Music playing

I can’t bear the load of a one of the most blue day I never knew. Sadness turned off the voice.

Please play, if you stop your instrument, then my soul will lose through the mute universe also empty of colours.
Thanks forever!

By Dufy, Raoul - Room music instruments

By Dufy, Raoul – Room music instruments

By Miró, Joan - Trumpeter

By Miró, Joan – Trumpeter

By Picasso - The concert

By Picasso – The concert

By Dalí - The cellist

By Dalí – The cellist

By Morris, William - Woman playing a single-reed instrument

By Morris, William – Woman playing a single-reed instrument

By Degas - Portrait of a bassist

By Degas – Portrait of a bassist

By Nolde - Grotesque singer

By Nolde – Grotesque singer

By Corinth, Lovis - The player of tambourine

By Corinth, Lovis – The player of tambourine

By Watteau - A young man playing the spanish vihuela

By Watteau – A young man playing the spanish vihuela

By Munch -The pianist and the violinist

By Munch -The pianist and the violinist

By Braque, Georges - A musician dressed for party

By Braque, Georges – A musician dressed for party

By Goya - Cantar y bailar. Sing and dance

By Goya – Cantar y bailar. Sing and dance

By Mendes Belisario, Isaac - Jamaican musicians on the street

By Mendes Belisario, Isaac – Jamaican musicians on the street

By Brangwyn, Frank - The shepherd flutist

By Brangwyn, Frank – The shepherd flutist

By Warhol - Sketch of a saxophonist for a record's cover of Johnny Griffin

By Warhol – Sketch of a saxophonist for a record’s cover of Johnny Griffin

By Kandinsky, Wassily - Sketch of a pianist in a concert

By Kandinsky, Wassily – Sketch of a pianist in a concert

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  1. Greta choices! Picasso my favorite 🙂

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  2. Great 🌸 sorry misspelled..this tablet uff

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  3. Hello my friend! You’ve outdid yourself. These sketchs are fantastic! The first one by Raoul and the fourth by Dali they are my faves… 🙂 🙂

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  4. I was talking about the sketchs…..he he he 🙂 🙂

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  5. some kind of sketchs and words…. Fine art….:) 🙂

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  6. Buona Domenica con UN SORRISO 🙂

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  7. I think Dalí is my favorite, probably bc i played cello for a long time 😁

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    • Hello Camille, what a good surprise, I’m a fan of music and I pertain to a chorus in the tenor’s string. Oh I have affinity with this way to draw, quickly and with energy. Here I give you a link about one I made about a man while he was repairing a fishnet:

      Thanks so much for your confidence and your wise comment. xo

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      • Your draw is really good. I like this way to draw too. I like the mess as if the artist was lost and in same time there is something which is very precise. I’m sorry, my english is pretty bad so i can’t tell you how I really feel about the draw. But i know one think, you’re talented.

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      • Oh, maybe you’re not an expert, but you know to capture the essence of works and also what really like. Don’t worry I have not a good level of english but for this kind of talk is so enough. Thanks so much for your answer and also for your praises. See you soon, dear.

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  8. Como siempre una selección perfecta aunque mi favorito es el de Dufy, sobre todo por la mezcla de colores que utiliza, muy armonioso, nunca mejor dicho 🙂

    Espero que empieces la semana con buen pie.

    ¡Besos!

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    • Oh cielo, qué ilusión que aparezcas por aquí. Y contigo no tengo que traducir el mensaje. Sí, realmente tu comentario denota que eres experta aunque no lo digas. El conjunto de matices de colores es armonioso como la misma música que podemos imaginar. La zona de amplia mancha lila en la pared, tras la estatuilla y la lámpara, a más que la miro más me fascina. Lo que aquí capta la mente del artista facilita su realización fresca, rápida y espontánea. Un millón de gracias por tu colaboración, visita y comentario y un beso muy sincero. ❤

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      • Experta? Para nada, ya me gustaría jaja, pero me gusta observar 🙂
        No hay nada que agradecer, es un placer pasarse por aqui.

        ¡Cuídate y un beso!

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      • En las facultades de Bellas Artes, ante la eterna cuestión que ocupa casi los dos primeros cursos de teoría, se ha convenido en sentar que el Arte lo compone todo el sistema con sus agentes. Y uno de ellos es precisamente el espectador: si éste lo ve como tal, el proceso se ha cumplido satisfactoriamente, así que… Sara, tu curiosidad por observar te va a comprometer (es broma, cariño). Gracias por ‘stopping by’ como dicen en inglés y también por tu comentario. Hasta pronto.

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  9. Eccelente ricerca di musica e pittura
    Grazie davvero
    Baci da Mistral

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  10. Errata Corrige: eccellente 🙂

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  11. mothermi6

    Hi. Your blog contains a whole beautiful library of sketches to gaze upon. I particularly liked the Dufy, Dali, and Degas ‘music room’ sketches. I also agree with the Walter Sickert quote, which seems to be saying that – without skill in drawing – there is no real painting! Thanks also for following my blog.
    Evangeline

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    • Hi Evangeline, I’m so glad you liked it. So true, as you say, the goal of this site is to be a library or a magazine. There are few words because it is better to concentrate the gaze. I’m glad you read and understand so well the quote of Sickert. Painting could be something similar as someone dressed, but drawing would be a nude. Thanks so much for stopping by and for your wise comment. 🙂

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