Robert Kogge gallery

31 Aug 2010

In this special Artist Daily gallery, we present online reproductions of the work of Robert Kogge, who was featured in the September 2010 issue of American Artist. In the introduction to his article "The Still Lifes of Robert Kogge: More Than Meets the Eye," we learn that because the artist works with muted colors in a very close value range, and uses the heavy weave of the canvas as a dominant part of his subject matter, print reproductions of his artwork do not always capture the clarity of his drawn lines and the subtle contrasts of his delicate washes. In these high-resolution online reproductions, we hope to give you a clearer look at this artist's still life work, created with a unique colored-pencil-and-ink-wash technique.

Still Life For Gerard
2009, colored pencil and ink wash on canvas, 12 x 14. Collection the artist.
All images, methods, and process © Robert Kogge.


Still Life For Jeff
2007, colored pencil and ink wash on canvas, 14 x 20. Collection Marge and Matthew Henry.

Still Life With Blue Moon
2007, colored pencil and ink wash on canvas, 17 x 16. Collection Juliana Gondik.

Still Life With a Candle
2006, colored pencil and ink wash on canvas, 11 x 17. Collection Martin Roche.

Still Life With Flour
2001, colored pencil and ink wash on canvas, 14 x 20. Private collection.

Still Life With Half Moon
2008, colored pencil and ink wash on canvas. Collection the artist.

Still Life With a Pitcher
2006, colored pencil and ink wash on canvas, 16 x 22. Private collection.

Still Life With Spaldeen
2005, colored pencil and ink wash on canvas, 12 x 20.
OK Harris Works of Art, New York, New York.

Still Life With Two Quartered Cauliflower
2005, colored pencil and ink wash on canvas, 14 x 20. Private collection.

 


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Comments

on 8 Dec 2010 9:25 AM

Thanx, but where are the high resolution reproductions?

sandrodacomo wrote
on 10 Jan 2011 8:07 AM

Really beautiful. I am sure these must be seen in real to appreciate his technique even more.

Alessandro

(www-non-solo-arte.com)

ESoberon wrote
on 14 Nov 2011 7:17 PM

I found your page through a Parsons alumni link.

I  want to congratulate you on your work its really

outstanding in evry respect, composition, texture and color.

I am still life painter as well, I graduated Parsons in 1987.

http://www.esoberon.com I presently live in Mexico.

Best regards,

Edgar Soberon