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Pussycat and Roses ~ A Painting by Thomas Hart Benton

Pussycat and Roses (1939) by Thomas Hart Benton

American painter Thomas Hart Benton (1889-1975) painted Pussycat and Roses, a still life incorporating different textures in one painting: a kitten, flowers, a basket, a blanket, a rug, a letter, a table and part of a tree. 8 more words

Spring on the Missouri ~ A Painting by Thomas Hart Benton

Spring on the Missouri by Thomas Hart Benton

In 1937 Thomas Hart Benton visited areas of Southeast Missouri ravaged by flood. In the artist’s own words: “The roads of the flood country were full of movers. 58 more words

Intelligence V/s Memory

Anyone who conducts an argument by appealing to authority is not using his intelligence; he is just using his memory.
– Leonardo da Vinci

Artwork by Thomas Hart Benton

Quotes To Live With

Ten More Reasons I Love New York City

This is the third list I’ve made of Reasons I Love New York. The other two are here and here. It is said that New York is a great place to visit but you wouldn’t want to live there. 537 more words

Merchant's House

Day 29, Lent2016

Day 29—The lesson from Susanna* today may be the most egregious example of wicked chauvinism to be found in the OT/Apocryphal literature. Two elders catch Susanna in a private garden bathing. 471 more words

Episcopal

Indiana: Benton County

Benton County (pop. 8,854) is south of Newton County, along the border with Illinois. Indiana’s fourth-least-populous county, it reached its peak population of 13,123 in 1900. 186 more words

Indiana