George Clausen: Brown Eyes (1891)

“Clausen studied in France and painted open-air ‘rural naturalist’ subjects in an impressionist style. In 1886 he helped to found the New English Art Club as an alternative exhibition venue to the Royal Academy. This is a portrait of a local girl from the village of Cookham in Berkshire, where the artist was living. The…

2Cellos: Moon River

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Georgia O’Keeffe: Autumn Leaves, Lake George (1924)

O’Keeffe collected organic souvenirs, from stones and shells to feathers and bones, and at Lake George she delighted in gathering leaves that appealed to her for the striking diversity of their shape and coloring… Autumn Leaves, Lake George, presents a bed of overlapping oak leaves whose forms are isolated and details magnified, drawing attention to…

Joan Brull: Dues nenes

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Bocelli and Bartoli: Pianissimo

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Léon-Augustin Lhermitte: Haymaking (1887)

“This enormous painting by the French artist Léon Lhermitte shows a family of peasants resting during haymaking… The old man at the front holds a scythe, a traditional symbol of approaching death. This kind of symbolism and the emphasis on the romantic, idyllic side of peasant life made works of this type extremely popular in…

Sam Robson: Long Time Traveller

Lyrics: These fleeting charms of earth Farewell, your springs of joy are dry My soul now seeks another home A brighter world on high I’m a long time travelling here below I’m a long time travelling away from home I’m a long time travelling here below To lay this body down Farewell kind friends whose…

Lola and Hauser: Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven

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Paál László: Road Through the Forest of Fontainebleau (1876)

“László Paál (1846-1879)… One of the most famous Hungarian landscape painters of the 19th century. His first master was Pál Böhm. He began his art studies at the Vienna Academy in 1864, his master being Zimmermann. He went on a study trip to the Netherlands, where he studied the works of 17th century masters. At…

Nikolai Bogdanov-Belsky: Latgalian Girls (updated)

Latgalian Girls Listening Latgalian Girls belongs to a series of paintings depicting the children of the territory of eastern Latvia which provided great inspiration for the artist following his permanent move to Riga in 1921. These sun-suffused canvases which captured the local peasant children in their native countryside were exhibited to great acclaim at the…

Maurice Brazil Prendergast: Along the Seine (1894)

Click for Enlarged Image Slideshow best viewed At Sunnyside Along the Seine  by Maurice Prendergast (1892-1894),Height: 33.02 cm (13 in.), Width: 24.13 cm (9.5 in.),  Whitney Museum of American Art – New York, NY, Painting – oil on canvas, Public domain, Image source: The Athenaeum       Thanks for Visiting! 🙂 The End

Vincent van Gogh: Pietà (after Delacroix) 1889

Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, September 1889 In the Autumn of 1889, Vincent remains ill. Consoling himself by copying works from some of his favorite artists, Vincent works in a small studio in the asylum of Saint Paul of Mausole in Saint Remy de Provence as he recovers from a prolonged episode of mental illness. To Theo, his brother,…

André Brasilier: Sous-bois d’automne

Why Horses? Brasilier says…. “Horses are a superb creation. They’re charged with symbolism, strength, dynamism, beauty. They’re a source of inspiration.” “Horses are always found in a beautiful environment, at the heart of nature, they’re indistinguishable from nature. What I’m interested in is the quest for beauty.” “Whenever I see a horse I’m inspired. The…

Umberto Boccioni: Three Women (1909–10)

Who Is Umberto Boccioni? Umberto Boccioni was an influential Italian painter and sculptor who helped shape the revolutionary aesthetic of the Futurism movement despite his death at the age of thirty-three during WW1. The three women in this portrait are Boccioni’s mother, sister, and long time lover. Read More Umberto Boccioni at wikiwand See More…

Alleluia: Restless Heart

by Renee Yann, RSM, at Lavish Mercy Prose: from Augustine’s autobiography about his mother Monica: And now you stretched forth your hand from aboveand drew up my soul out of that profound darknessbecause my mother, your faithful one,wept to you on my behalf more than mothersare accustomed to weepfor the bodily deaths of their children….

Hauser: La Califfa

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Umberto Boccioni: The Street Pavers (1914)

Boccioni was a member of the Futurists, a group of Italian artists who announced their existence in 1909 with a manifesto published on the front page of the French paper, Le Figaro. The group called for the abandonment of the past in favor of modern life and aimed to represent the metropolis in “multicolored and…

Week 29: Tulip, by Sunnyside

This is another beginner tutorial at Anna Mason’s membership site. I will definitely try this one again after lots of practice on how to do those fine directional marks. She makes it look easy…but, of course, it is not! Thanks for Visiting 🙂 ~Sunnyside

Gautier Capuçon: Gabriel’s Oboe

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József Rippl-Rónai: Intérieur d’un salon parisien (après-midi) (1910)

József Rippl-Rónai (23 May 1861 – 25 November 1927) was a Hungarian painter who first introduced modern artistic movements in the Hungarian art. Click for Enlarged Detail Slideshow best viewed At Sunnyside Read More József Rippl-Rónai at wikiwand See More József Rippl-Rónai at wikimedia József Rippl-Rónai at Fine Arts in Hungary, Paintings before 1893 Paintings…