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Guy Orlando Rose

American Impressionist

1867- 1925


The Blue Kimono: ca
1910

The Blue Kimono: ca 1910


The Following is Quoted From: The Art and History of Guy Rose (1867-1925) an American Impressionist Artist

It is interesting that California born Guy Orlando Rose eventually painted in France and was influenced by the great masters of French Impressionism. He was born March 3, 1867 in San Gabriel, California and was the seventh child of Leonard John Rose and Amanda Jones Rose. His passion for art drove him to be eventually recognized as one of California's top impressionist painters of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His talent and importance to Impressionism and to the California Impressionist Art Movement is recognized and respected internationally and throughout the United States.


Nude by Guy Rose

Nude by Guy Rose


Guy Orlando Rose was an American artist who holds a high place in the California School of Impressionism. He was born March 3, 1867 in San Gabriel, California and was the seventh child of Leonard John Rose and Amanda Jones Rose. He has become recognized as one of California's top impressionist painters of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Born the son of a prominent California senator, young Guy Rose was raised on a large Southern California ranch and vineyard -- the town of Rosemead bears the family name. In 1876 he was accidentally shot in the face during a hunting trip with his brothers. While recuperating he began to sketch and use watercolors and oil paints. He graduated from Los Angeles High School in 1884 and moved to San Francisco where he did his art training at the California School of Design.

In September 12, 1888, Rose enrolled at the Academie Julian in Paris and studied with Benjamin-Constant, Jules Lefebvre, Lucien Doucet and Jean-Paul Laurens while in Paris. In 1888-89, he won a scholarship at the Academie Delacluse. He met fellow students Frank Vincent and Frederick Melville at the Academie Julian -- Frank Vincent and Guy Rose were to remain lifelong friends. Rose lived New York, New York in the 1890s and illustrated for "Harper's," "Scribners," and "Century".


The Studio by Académie Julian student Marie Bashkirtseff - 1881

The Studio by Marie Bashkirtseff
(Académie Julian Student): 1881


Returning to France in 1899, he and his wife Ethel Rose bought a cottage at Giverny. In 1900 he resided in Paris and spent the winter in Briska, Algeria where he painted three known paintings. From 1904 to 1912 husband and wife lived in Giverny and his works from this period show the influence of "the master" Monet, who became his friend and mentor.


The Blue House: ca 1910

The Blue House: ca 1910
Giverny


Point Lobos Painting

Point Lobos Painting


In 1913-1914 the Roses summered in and held an outdoor sketching school at Narragansett, Rhode Island. Suffering on and off again from the effects of lead poisoning, Rose and his wife moved permanently to Los Angeles, California in 1914.

In Los Angeles, Guy Rose taught and served as Director of the Stickney Memorial School of Art in Pasadena. In 1921 he suffered a debilitating stroke that left him paralyzed. Guy Rose died in Pasadena, California on November 17, 1925. In 1926 the Stendahl Gallery held a memorial exhibition of his works.

Rose won the Gold Medal at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915 and the Gold Medal at the Panama-California Exposition in San Diego, 1915. His works can be found in the following public collections: Bowers Museum, Santa Ana; Cleveland Museum, Cleveland, Ohio; Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, California; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California; the Oakland Museum, California; Pasadena Art Institute, Pasadena, California.


Related Links of Interest:

The Development of an Art Community in the Los Angeles Area, essay by Ruth Westphal

Bowers Website

The Cleveland Museum of Art

Laguna Art Museum - Laguna Beach, CA

LACMA Home

Oakland Museum of California

Art Institute of Pasadena


The Following is Quoted From: Guy Rose - Wikipedia

Guy Rose (3 March 1867-17 November 1925) was an American Impressionist painter who is recognized as one of California's top impressionist painters of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Guy Orlando Rose was born March 3, 1867 in San Gabriel, California. He was the seventh child of Leonard John Rose and Amanda Jones Rose.


San Gabriel Mission: Date Unknown

San Gabriel Mission: Date Unknown


His father was a prominent California senator. He and his wife raised their large family on an expansive Southern California ranch and vineyard - the San Gabriel Valley town of Rosemead bears the family name. In 1876 young Guy Rose was accidentally shot in the face during a hunting trip with his brothers. While recuperating he began to sketch and use watercolors and oil paints. He graduated from Los Angeles High School in 1884 and moved to San Francisco where he did his art training at the California School of Design, where he studied with the Danish-born artist Emil Carlsen.

On September 12, 1888, Rose enrolled at the Académie Julian in Paris and studied with Benjamin-Constant, Jules Lefebvre, Lucien Doucet and Jean-Paul Laurens while in Paris. In 1888-89, he won a scholarship at the Academie Delacluse. He met fellow students Frank Vincent and Frederick Melville at the Académie Julian - Frank Vincent and Guy Rose were to remain lifelong friends.

Rose lived New York, New York in the 1890's and illustrated for Harper's, Scribners, and Century. Choosing to return to France in 1899, he and his wife Ethel Rose bought a cottage at Giverny. In 1900 he resided in Paris and spent the winter in Briska, Algeria where he painted three known paintings. From 1904 to 1912 husband and wife lived in Giverny and his works from this period show the influence of "the master" Claude Monet, who became his friend and mentor.

