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Cat; Morning Aphorism, No. 1

Can only bear one god at a time
America, like Israel, and Juicy Fruit
Time unmade, like a bed, bares many. 6 more words


The death of Marat and the death of art

Jean-Paul Marat, the famous French revolutionary and member of the Club des Cordeliers, was assassinated by the Girondin sympathizer Charlotte Corday two hundred twenty-two years ago today. 1,872 more words


Month of Art (June 2015)

(Anne Louis Girodet de Roussy, ?)

After my post on Anne Bachelier, I started thinking about all the many artists and paintings I admire. This is probably not something you would expect from me, especially if you read my blog regularly. 502 more words

Thirty Days Of Art

Panorama de l'art.com

Nous verrons dans cet article en quoi la page du site Panorama de l’art concernant l’oeuvre le premier consul franchissant les alpes de Jacques Louis David est il pertinent pour des historiens de l’art, mais aussi si elle est facile d’accès, et la compréhension de son contenu par les amateurs. 962 more words

Les Peintures

Art Thoughts: Madame Récamier

Jacques Louis David is probably the most famous for The Tennis Court Oath, and various portraits of Napoleon. He was a neo-Classicist of the early nineteenth century. 221 more words


Pants busting your balls? The solution is as simple as ABC

Guys, what’s your greatest fear? Going bald? Having a colonoscopy? Being French kissed by Madonna?

How about getting your balls crushed by your pants?

If that last one is an issue, Lulelemon has your back (so to speak). 537 more words

And I Suppose You Think That's Funny?