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The World is More

Ah! What a delight

to open one’s eyes and discover

the world is more

than black and white.

painting by CD-W after Jean Siméon Chardin’s self portrait

daily photo prompt: Black

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Soutine's Portraits at the Courtauld Gallery review ****

Soutine’s Portraits: Cooks, Waiters and Bellboys

Courtauld Gallery, 31st October 2017

I am afraid that the joys of Soutine’s paintings have passed me by in the past. 746 more words


on a still life

My mother is the first work I observed: on weekends she could remain still, ideal subject, embodiment of inertia, until two o’clock in the afternoon. In her hazy bedroom, the light diffused through the window blinds like watercolors, blurring edges and corners. 689 more words


Still Life & Materialities (3)

Another session with Jon Clarkson introducing us to the still lifes of Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin and the role of intimacy.

Chardin kept his painting technique as a closely guarded secret but nowadays it is thought that he used his own fingers as applicators which creates a direct correlation with how we interact with clay. 289 more words


Lire les livres La carriere scientifique de pierre teilhard de chardin en ligne

Vous cherchez place pour lire l’article complet E-Books La carriere scientifique de pierre teilhard de chardin sans téléchargement? Ici vous pouvez lire La Liste de Schindler.
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A Woman's Work 2: Portrait of a Laundress

In the first article, I looked at paintings of laundering and laundresses/washerwomen in the landscape, showing that this everyday activity has been included in paintings for a long period, and that the late nineteenth century was no exception. 1,085 more words


Truth & Love

Today it is the feast day of St Edith Stein, a lady who possess the extremely rare titles. She is an extremely acknowledged philosopher, student of Husserl and so on. 338 more words