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Inspiring Impressionism – Exhibition Review

BY BEN REISS

Many people will know the Impressionists.  Works by artists such as Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro and Paul Cézanne can be found in museums and galleries across the world.  1,000 more words

Ministerial Loch

This beautiful loch is a short walk out of Edinburgh city centre, lying beneath Arthur’s Seat and with several achievements to its name.

For starters, it is the only natural freshwater loch in Edinburgh. 112 more words

Black And White Challenges

Winter days in Edinburgh

There are still no trains north of Carlisle due to the Lamington Viaduct repairs and the replacement buses increase the journey times. I managed to slip away from work and catch an earlier train out of Lime Street Station than I had originally planned. 612 more words

Scotland

Gorgeous Galleries

Oh, how I love it when a museum has free entrance. Although the art in the national gallery of Scotland was pretty similar to a lot of art I’ve seen before, and it was kinda busy, the gorgeous red walls did make for a pretty location to take some pictures.

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Velasquez and I Cook Eggs

Inspiration comes in packages of all shapes, sizes and compositions.  Recently I was gobsmacked by Velasquez Old Woman Cooking Eggs. There was a dynamism in the figures and objects and how they related to each other both in colour and shape.  85 more words

Art

Christmas on Ice: Hamburg, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Paris.

Photos by Pete Grafton

Christmas on Ice:  Hamburg, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Paris.

Hamburg, Eisbahn Planten un Blomen, Neustadt.

Glasgow, George Square.

Edinburgh, Duddingston Loch

Paris, Hotel de Ville. 82 more words

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NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND BRINGS SOME OF THE GREATEST NAMES IN EUROPEAN ART TO SYDNEY

Sydney is in for another Summer of Arts with the opening of “The Greats: Masterpieces from the National Galleries of Scotland” at The Art Gallery of NSW on 24 October. 291 more words