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Faces of Impressionism

I took a day-trip this past weekend over to Fort Worth to catch the “Faces of Impressionism” exhibition at the Kimbell.

The artwork in this exhibition is a small sample of “impressionistic” art from the… 231 more words

Art History

Exhibition – “Silent Partners”

Exhibition – “Silent Partners”

Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

Visited 24.1.15


This was an art exhibition with a difference. Although it included paintings, photographs, drawings, sculptures and films, its theme was not any of those things, nor the artists, the subjects or the viewers’ engagement with them in the conventional sense. 848 more words


Washington DC: National Gallery of Art

Yesterday, I cut through The National Gallery of Art and found myself face-to-face with the beautiful Rodin, Degas and Bartholdi sculptures. What a treat! I couldn’t resist lingering in the gallery just to gaze at the following: 74 more words


Time passing

I chose an image which I thought could have been from the time during the war the Kristallnacht/ the broken glass I thought that the people getting out of the car could have been jews and someone was shot and thats where the sequence stops, this just gives me room in another project to carry on from this. 114 more words


You are better than a #museumselfie

As long as there has been art in museums, people have enjoyed taking pictures of art in museums:

Originally that meant painting more paintings of paintings. 352 more words


Ballerina in the Snow

During white days filled with ice and whirling snowflakes, what better compliment is there than a novel about 19th century ballet? Ethereality, love, betrayal, and gauze tutus all in one place: like a Degas painting with words. 27 more words