Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Two Cafes by Lesser Ury

Cafe Bauer:

Im Café Victoria, Berlin (1904):

Lesser Ury was a Prussian-born German Impressionist painter, who died on October 18, 1931. Here's a short biography:

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  1. Not that I want to fly to Germany for tea, but just imagine having tea there ... imagine a time before WW I ... I wonder if anyone is painting the cafes of now?

  2. I can just smell the pastries. Heaven

  3. Beautiful paintings! I enjoyed watching the video too, he captures light so beautifully in his paintings and sketches 😁. Thanks for sharing and wishing you a very Happy T Tuesday! J 😊 x

  4. You have featured a very interesting painter today, thanks. Happy T Day, Valerie

  5. Wonderful! Thank you for sharing! Happy T-Day!

  6. I would link you to T but I can't get MY blog to work. I wish you had linked because these are fabulous and quite educational. I thought I knew all the Impressionists, but I've not heard of Ury. I love his work, though.

    1. I didn't link because I wasn't going to be able to visit everybody this week. I'm not sure what happened to this week lol

  7. He illustrated the "cheap but flashy way of life".
    I like that description. I guess being found dead amoungst your works is the way for a lonely artist to go. :(

  8. It's great to see these lovely paintings. Sorry this took so long for me to comment on but it just showed up in my blog list. Hope it was a good day. Hugs-Erika