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John Wilde




 

John Wilde

(1919-2006)

John Wilde was one of the most influential Wisconsin artists of the last half-century, a leading practitioner of a style of American surrealism that veered from the traditions of Salvador Dali. After being diagnosed with cancer last summer, Wilde died Friday afternoon at his home in the Rock County community of Evansville. He was 86.




 


The Wilde House
1952



 


The Revolver



 


The Story of Jane and Joan



 


The Story of Jane and Joan



 


Karl Priebe, Gertrude Abercrombie, Dudley Huppler, Marshall Glasier, Sylvia Fein, a Friend, Arnold Dadian and Myself
1966



 


The Woman was a Stranger. . .



 


Studio Still Life, Red



 


Studio Still Life, Yellow



 


February 2 Thru 23
1985


 


Untitled




 


My Art Targets



 


The Cotton House



 


Wisconsin Wildeworld



 


Myself Working from the Nude in Silver
1948


 


Yellow-Billed Cuckoo
1956




 


CAT, A DAGGER AND AN OPEN DOOR



 


CAT, A DAGGER AND AN OPEN DOOR



 

STUDY FOR EVENTIDE AT DUCHESS'S #10



 


CURCURBITACEAE



 


A GREEN PEPPER



 


THE BLINDING OF SAMPSON WITHIN VIEW OF HIS CASTLE




 


SKULLS OF SMALL MAMMALS
1973



 


A Kiss
1996 



 


Portrait of Joan
1996 



 


Three Trees
1998   



 


Red-breasted Nuthatch
1982



 


Silverpoint



 


BALANCING #2

 

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