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Women in Art not in WA

Bonjour! Greetings from Paris where a year long sojourn begins with my new husband Steve (we indulged in a very romantic wedding in Paris – doesn’t get much better!). 1,673 more words

Berthe Morisot Artwork

I also have a copy of one of Berthe Morisot’s artwork that I love, “Girl in a Boat with Geese”. Berthe Marie Pauline Morisot (born January 14, 1841 – died March 2, 1895) was a painter and a member of the circle of painters in Paris who became known as the Impressionists. 77 more words



By the wonderful Berthe Morisot, at the National Gallery. Morisot’s words that “real painters understand with a brush in their hand” feel most striking when examining her portraits – despite the lightness of tone and touch, there is a melancholy, a distance, in the eyes of many of her sitters.


The Balcony 1868/69 “Balkon” Ressam Edouard Manet

The Balcony 1868/69 “Balkon” Ressam Edouard Manet

Beyaz elbisesi ile güzel bir kadın balkonda oturuyor ayağının hemen kenarında bir kopek ve onun oynadığı bir top var. 345 more words


Internally focused

I said I was internally focused, and explained that. “How wonderful!” said Bella, which surprised me, as I had seen it as a handicap. Yet- 473 more words

Being Human

Berthe Morisot:”First Woman Impressionist”

Berthe Morisot broke with the boundries of convention: the first woman to exhibit with a group of six men in 1874 whose works both shocked and seduced the public; they would be come to be called “impressionists”. 57 more words


Musée Marmottan

The Musée Marmottan is one of our favourite galleries in Paris and it’s always one of the places we try to visit when we’re in the city. 601 more words