In 1913-1914 the Roses summered in and held an outdoor sketching school at Narragansett, Rhode Island. Suffering on and off again from the effects of lead poisoning, Rose and his wife moved permanently to Los Angeles, California in 1914.

In Los Angeles, Guy Rose taught and served as Director of the Stickney Memorial School of Art in Pasadena. In 1921 he suffered a debilitating stroke that left him paralyzed. Guy Rose died in Pasadena, California on November 17, 1925. In 1926 the Stendahl Gallery held a memorial exhibition of his works.


Sources:

The Athenaeum - Displaying artworks for Guy Orlando Rose

Guy Rose Online

Art by Guy Rose - Museum Syndicate


Various Works of Guy Orlando Rose


17 Mile Drive: ca 1918

17 Mile Drive: ca 1918


A Grey Day Carmel: Date Unknown

A Grey Day Carmel: Date Unknown


Arroyo Seco: Date Unknown

Arroyo Seco: Date Unknown


August Noon: Date Unknown

August Noon: Date Unknown


Blossoms and Wallflowers: Date Unknown

Blossoms and Wallflowers: Date Unknown


Bluff at Pourville: ca 1910

Bluff at Pourville: ca 1910


By the Fireside: ca 1910

By the Fireside: ca 1910


California Poppy Field: ca 1918-20

California Poppy Field: ca 1918-20


Carmel Beach: Date Unknown

Carmel Beach: Date Unknown


Carmel Coast: ca 1919

Carmel Coast: ca 1919


Carmel Dunes: Date Unknown

Carmel Dunes: Date Unknown


Carmel Dunes: Date Unknown

Carmel Dunes: Date Unknown
Another View


Carmel Seascape: Date Unknown

Carmel Seascape: Date Unknown


Carmel Shore: ca 1919

Carmel Shore: ca 1919


Chrysanthemums: 1887

Chrysanthemums: 1887


Coastline: Date Unknown

Coastline: Date Unknown


Country Landscape: Date Unknown

Country Landscape: Date Unknown


Early Morning Summertime: ca 1920

Early Morning Summertime: ca 1920


Fig Trees, Antibes: ca 1910

Fig Trees, Antibes: ca 1910


Five O:Clock: ca 1910

Five O:Clock: ca 1910


French Farm: Date Unknown

French Farm: Date Unknown


From the Dining Room Window: ca 1910

From the Dining Room Window: ca 1910


Gathering Storm, High Seas: Date Unknown

Gathering Storm, High Seas: Date Unknown


Girl in a Wickford Garden, New England: Date Unknown

Girl in a Wickford Garden, New England: Date Unknown


Giverny Hillside: 1890-91

Giverny Hillside: 1890-91


Grey Afternoon: Date Unknown

Grey Afternoon: Date Unknown


In Carmel Bay

In Carmel Bay


In the Oak Grove: ca 1919

In the Oak Grove: ca 1919


In the Sierra: Date Unknown

In the Sierra: Date Unknown


In the Studio: Date Unknown

In the Studio: Date Unknown


Incoming Tide: ca 1917

Incoming Tide: ca 1917


Indian Tobacco Trees, La Jolla: ca 1915-16

Indian Tobacco Trees, La Jolla: ca 1915-16


Jade Beads: Date Unknown

Jade Beads: Date Unknown


July Afternoon: 1897

July Afternoon: 1897


July Afternoon: Date Unknown

July Afternoon: Date Unknown


La Jolla Arbor: Date Unknown

La Jolla Arbor: Date Unknown


La Jolla Beach: Date Unknown

La Jolla Beach: Date Unknown


La Jolla Cove: Date Unknown

La Jolla Cove: Date Unknown


La Mere Pichaud: ca 1890

La Mere Pichaud: ca 1890


Laguna Coast: Date Unknown

Laguna Coast: Date Unknown


Laguna: Date Unknown

Laguna: Date Unknown


Laguna Eucalyptus: ca 1916-17

Laguna Eucalyptus: ca 1916-17


Laguna Rocks, Low Tide: ca 1915-16

Laguna Rocks, Low Tide: ca 1915-16


Laguna Shores: ca 1916

Laguna Shores: ca 1916


Laguna: Date Unknown

Laguna: Date Unknown


Late Afternoon Giverny: 1910

Late Afternoon Giverny: 1910


Lifting Fog, Carmel: Date Unknown

Lifting Fog, Carmel: Date Unknown


Lifting Fog, Laguna: Date Unknown

Lifting Fog, Laguna: Date Unknown


Low Tide Honfleur: Date Unknown

Low Tide Honfleur: Date Unknown


Marguerite: ca 1918

Marguerite:ca 1918


Marion:  Date Unknown

Marion: Date Unknown


Miss C:  Date Unknown

Miss C: Date Unknown


Mission Point: Date Unknown

Mission Point: Date Unknown


Misty Dunes, Carmel: Date Unknown

Misty Dunes, Carmel: Date Unknown


Monterey Cypress: Date Unknown

Monterey Cypress: Date Unknown


Monterey Forest: ca 1919

