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John Register (1939-1996) was an American painter who suddenly left his previous career in advertising and became a full time artist. His sunlit interiors miss any living human presence, but are populated with chairs and desks resting in stillness. Register's empty motel rooms and lobbies...

“In my pictures, I think you, the viewer, become the isolated one”

“In my pictures, I think you, the viewer, become the isolated one”.

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“In my pictures, I think you, the viewer, become the isolated one”

Cadillac Hotel, Though different in style than Edward Hopper, Register has in common with him the use of interiors as subject matter, and a sense of the alienation of modern man that has been nearly universal in Century art, whether abstract of realistic.

Untitled (Seated woman wearing polka-dot blouse) (1967) by Richard Diebenkorn

indigenousdialogues: “ Seated Woman Wearing Polka-Dot Blouse Richard Diebenkorn 1967 Lithograph 22 x in. (Image dimensions) Via Art Institute Chicago ”

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Raimonds Staprans (Latvian/American, b. The San Francisco Chair, Oil on canvas, 48 x 50 in.

JOHN REGISTER (1939-1996) After the Bomb, 1987 36 x 50in. (91.4 x 127cm)

After the Bomb By John Register

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John Register -Late Afternoon Light He married Catherine Richards, a photographer, in 1964 and moved to New York, where he studied design and television at the Pratt Institute, which had been founded by his great-grandfather.

John Register (1939-1996) was an American painter who suddenly left his previous career in advertising and became a full time artist. His sunlit interiors miss any living human presence, but are populated with chairs and desks resting in stillness. Register’s empty motel rooms and lobbies, bars and diners depict a melancholic California, desolate under its stark sun and shadows. (vía socks-studio.com)

“In my pictures, I think you, the viewer, become the isolated one”

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