Reposted blog about Canadian artist Tom Thomson The best I can do does not do the place much justice in the way of beauty.* Tom Thomson In his quote above, Tom Thomson, now considered one of the founding fathers of Canadian art, was probably referring to the natural wonders of Algonquin Park […]
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American Impressionist William Merritt Chase (1849-1916) lived in New York City, often portraying urban parks like Central Park in Manhattan and Prospect Park in Brooklyn.
PLEASE click on the works of art to ENLARGE or ENHANCE them. A STAR IS BORN A SUNDAY AFTERNOON ON THE ISLAND OF LA GRANDE JATTE AND ITS CAST OF CHARACTERS, PART III In part III* of A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, i’ll be focusing on the promeneuse—the tall, statuesque lady, standing […]
Click on the work of art of to enlarge or enhance it. MEET THE CAST OF CHARACTERS TOMORROW INSIDE A SUNDAY AFTERNOON ON THE ISLAND OF GRANDE JATTE WITH GEORGES SEURAT The above image is used solely for educational purposes.
Click on the works of art to enlarge or enhance them. How about a day in the park with Monet, escaping with him into the Parc Monceau. For it’s so easy to become lost in this Impressionist setting, where people are merely specks of paint on the artist’s canvas. To forget, if only momentarily, that […]