Monterey Forest: ca 1919


Morning Mist (aka Late Spring):  Date Unknown

Morning Mist
(aka Late Spring): Date Unknown


Morning Mist: Date Unknown

Morning Mist: Date Unknown


My Sister Maud:  Date Unknown

My Sister Maud: Date Unknown


November:  ca 1910

November: ca 1910


Notre Dame de Grace, Honfleur: Date Unknown

Notre Dame de Grace, Honfleur: Date Unknown


Oak Grove, Carmel: ca 1919

Oak Grove, Carmel: ca 1919


October Morning: Date Unknown

"October Morning: Date Unknown


Off Mission Point (aka Point Lobos): ca 1918-20

Off Mission Point (aka Point Lobos): ca 1918-20


On the River's Edge:  ca 1910

On the River's Edge: ca 1910


Out to Sea: Date Unknown

Out to Sea: Date Unknown


Palms: Date Unknown

Palms: Date Unknown


Path Along the Shore: Date Unknown

Path Along the Shore: Date Unknown


Plums, Waterglass and Peaches:1889

Plums, Waterglass and Peaches:1889


Point Lobos, Carmel: ca 1919

Point Lobos, Carmel: ca 1919


Point Lobos, Oak Tree: Date Unknown

Point Lobos, Oak Tree: Date Unknown


Point Lobos Trees: ca 1919

Point Lobos Trees: ca 1919


Poppy Field: 1910

Poppy Field: 1910


Portrait of an Algerian: ca 1900

Portrait of an Algerian: ca 1900


Provincial Olive Grove: Date Unknown

Provincial Olive Grove: Date Unknown


Rocks-Point Reamer: Date Unknown

Rocks-Point Reamer: Date Unknown


San Gabriel Road: Date Unknown

San Gabriel Road: Date Unknown


Spring: Date Unknown

Spring: Date Unknown


Spring Harvest (aka Still Life with Asparagus): 1887

Spring Harvest
(aka Still Life with Asparagus): 1887


Spring on the Riviera: Date Unknown

Spring on the Riviera: Date Unknown


Springtime in Normandy: Date Unknown

Springtime in Normandy: Date Unknown


Standing Nude: Date Unknown

Standing Nude: Date Unknown


Still Life-Jug with Fruit: 1888

Still Life-Jug with Fruit: 1888


Study for The Cathedral, Tours: Date Unknown

Study for The Cathedral, Tours: Date Unknown


Sunset Glow (aka Sunset in the High Sierras): Date Unknown

Sunset Glow
(aka Sunset in the High Sierras): Date Unknown


Tamarisk Trees in Early Sunlight: Date Unknown

Tamarisk Trees in Early Sunlight: Date Unknown


The Blue Pool near Mount Whitney: Date Unknown

The Blue Pool near Mount Whitney: Date Unknown


The Bridge at Vernon: Date Unknown

The Bridge at Vernon: Date Unknown


The Cabbage Patch: 1890-91

The Cabbage Patch: 1890-91


The Difficult Reply: ca 1910

The Difficult Reply: ca 1910


The Distant Town: ca 1900-10

The Distant Town: ca 1900-10


The End of the Day: 1891

The End of the Day: 1891


The Green Mirror: 1911

The Green Mirror: 1911


The Green Parasol

The Green Parasol


The Large Rock: ca 1910

The Large Rock: ca 1910


The Lavalier: Date Uknown

The Lavalier: Date Uknown


The Model: Date Unknown

The Model: Date Unknown


The Oak: Date Unknown

The Oak: Date Unknown


The Old Bridge, France: ca 1910

The Old Bridge, France: ca 1910


The Old Church at Cagnes: Date Unknown

The Old Church at Cagnes: Date Unknown


The Old Summer House

The Old Summer House


The Potato Gatherers: 1891

The Potato Gatherers: 1891


The Saine Valley, Giverny: Date UnKnown

The Saine Valley, Giverny: Date UnKnown


The Sea View of Cliffs: Date Unknown

The Sea View of Cliffs: Date Unknown


The Sycamores, Pasadena: ca 1918

The Sycamores, Pasadena: ca 1918


The Valley of the Seine: ca 1910

The Valley of the Seine: ca 1910


Twin Lakes, High Sierra: Date Unknown

Twin Lakes, High Sierra: Date Unknown


Untitled (aka River Epte, Giverny: ca 1910)

Untitled
(aka River Epte, Giverny: ca 1910)


View in the San Gabriel Mountains: Date Unknown

View in the San Gabriel Mountains: Date Unknown


View of Wood's Cove: Date Unknown

View of Wood's Cove: Date Unknown


Vista from Point Lobos: ca 1919

Vista from Point Lobos: ca 1919


Warm Afternoon: ca 1910

Warm Afternoon: ca 1910


Windswept Trees, Laguna: ca 1910

Windswept Trees, Laguna: ca 1910


Winter: Date Unknown

Winter: Date Unknown


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