Tag Archives: Paul Frontiero
Tis’ the Season.
My Nephews Tommy and Jonathan setting up the Christmas Village and dancing to Godzilla songs on youtube.
Hard Merchandise at rest.
Lately it’s hard to avoid The Hard Merchandise around the harbor working and with multiple cameras pointed at the crew unloading Bluefin Tuna.
I caught the Hard Merchandise at rest where it’s been docked for years. Behind the Madfish Galleries on Rocky Neck.
My camera was the only one there.
USCG Eagle Arrives in Gloucester Harbor
With Marine Scanner Chatter
Got an email from GloucesterCaster Toby Pett. “Way too Easy….”
Toby must be on GMG 24/7 It only took 25 minutes.
How far did it skip in the creek Toby? :)
Your gonna have to turn your head to see it. Toby went to the Ed Collard School of Photography.
In real time
“Does This Video Make Me Look Fat?”
Pebble Beach Rockport, Ma
WATCH IT BEFORE IT GOES VIRAL!
What are Towns thinking? They own Nature now?
I’m sure and I hope this sign is made for Commercial Companys that would haul away the rocks and smash them into decorative stones for Driveways and road shoulders.
“I’ll give you my rocks when you pry them from my cold, dead hands“
-Paul F. Frontiero Jr.
“If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, then what are we to think of an empty desk?” — Albert Einstein
“Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing.”
I’m In a Funk, Help Me Pick My Next Painting Project
I’ve picked out a few photos I took that may be my next painting. If you like any you see here let me know. If you have a photo you may think might make a great Cape Ann themed Painting send it to me, maybe I’ll pick one out. I’ll also post them up on GMG with credit given to you. Remember, I love bright colors.
Send them to me at: Frontiero@Hotmail.com
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“Anthony Thieme (20 February 1888 – 6 December 1954) was a landscape and marine painter and a major figure of the Rockport (MA) School of American regional art. He was a contemporary of important Rockport artists Aldro Hibbard, Emil Gruppe, W. Lester Stevens, Antonio Cirino, and Marguerite Pierson.
Born in Rotterdam on 20 February 1888, Thieme studied at the Academie of Fine Arts in Rotterdam for two years and then, briefly, at the Royal Academy, the Hague. He traveled widely in Europe, frequently finding work as a stage designer.
Thieme traveled to the United States at the age of 22. He quickly found work as a stage designer at the Century Theater in New York, designing sets for the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova. When the commission ended, he traveled to South America, primarily Brazil and Argentina. Stage work again provided his livelihood. A return to Europe followed with further work in England, France, and Italy.
Returning to the United States with a contract for additional stage work, Thieme found himself in Boston. He discontinued work on the stage in 1928 and from then on made his living with the sales of his paintings and etchings. Thieme married Lillian Beckett in 1929 and moved to Rockport, MA. He established the Thieme School of Art. He exhibited his work frequently at the Grand Central Art Galleries in New York.
He continued to travel widely; Mexico, Guatemala, Florida, and France were major destinations, always painting en plein air.
Thieme committed suicide on 6 December 1954 in Greenwich, CT. The circumstances of his death are not fully understood. There have been stories of deep depression or major illness, but no definitive rationale for his suicide has emerged.
Anthony Thieme was a full member of the American Watercolor Society, Art Alliance of America, the Salmagundi Club, the Boston Art Club, North Shore Art Association, Rockport Art Association, New York Water Color Club, Art Alliance of Philadelphia and the National Arts Club.”
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