy, Carl Brandien, America’s ‘Vagabond artist,’ here with his versatile British-born wife, Kay, at their Fort Lauderdale studio, believes that American artists are destined to produce the finest art of all times…Now hanging at the White House is his painting ‘Stars and Stripes’ depicting the U. S. War fleet at anchor in the Hudson, with brilliant display of searchlights against the night sky… ‘I have visited 45 countries over a stretch of 25 years, always seeking to understand the meaning of life and then endeavoring to interpret it through my art.” At the end of World War II Brandien closed his Lauderdale studio and returned to New York and Gloucester, Massachusetts, but couldn't stay away from Florida. The couple returned in 1948. Brandien painted murals for the Friars Club and the Russian Club, in New York City and the Officers Mess Hall...
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