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Richard Edward Miller, Scarlet Necklace, 1914, oil on canvas, Private Collection

Arts Everyday Living: At the Dressing Table Mirror—Through an Impressionist’s Eyes

  AT THE DRESSING TABLE MIRROR THROUGH AN IMPRESSIONIST’S EYES     Jewelry is not unchanging.  Life transforms it and makes it bend to its requirements. Attributed to Coco Chanel Richard Edward Miller (1875-1943) was an American Impressionist, who created both in the United States and in France, including residing in Giverny, home of Claude […]

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Arts Everyday Living: Summer in March--Crimson Roses, Impressionist Sunlight

Arts Everyday Living: Summer in March–Crimson Roses, Impressionist Sunlight

Click on the work of art to ENLARGE or ENHANCE it.           SUMMER IN MARCH CRIMSON ROSES, IMPRESSIONIST SUNLIGHT   You love the roses—so do I.  I wish The sky would rain down roses…. George Eliot, Roses American Impressionist Philip Leslie Hale (1865-1931) created the haunting Crimson Rambler at his home near Boston, where he lived […]

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Madame Henriot

Arts Everyday Living: Renoir’s Love Affair with Women—A Favorite Actress

Click on the works of art to enlarge or enhance them.         RENOIR’S LOVE AFFAIR WITH WOMEN MADAME HENRIOT, A FAVORITE MODEL   I’ve loved women even before I learned to walk.* Pierre-Auguste Renoir   Universally celebrated Impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) had a love affair with women, both on and off the canvas, throughout his […]

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