Little information is available on French artist Alphonse Osbert (1857-1934) including the location of the painting above. However, he was often inspired by the cycles of the sun and moon, creating romantic landscapes featuring mythological and religious figures.
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Still experiencing technical difficulties so here is an earlier blog for viewers. THE JOURNEY TO ART REVELATION & TRANSFORMATION But the journey to art requires a transformation that focuses on you. Not on externals, like your physical appearance, how much you earn, the state of your health, or even your chronological age, whether it […]
Expanded from a 2015 blog. GUSTAVE MOREAU THE HAUNTING OF AN EMPEROR I believe neither in what I touch or what I see. I only believe in what I do not see, and solely in what I feel. Gustave Moreau French Symbolist artist Gustave Moreau (1826-1898) may not have the name recognition […]
French Symbolist Charles Guilloux (1866-1946) offers viewers a pathway in an unknown woods.
THE ART OF SERENITY AUTUMN DAYS, HEALING THOUGHTS ……The calm repose of autumn days, Steals quietly o’er the troubled breast, Soothing life’s weary cares to rest.* A Song of October Swiss artist Arnold Bocklin (1827-1901) is best known for his often haunting works like Autumn Thoughts above, poetic in quality, yet also […]
LOST LOVES IN ART: MY HEART CRIES FOR THE PAST Belgian painter Fernand Khnopff (1858-1921) is recognized today as having influenced the works of his contemporary Gustav Klimtt, creator of the iconic The Kiss. Yet, how many of us know Khnoffi’s version, My Heart Cries for the Past,* done in 1889, some twenty years before? Where […]