The surprises keep coming with this week’s featured artwork in our partnership with the Dusti Bongé Art Foundation: a poem to match.
Dusti Bongé surrealism drawings and paintings demonstrate her experimentation with various Modern art movements throughout a long career.
Loss papers are inexpensive sheets of bamboo or rice paper with a small square of silver or gold leaf placed on them.
A delightful Dusti Bongé Biloxi sketch takes center stage this week in See Great Art’s partnership with the Dusti Bongé Art Foundation.
A Dusti Bongé landscape takes the spotlight this week in See Great Art’s partnership with the Dusti Bongé Art Foundation.
When thinking about the Dusti Bongé painting shared with us by the Dusti Bongé Art Foundation this week, keep in mind its size.
Analysis of the Dusti Bongé minimalist watercolor comes from Ligia Römer, PhD, Executive Director at the Dusti Bongé Art Foundation.
As the partnership between See Great Art and the Dusti Bongé Art Foundation moves forward, we take a look at another Dusti Bongé watercolor.
This week we have a Dusti Bongé color sketch, Winsor Wirebound Sketch Book, page 1, 1980, pastel on paper, 8 ¾” x 6”.
From the mid-1940s and into the early 1950s, Dusti Bongé filled numerous sketchbooks with all kinds of figure studies.