Arts Everyday Living: California Dreaming–A Winter Escape Through an Impressionist Eyes

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CALIFORNIA DREAMING

PARADISE IN WINTER

 

It is Spring Again.  The earth is like a child that recites poems…*

Rainer Maria Rilke

Redmond

Granville Redmond, Malibu Coast, Spring, c. 1929, oil on canvas, Private Collection.

Would you like to escape to California?  And revel in the multi-colored fields of Malibu Coast, Spring? Although Its artist American Impressionist Granville Redmond (1871-1935) studied in Paris, he ultimately returned to his native state where he created a number of landscapes, particularly of the stunning terrain of southern California. In addition Redmond, who was deaf, helped Charlie Chaplin develop his pantomime technique for silent movies.

Bohemian-Austrian Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) is recognized as one of the major poets of the early twentieth century.  Besides producing epic works such as Dunio Elegies, he also wrote about the sculptures of Auguste Rodin and paintings of Pablo Picasso.

*From Sonnets to Orpheus.

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Whatever the season, see the world anew using Through an Artist’s Eyes: Learning to Live Creatively as your guide.

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