Leisure

By Dufy, R. - Tennis

By Dufy, R. – Tennis

By Hopper - The delay

By Hopper – The delay

By Munch - The bath

By Munch – The bath

By Feininger - Bikers

By Feininger – Bikers

By Burne-Jones, E. - Two friends on a balcony

By Burne-Jones, E. – Two friends on a balcony

By Flaxman, John - The nap

By Flaxman, John – The nap

By Rowlandson, T. - A skipping academy

By Rowlandson, T. – A skipping academy

By Cocteau, Jean - The digestion

By Cocteau, Jean – The digestion

By Baluschek, Hans - Cheek to cheek

By Baluschek, Hans – Cheek to cheek

By Calder, Alexander - The gambler

By Calder, Alexander – The gambler

By Degas - A coffee after the bath

By Degas – A coffee after the bath

By Scoppetta, Pietro- After a meal

By Scoppetta, Pietro- After a meal

 

By Hockney - The shower

By Hockney – The shower

By Daumier - A show by wanderers

By Daumier – A show by wanderers

By Canals, Ricard - The wait of the customer

By Canals, Ricard – The wait of the customer

By myself - A man looking to the sea

By myself – A man looking to the sea

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18 responses to “Leisure

  1. Rita

    This morning I love ‘The bath’ by Munch. Thank you for sharing friend.

  2. Traci-Ann

    Loving ‘The Bikers’ and ‘The Digestion’. 🙂

    • Traci Oh, excuse my delay, I am very happy for your preferences, because it means you have an open mind, both for works that escape toward abstraction, like is the one by Feininger, as well as releasing all the imagination, like is another by the also writer: Jean Cocteau. Thank you for leaving your opinion, I wish you a beautiful Sunday of autumn. xo ❤

  3. Excellent thought provoking choices. You always make me observe and watch closer and learn a lot. I love the friends on the balcony…xo Johanna

  4. Hello my friend! They are all nice, by I really loved The Delay by Hopper

    • Dear Dana, this work is like a raw diamond, the material used is the charcoal. It does not allow much hesitation, is dirty but also is mighty. This artist had an excellent vision for volumes, lights and shadows, but in other works also had a exquisite sensitivity with colour shades. His voyeurism towards people, buildings and landscape had an enormous influence on the history of cinema. Amazing!. Oh darling, thanks so much for your opinion and comment. Have a nice tuesday. xoxo

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