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Seamen in The Whitney

“I think the picture portrays an enjoyable side of Navy life. I think it would make a good recruiting poster. I will raise my prices.” 732 more words

Things To See

IotD: JERRY by Paul Cadmus (for Jared French's birthday)

A few days late, but I wanted to acknowledge Jared French’s birth date on February 4 by posting a few thoughts on Jerry, Paul Cadmus’s 1931 portrait of French. 510 more words

Image Of The Day

December 17 in history

497 BC – The first Saturnalia festival was celebrated in ancient Rome.

546 – Siege of Rome: The Ostrogoths under king Totila plundered the city, by bribing the Byzantine garrison. 476 more words



If this painter’s perspective might be condemned as degrading to women then his frame reminds us that everyone is entitled to their viewpoint.

Or if we suspect that the painter was using women only as symbols of dangerous political groups busy amassing their war machines then the frame replies, “Don’t worry. 220 more words

Compound Art