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What the Moon Saw-Tenth Evening

What the Moon Saw-Tenth Evening

On the tenth evening the moon came to the artist and spoke of an old maid that the moon had watched for many years. 601 more words

Hans Christian Andersen!!

Judith, meet Bacchus

There is more here than meets the eye. More pursuit of freedom and ecstasy.

This is a Judith by Alexis Grimou, a French painter who taught himself to paint by copying works of Van Dyck and Rembrandt.  294 more words

Judith

Myra Stone just tried to kill me with a rock.

An old maid like my sisters and I but much older.   She was teaching us how to make bread by the fire.   313 more words

Writing

The Old Maid

Written 1/6/15 by ©Diana Jillian

I am the old maid
The one who never got paid
Not in money or attention ever

My heart hurts and is heavy… 51 more words

Poetry

The Old Maid

Written 1/6/15 by ©Diana Jillian

I am the old maid
The one who never got paid
Not in money or attention ever

My heart hurts and is heavy… 51 more words

Poems

Judith and the Inca Princess

Revisionist history is always so fun.  You can make yourself into a saint or a savior – but no one ever comes out a sinner.  In this painting of the late colonial period of Peru, an ancestor as been posthumously portrayed as  260 more words

Judith

Judith and the surname

This is the work of Gerrit Pietersz of the Dutch Golden Age – or is it?  Because what is art history without a little confusion. 370 more words

Judith