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View of Delft

On a recent day off we took advantage of the fine spring sunshine and made the brief 42 minute train journey to Delft. Despite its proximity, famous blue ceramics, and Vermeer connection I hadn’t visited the city before, and was hopeful to catch a glimpse of… 126 more words


Movie: Tim's Vermeer

Art movie: Tim’s Vermeer

Tim’s Vermeer, was probably one of the most fascinating movies that I have seen in years. This movie captivated me and left me in awe. 77 more words


Wire "Eardrum Buzz" 1988

It had been a while since I’d done much for Mute but in the second half of ’88 Daniel rolled out some big guns for me.  424 more words

Art from the National Galleries of Scotland

We found two notable pieces from the National Galleries of Scotland exhibit showing at San Francisco’s de Young Museum.

The above Lady Agnew of Locknaw… 194 more words


From Flickr: "The Geographer" by lluisribesmateu1969

1669. Oil on canvas. 51,6 x 45,4 cm. Städel Museum, Frankfurt. 1149.

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Blurbs From the Branch: Tim's Vermeer

If you have any interest in art, or you like excellent documentaries, then you need to see Tim’s Vermeer, a documentary produced by magicians Penn & Teller.  189 more words

Blurbs From The Branch

Getting Artsy: 4 Artists I'm Loving

I’ve talked before about the fact that I have a wide – sometimes overwhelming- range of interests. Well, my ever-growing list just got longer, because lately I’ve been obsessed with anything and everything… 488 more words