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I am no connoisseur of art.

My own attempt at drawing looks like the work of an elementary child. An early elementary child. Except no one hangs my pictures up to display. 331 more words

Tripping the Life Fantastic

We never cease to feel that we have been given a gift by my mother now two years dead. Even today as I silently fret about the too hot hot weather when my friends and family are shivering at -17 and worse in Toronto. 1,100 more words

Monet who? Impressionism? Wot?

I didn’t quite grow up under a rock (I grew up on a rock, well…a small island in the back of beyond..close enough) but I knew who Monet was.   345 more words

Exhibition on Screen: The Impressionists

The Impressionists Mon 1 Jun 2015 6.30
How do you capture light, movement and what it means to be alive in a single work of art? 153 more words

Exhibition on Screen: The Impressionists - competition

Exhibition On Screen presents a fascinating new film about the man who changed the art world forever: Paul Durand-Ruel. He was the art dealer who first built an audience for the work of the Impressionists, creating the modern art market in the process. 171 more words