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NEW TREES by van Gogh

The National Gallery of Scotland in Edinburgh is immensely blessed to be the caretaker of an 1889 van Gogh painting of Olive Trees. Meditating on it furthers my thoughts about faking & originality. 394 more words


Art and Wandering: Edinburgh Day 3

Sunday morning, we went to the National Gallery of Scotland. We started with the Scottish art. Beryl commented that the Scottish impressionists did not look very Scottish, more like France or Italy with some Scottish elements thrown in. 140 more words



On the morning of her thirteenth birthday Mona Sue Perrin completed the necessities: left foot out of the bed first, touch the foot; then the right; touch the floor; twenty-four steps clockwise around the bed three times; teeth brushed left to right, left to right for eleven passes; replace the cap; set the tube exactly upon the outside right corner of the old glass shelf; three revolutions counter-clockwise round the bed, etc. 504 more words