Dines Carlson, Still Life With Vase

Dines Carlson, Still Life With Vase

  • Artist: Dines Carlson (1901-1966)

  • Title: Still Life with Vase

  • Medium: Oil on Masonite

  • Signed/Initialed lower left

  • Dimensions: H: 18 x W: 14 1/2 inches

American artist Dines Carlsen was the son of Soren Emil Carlsen (1853-1932), considered one of the great impressionists of the 20th century, and known to some as “The American Chardin”. Soren Emil Carlson found great success as a skilled painter of landscapes and still life works during a period when other artists were increasingly under pressure to experiment with more modernistic styles and subjects.  Tutored by his father from a young age, Dines grew up to be a prolific and technically gifted painter in his own right, as can be clearly seen in each of these pieces.  Dines paid his father’s tutelage forward as a private instructor and frequently exhibited his work with the artist’s cooperative Grand Central Art Galleries.  After his death in 1966, Grand Central put on a dual exhibition of he and his father’s works.

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