Maril and his work on film and audio

Maril and his work
on film and audio


Studio Reflections
Join Herman Maril in his studio in the early 1980's talking about his artwork and looking back at his career. View the video by clicking here.


Frank Getlein Focuses on Herman Maril

Art critic Frank Getlein reviews Herman Maril in this video circa 1990. Maril developed a sparse, but lyrical style of American Modernism. Maril's work is included in more than 100 museums and public collections, including the Phillips Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum, The National Portrait Gallery and Whitney Museum. View the video by clicking here.


Nature has always been my source
Pushing the relationships of color

Christine McCarthy, Executive Director of the Provincetown Art Association Museum, was the featured speaker on Dec. 4th, 2011, at the formal book release of "HIS OWN PATH: The Spirit And Legacy of Herman Maril" at University of Maryland, University College.

Christine McCarthy, Executive Director
of the Provincetown Art Association Museum,
was the featured speaker on Dec. 4th, 2011,
at the formal book release of
"HIS OWN PATH:
The Spirit And Legacy of Herman Maril"
at University of Maryland, University College.

About The Movies
These short movie segments - culled from a longer, archival film - provide insights into Herman Maril’s views on painting, the artistic process, the realities of being an artist and how he communicated through his art.
Although a few of these film clips are at times a bit rough and grainy, the clarity of sentiment and passion of Herman Maril’s beliefs are well worth the effort.
New segments will periodically be rotated on this page. Please come back and view the new segments, which we hope will give you a greater appreciation of both Maril’s work and the artist.

Maril Audio
Walters Museum Director Gary Vikan and David Maril talk about Herman Maril’s American Modernist show at The Walters on Baltimore’s WYPR.

Restraint

This early 1960's documentary was produced by Elliot O'Hara and entitled "Restraint." It was filmed with Herman Maril at his Baltimore, Maryland home covering the subject of eliminating unnecessary details in painting. View the video here.



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