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Winter Lane

Rue de Voisins  Camille Pissarro – 1871

The weight of accumulated days

of winter 38 more words


French Riviera

French love their public spaces, large squares, promenades, wide streets, cities are designed for long walks and time outdoors. No matter how large or small cities are they all have stunning art decorating public spaces. 613 more words


From the exhibition Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change direction, opening at the Museum of Modern Art November 21 and running through March 19, 2017: Francis Picabia (French, 1879–1953). 51 more words

Victorian Time of Roses Women Picking Flowers Wall Decor Art Print Poster

Art Print Measures 16×20 inches and is created using high quality paper. The printing process produces a vivid and detailed reproduction. Brand new and comes ready to hang, frame, or mat.100% Satisfaction Guaranteed. 26 more words

Saint Paul de Vence

Saint Paul de Vence is one of the oldest Medieval towns in South of France. It is absolutely charming with narrow streets and breathtaking views. It spreads on top of the hill and surrounded by a wall. 191 more words


Degas' Art

Tu-tu-ed female figures

stand on one leg,

other raised to a bar, 129 more words


Recuperating & Recovering: Making sense of the senseless, fighting chaos with art

“Mon ame me dit qu’ici c’est trop hard-core.”
— Lola Lafon

“The opposite of death isn’t life; it’s CREATION.”                                                                                                 — Jonathan Larsen, “Vivre la vie Boheme,” from “RENT” 951 more words