Reposted blog. INSIDE A FRENCH HOME FLOWERS, FLOWERS, EVERYWHERE! God loved the flowers and invented soil. Man loved the flowers and invented vases. Jacques Deval French artist Edouard Vuillard (1868-1940) is often defined as a practitioner of intimism, an art movement rooted in the home interiors and middle-class daily living of late […]
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You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep spring from coming. Pablo Neruda French artist Henri Fantin-Latour (1836-1904) was one of the great flower painters. Pablo Neruda (1904-1973), recognized as Chile’s national poet, also participated as both politician and diplomat in his country.
An excerpt from Through an Artist’s Eyes: Learning to Live Creatively, chapter on Creative Routines. The hours can loom ahead if you find yourself confined….Boredom, restlessness, even despair can result, negatively affecting your overall perspective and self-esteem. Yet, even the most mundane task can be a source of artistry. Or, as the painter Georgia O’Keeffe once observed, you […]
French master Edouard Manet (1832-1883) created some of the most exquisite flowers in the history of art during the last year of his lfe.
Although French master Edouard Manet (1832-1883) was mainly an interpreter of the urban environment of Paris, he also recreated the vibrant color and luminous light of the countryside.
I could find very little information on French artist Albert Aublet (1851-1938).
Here is a late work by Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) inspired by a work of the same name by Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863) below.
For the Art Circle class meeting tomorrow. BEFORE THE SELFIE SELF PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN ARTIST At 7 or 8, I remember, I made a picture by lamplight of a man with a beard which I have kept until this very day. When my father saw it he went into transports of joy, exclaiming, […]
For the ART CIRCLE group and our upcoming discussion of Creative Routines….. DINING IN PARADISE WITH PIERRE BONNARD CREATIVE ROUTINES AT HOME Bonnard’s room seems a paradise in which to dream rather than to dine. Colors for all the senses vibrate and surprise as they multiply: lavender, tangerine, fuchsia, chartreuse, maroon, turquoise, ad infinitum. […]
Swiss/French artist Felix Vallotton (1865-1925) created a body of landscape art depicting the many moods of nature, taking the viewer into the atmospheric conditions of a foggy day.