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73th Day of 100 Happy Days in a row

73th Day of “100 Happy Days in a row”.

Happy Birthday Sir Henry Moore!

“Per quanto la forma umana sia quella che più mi interessa, ho semore dedicato grande attenzione a forme naturali come ossa, conciglie, ciottoli, ecc.”

Henry Moore, 1973

100 Happy Days In A Row


‘More Moore’ research the work of Henry Moore and his reclining female figure in Gallery 11 in the Fitzwilliam Museum.

Clay workshop as part of the Arts Award celebration event at The Fitzwilliam Museum on Saturday 19 July. 98 more words


The AGO - Part 2

I mentioned previously that I “splurged” at the AGO and bought admission to the “Francis Bacon and Henry Moore: Terror and Beauty” exhibit.  I’d studied Francis Bacon in university (one of my classmates did a really good presentation on him), so paying the $5.50 extra to get admission didn’t seem like a lot. 251 more words


A Very Big Art Show

More than 38,000 Britons voted on artwork which will form a vast nationwide exhibition scattered throughout the UK starting today and running until August 31st. … 39 more words


23 juin 2013 14H Martigny

Au retour d’un Charles Joseph tout sourires – en pleine lune de miel, nous sommes restés ensemble un long moment autour de la Fondation à passer en revue les œuvres dont il m’a raconté les arrivées successives dans cet ancien verger devenu ainsi parc de sculptures. 140 more words

Charles Joseph

The Friday File - Sundials tell all! Well, perhaps just the time............ ;-)

- photo courtesy of http://homepage.ntlworld.com/jmikeshaw/

What is it about sundials that conjures up feelings of mystery and intrigue.  I can only speculate it has something to do with their ancient dawning so many moons ago (oh yes, puns intended). 302 more words


Newly discovered Van Gogh, Picasso, Dali, and a new version of 'the Scream'... Does this sound too good to be true?

Lawrence’s story is that he inherited 200 paintings by such masters as Rembrandt, Picasso, Degas, and Dali Picasso, Degas, Cézanne, Henry Moore and Dalí, from his grandfather… What do you think? 62 more words

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